Enduro challenge draws many riders

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John Dayman crosses the finish line at Willare Enduro.
Camera IconJohn Dayman crosses the finish line at Willare Enduro. Credit: Kimberley Enduro Club, Hannah Lawton

The Willare Roadhouse became a haven for Enduro enthusiasts of all ages when the Kimberley Enduro Club held the ninth annual Willare Enduro.

Many riders from across WA’s North West came together last month to compete in the junior and senior divisions.

In the senior divisions, Taite Prime, Jake Watling, Tom O’Connell, Corey Jaensch, Darren Puddy, Mick Linds, Stewart Cassidy and a team of Tyson Lind and Paul Nappy were in the winners’ list, which included three Enduro divisions, Masters, Vets, Classics, Quads and the Pony Express.

John Dayman won the Pecky’s Tough Enough Trophy and Tom O’Connell proved to be the fastest on the track by winning the Hold Fast Hot Lap.

The top 10 position holders for the event were Reegan Smith, Sam Perkins, Blake Rogers, Corey Jaensch, Andy Brack, Michael McKellar, James Heenan, Nathan Bell, Jake Watling and Tom O’Connell.

In the junior divisions, Sebastian McGregor and Jake Quinn were the race winners for Junior 2 and Junior 3 and 4 respectively, with Quinn also taking out the first overall position and the junior Hold Fast Hot Lap.

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