How much does Trail and Enduro Bike Insurance cost?
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Trail and enduro bikes are made specifically for enduro sport, which basically refers to an event where a rider follows a pre-determined course which as been marked with arrows and other symbols. The course is made up of a number of loops or trail sections, which are usually around 30km in length and consist of tough terrain or conditions including wide open fire trails, narrow tracks through tight bush or even mud and creek crossings.
As this style of riding often requires the rider to be on their bike for four hours or more at a time, it suits those with a love of riding rather than wanting to just use motorcycling it as a way to get from A to B.
The International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) is one of the oldest off-road motorcycle events on the calendar and it started in 1913 at Carlisle, England.
Currently, there are a number of enduro competition classes including:
There are also veteran events for riders over 35 years of age and masters events for riders of 45 years of age.
Heavy demands are placed upon motorbikes in enduro events, and speed is only one of many factors that determine the success of the rider in competition. It is often said that bike preparation, mental and physical preparation as well as thorough planning are all equally important.
A bike in the enduro category will be able to travel long distances and feature medium-hard suspension of the motocross bike, along with other elements such as a headlight and quiet muffler to make the bike street-legal as well. In terms of the engine, an enduro bike is usually a single cylinder 2-stroke between 125cc and 360cc, or 4-stroke between 250cc and 650cc.
The differences between an enduro bike and other bikes including moto/supercross bikes are:
Enduro motorcycles most closely resemble motocross bikes and require careful maintenance to maintain peak operating capability. Trail bikes are fun to ride and extremely rewarding when riders are able to overcome challenges thrown at them during the enduro course.
A number of manufacturers produce a line of trail and enduro bike. Here are a list of popular makes and models:
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