Brother Leader Tread KTM take on KZN National Enduro
The wait is over…
This weekend Brother Leader Tread KTM will take on the first National Enduro event under Covid-19 regulations in KwaZulu-Natal.
Leading the charge in the prestigious E2 Class is Scott Bouverie. The rider had a tough start to the season after a crash in the opening round in Lesotho. While he managed to finish the race, Bouverie is still playing catch up as he chases down the seemingly elusive national title. After his performance at the 2019 edition of the Roof of Africa where he finished second overall, Bouverie will be looking to cement his status this weekend.
Another rider to watch out for is Bradley Cox, who opened the season with OR3 glory. All eyes were on the multi-disciplined star when he stormed to both the National Enduro and Cross Country victory. An unfortunate ankle injury cost him some points in the second round, but after taking some time to heal during lockdown, Cox is ready to take back the top step.
A newcomer to the enduro team this year is Brother Leader Tread KTM’s Jarryd Coetzee. While the rider is more well-known for his Cross Country skills, he quickly established himself as a force to be reckoned with when it comes to technical terrain. Coetzee currently lies in an impressive fifth place in the E2 Championship.
Rounding out the orange team this weekend is Charan Moore. While the rider has set his focus on chasing the OR1 Cross Country Championship, he is no stranger to technical riding. As the Roof of Africa director, Moore has a wealth of experience when it comes to chasing down his competitors over rocky terrain.
The team’s enduro queen, Kirsten Landman, has withdrawn from racing this weekend following an unfortunate injury to her shoulder. She will, however, attend the event to support her team from the sideline.
Published by: Louwrens Mahoney – KTM Motorcycles SA