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Nov 05

SuperEnduro Grand Prix at Echo Arena, Liverpool 17 Nov

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Coming to the Echo Arena on Sunday 17 November 2013, motorcycles and cycles will both race on a unique, extremely challenging, special indoor track as SuperEnduro races into Liverpool for the very first time.

The FIM SuperEnduro World Championship is for motorcycles, whilst SuperEnduro Racing is for cycles. Hosting both these sports at the same event provides the unique: SuperEnduro Grand Prix Race Day.

SuperEnduro track design, combines constantly changing surfaces, speed segments, jumps, rock sections, biodegradable material obstacles, water splashes and other challenges, making this a difficult, technical track for all the racers, but a jaw dropping visual feast for spectators!

The 2014 series sees the Echo Arena in Pole Position when it starts on 17 November 2013, but then it travels around the World during the winter to Finland, Poland, Mexico, Brazil and Spain before finishing in France on 22 February 2014.

The FIM SuperEnduro World Championship was originally entitled ‘Indoor Enduro’ and made its debut in 2000, at Barcelona in Spain. It uses elements of existing outdoor motorcycle sports including Enduro, Trials, Motocross & Supercross, but then condenses the results into an indoor, televised, adrenalin filled, spectator-friendly event.

The FIM SuperEnduro World Championship and SuperEnduro Racing both demand extreme levels of bravery, skill, determination and athleticism from riders who must compete in several races, in order to determine the overall winner in each class at the end of the event. Bonus appearances by special guest stars, will add even more atmosphere to the ‘edge of the seat’ adrenaline experienced during the racing itself.

Commenting on the arrival of SuperEnduro in Liverpool, A senior member of the organising team Bob Page said: “We’re excited to bring a totally unique event to the UK and especially here to the Echo Arena. It’s taken enormous effort to bring two different sports together, but to then include female classes within the racing, an official World Championship event and a Worldwide debut…that’s particularly rewarding!

Under 14’s must be accompanied by an adult over 18.

For info and tickets visit http://www.echoarena.com/whats_on/grand_prix.asp