U.S. ISDE Trophy teams place second at 2018 FIM International Six Days Enduro

Three Of Seven Club Teams Finish In Top 10 Overall


All three U.S. ISDE Trophy teams finished in second place at the 2018 FIM International Six Days Enduro in Vina del Mar, Chile, Nov. 12-17.

The Australian team won the World Trophy and Women’s World Trophy divisions, and the Italian team picked up the victory in the Junior World Trophy division.

The U.S. World Trophy Team was led by Taylor Robert, who put in the second-best individual performance in the World Trophy division.

Motocross pro and U.S. World Trophy rider Zach Bell was the fastest rider in the World Trophy division on Day Six, helping solidify the team’s second-place finish in the overall standings.

The U.S. World Trophy team also included two-time and reigning AMA National Enduro champion Steward Baylor Jr.

In the Women’s World Trophy division, American riders Becca Sheets, Brandy Richards and Tarah Gieger put in strong performances throughout the event.

Richards was the fastest of the trio, ending the event with the third-best individual time in the division.

U.S. Junior World Trophy Team riders Josh Toth, Ben Kelly, and Baylor’s younger brother Grant finished less than four minutes behind the Italian Junior World Trophy team and about 15 minutes ahead of the third-place French team.

Several of the U.S. ISDE Club teams also put in impressive performances on the dusty Chilean terrain. Three of the seven U.S. Club teams finished in the overall top 10. A total of 106 club teams took part in the event.