While Graham, Jono, Mitch and Roger were at the FIM World round in Spain, Jarvis Racing was also competing in the 38th annual Weston Beach Race across the Riven Severn estuary in England.
A firm fan favourite, the Weston-super-mare Beach Race is a huge spectator draw with nearly nearly 1000 riders competing flat out across the sand.
Number 21 - Sam Winterburn led the charge on his Husqvarna FE350 with a fantastic P12 overall!
Great ride Sam and special thanks to Grant, Jess and Nathan and the rest of the Jarvis Racing team for a fantastic weekend.
I think you need a soak in the bath after that!
It's great to be back in the scenic Aguilar de Campoo for the next round of the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship.
Team Pro Jono Richardson was on top form, coming in 8th overall in the feature 2.5 hr race on Sunday - Jono was the top non-Pro Factory rider.
Jono was joined by 18-year-old British teenage sensation Mitch Brightmore who has been making waves in the UK championship and certainly showed what he was capable of with an excellent 18th overall on Sunday.
Great riding and good to be back amongst the fans again.
Posted: July 26, 2021Views: 184
Jarvis Husqvarna Racing's Jono Richardson consoled himself not being in Romania this week with an impressive winning performance this weekend at The Summit Extreme Enduro event in North Yorkshire, UK Richardson's Pro level skills were put to the test over what was billed by race organisers as the toughest UK extreme event! Jono commented 'I'm sad not be able to get to Romania this year but I'm glad there have been new exciting events added in the UK so I can still keep focussed on competing and winning in the toughest terrain'
We're all set for the exciting 3rd Round of the FIM Hard Enduro World Championship at Abestone in the mountains of Tuscany Graham will join Billy Bolt and Alfredo Gomez in the Rockstar Husqvarna Factory lineup with the terrain perfectly suited to Graham's smooth technical riding style.
Unfortunately, most of the Jarvis Husqvarna Racing team – Will Hoare, Jono Richardson and Sam Winterburn – will not be there due to the covid restrictions from the UK.
Teodor Kabakchiev will be there though. Having done more racing hours this year than virtually any rider in the series, fresh off his win last weekend in Romania, he could surprise a few of the big-name factory riders!!
Day 1 Test Update.
P1. Billy P2. Mani P3. Jarv1s
Day 2. Qualifying
A tight contest today with Billy topping the time sheet from Mani again. Special Test 2 saw Jarv1s in 7th and Teo in 8th, setting them both up for potential Top 5 finishes in tomorrow's big race!
Graham surprised his thousands of fans by attending the ABR Festival at Ragley Hall in Warwickshire this weekend.
Adventure bike riders got a taste of Hard Enduro when Graham and the Jarvis Husqvarna Racing attended the awesome Adventure Bike Rider Festival.
Showcasing his skills with JHR team riders Will Hoare, Jono Richardson and Grant Churchward, the guys put on 3 days of training classes for riders of all abilities.
Launching Jarvis Signature Tours Wales at the event, Grant and the team met hundred of riders who couldn't wait to come and sample what the latest Husqvarna 300 2S and 350 4S bikes were capable off.
Team Jarvis all made the trip to the stunning city of Porto in May for the 1st round of the FIM Extreme Enduro world championship. Unfortunately, the planned feature race was cancelled due to a Covid hotspot on the route so a shortened supercross event was organised instead which ensured that some racing would occur. The Race would have been one of the most spectacular and ideally suited to the team, but following heavy overnight rain, it was mutually agreed by the event organiser and the FIM that 2021 championship points would not be awarded at this first round but that racing would continue.
On the Sunday, Graham produced one of the surprise performances on the day and proved himself a model of consistency - a trio of fourth place results earning him third overall.
"After the news late on Thursday evening that the original event format wouldn't go ahead, I think everyone - especially the event organisers - made the best of a difficult situation. The mountains are more