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The FIM has officially announced that the 2024 FIM International Six Days’ Enduro (ISDE) is scheduled to be held from October 14 to October 19 in Silleda, Galicia, Spain.
This marks the first time the ISDE will take place in this region of north-west Spain and the fifth time the nation has hosted the event, with the most recent edition held in 2016 in Navarre.
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The confirmation of the 98th edition of the ISDE in Silleda was made during the San Juan paddock event in Argentina by the RFME and the FIM.
Initially, a provisional date of September 23-28 was proposed, closely following the final round of the EnduroGP World Championship in France, but the FIM released a statement retracting the date, indicating that it is not confirmed and will be disclosed as soon as possible.
Although this will be the first ISDE in Galicia, the terrain around Silleda is familiar to riders in the enduro world championship.
Recent EnduroGPs held near the 2024 headquarters increase the likelihood that European-based competitors, particularly those vying for Trophy teams, are already acquainted with the grass and forest terrain characterized by roots and loose dirt.
Participants should be prepared for mixed weather conditions in Galicia, as the region is known for its unpredictable weather. FIM Enduro Director John Collins expressed his delight at the event’s return to Spain, acknowledging the nation’s long association with the sport and thanking the RFME and everyone involved for their cooperation.
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