Posted: August 26, 2022Views: 26
Round 6 of the 2022 FIM Hard Enduro World Championship took Jarvis and other riders to Tennesse, USA for the Redbull TKO race. The race took place the 13th and 14th of August as the race for the title heats up with 13 points the difference between 1st place and 6th places.
Coming off the back of another victory at Romaniac’s, Graham was hopeful and excited going into the Redbull TKO race. However, Jarvis’s dreams of another victory were cut short when he suffered from engine gremlins before the prologue meaning he could not ride before the official race. This was a set-back which meant Graham finished 9th overall, with Trystan Hart securing a win on home turf and Manuel Lettenbichler and Mario Roman finishing just behind in 2nd and 3rd place.
Graham Jarvis had this to say after the race: “Obviously I’m disappointed I couldn’t get going this weekend but these things happen in our industry, it was an excellent race from start
Posted: August 01, 2022Views: 105
Sunday (31st of July) saw Jarvis crowned as champion of round five of the FIM Hard Enduro World Chamapionship at Red Bull Romaniacs. The victory comes as his first of the season and further cemented his status as a Hard Enduro legend by making it a historic seventh win at the infamous 'world’s toughest Hard Enduro Rallye'.
Jarvis proved yet again that there’s no telling what he’s capable of with this Romaniacs victory coming five years after the previous and fourteen years since his first really showing that age is just a number! The final day of racing was smooth sailing for Graham knowing as long as the bike gremlins stayed away and he continued with his consistent outstanding performance with the comfortable lead he had over Teodor Kabakchiev who sat in second place.
Ticking off checkpoint after checkpoint without trouble, he moved himself closer to that elusive seventh win. Arriving at the finishing arena in Gusterita with
Graham lived up to his “silent assassin” nickname to kick off day one of Redbull Romaniacs on Thursday the 28th of July. The next stage of the Hard Enduro World Championship took riders to the ‘the world’s toughest hard enduro rally’ in the form of the urban yet moutainess setting of Romania.
Through a whole heap of dry and difficult climbs on this first of four days in the mountains, Graham Jarvis clawed time back on his P11 start position, making inroads on those in front. Typically, the biggest gains came on the hardest hills where he said he had “plenty of energy”. Riding mindful last year’s injury which came on day two, Graham was happy with the first day victory but also said he knows there’s a long way to go.
Day 2 of four at the 2022 Romaniacs saw the clouds blow in and as riders rose from their beds at four AM, they made their ways to the start in the dark, facing a maximum of 2400 metres
Posted: July 20, 2022Views: 47
The next stage of the world championship took Jarvis and other racers to the beautiful Italian mountains of Tuscany for the Abestone race for the weekend of the 9th and 10th of July.
The qualifying race consisted of 20 minute four laps, with the riders best two times counting, with Jarvis finishing 13th in this part of the race. The top 30 of this qualified for the main Sunday race whilst the top 16 qualified for the straight rhythm night race which decides the final start positions for the main race. From this, Jarvis finished 8th which hindered the main Abestone race as there was a 30 second interval start.
The main race itself on the Sunday was disappointing for Graham, who stated; “I made a lot of mistakes on the first lap and then I made some adjustments to the bike at the service point and felt a lot better. Though it certainly was not my best performance and I felt it was the most physical race of the year”.
Despite the slow start, Jar
Firstly, we would like to thank everyone whom came down to see us at the Adventure Bike Rider Festival at Ragley Hall over the weekend. We had a small pitch set up where we were showcasing Husqvarna’s first adventure bike, the Norden 901.
The ABR Festival was the perfect launch event for our first adventure tour, based in Portugal, we have a world exclusive by having seven Nordon 901’s ready for tours and rental.
A special thanks to everyone at the ABR Festival who signed up for Jarvis training on Saturday and Sunday. We had an overwhelming number of bikers sign up for the Jarvis training with our Wales tour operator Grant Churchwood, who worked extremely hard to ensure all bikers got the most out of the 30 mins of training- well done Grant!
Thanks to everyone who entered our competition for the chance to win a free Norden 901 Portugal tour, worth
Jarvis Signature Tours UK will be attending the ABR Festival at Ragley Hall for the second year in a row. This year, Grant Churchwood (Jarvis Racing) and his JST UK Team will be on hand to discuss all things enduro!
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Inquire with a member of the jST team about our 'Train and Play' days, where you can learn the techniques and skills required to compete with the best in the world.
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Last Thursday (7/4/2022) saw Graham Jarvis represent Jarvis Racing team to compete in Rd1 of the FIM Hard World Championship. For the first time, Israel hosted the Minus-400 Desert Extreme event.
A third-place finish for Jono in harsh conditions for round 1 of the UK Extreme Championship
Last Sunday (13/2/2022) saw Jarvis Racing compete in Rd1 of the Uk Extreme Championship. Jono Richardson and Sam Winterburn kickstarted their UK Extreme Championship campaigns at the Parkwood Off Road Centre at Tong, near Bradford. UK weather was in full force on race day as riders took on the harsh conditions in Tong. The rain persisted throughout creating slippery and muddy conditions for the riders- adding to an already difficult course.
Jarvis team take on the Valleys Xtreme with Jono Richardson taking the win!
Last weekend saw the Jarvis Racing team compete in two-day competition at magnificent Walters Arena in South Wales. With Grant Churchward supporting the guy's riding, the hot Yorkshire duo of Jono Richardson and Sam Winterburn competed in the two-day competition which included a lite and qualification race on Saturday the 29th of January and an AM and PM Xtreme Enduro Race on Sunday 30th of January.
With 160 riders competing, this is one of the most popular events, attracting Enduro enthusiasts from across the UK and a few overseas competitors too. Both Sam and Jono competed in the 3-hour PM Xtreme Enduro Race on Sunday with Sam finishing 10th and Jono smashing it with a dominant 1st place. An outstanding performance from the start, Jono dominated the whole race