It was a weekend of victories in enduro for Sherco, the Trèfle Lozérien, in Belgium, in the UK and in the USA.
It was an exceptional weekend for Sherco, Christophe Nambotin won the 35th edition of the Trèfle Lozérien riding his 300 SE.
Christophe Nambotin started cautiously on Friday, he finished 6 seconds behind the leader, he increased his pace on Saturday with the onset of rain, he was fast and steady, and he finished the second day of the race with a lead of 10 seconds. Sunday, with the rain still falling, he finished the job, he had to fight with Jérémy Tarroux, one of our Sherco Academy riders, the two riders were flying over the course. Christophe Nambotin ended up winning in the final special to secure his second victory in this French classic! Twice as many Sherco riders competed in this 2021 edition of the Lozerienne classic. By the way we want to extend big congratulations to the Lozérien motorcycle club for having maintained the event after having to reschedule the date.
In addition, Antoine Magain was at the opening of the Belgian enduro championship, Antoine returned to the Belgian specials with pleasure and won by a wide margin.
For his part Jack Edmondson raced round 4 and 5 of the Sprint Enduro championship, in the United Kingdom, he was the winner on two days on his 300 SEF, he is now the leader in the championship standings.
Finally, Cody Webb and Louise Forsley, Sherco USA riders won their individual races in the Tough Like RORR, Xtreme which is a renowned race in the United States.
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