After a long off-season, the FIM SuperEnduro World Championship is back this Saturday, December 7, at the Tauron Arena in Krakow (Poland)!
The absence of the Americans – reigning World Champion Colton Haaker and former World Champion Cody Webb – leaves the door wide open for a new contender for the crown.
Will the early lead go to home-favourite Taddy Blazusiak (KTM)? Or will the likes of all-action star Billy Bolt (Husqvarna) or a returning Jonny Walker (KTM) spoil the party for “King Taddy”?
Pretenders to the throne
Exit Haaker and Webb, enter Bolt and Walker! While fans might disappointed not to see the two American rivals fighting it out, the return of two of Britain’s best riders will offer at least as much spice and excitement.
But will Bolt and Walker be able to stop Taddy Blazusiak in his quest for a seventh world crown after a year ‘off the scene’?
Spain’s Pol Tarres (Husqvarna) and Alfredo Gomez (Husqvarna) will do everything to become true title contenders this year. Diogo Vieira (Yamaha) will be keen to push on from his excellent 2019 season.
While the young guns Blake Gutzeit (KTM), Kevin Gallas (Husqvarna), William Hoare (KTM) and Tim Apolle (Sherco) will also want to prove that they are the future of the discipline and ready to fight with the
Junior: Newcomer Cullins the favourite?
The 2019 SuperEnduro season was dominated by the talented young Brit, William Hoare. But with the reigning champion moving to the Prestige class, 2020 will see a new winner.
Double AMA Endurocross Junior Champion Ty Cullins (TM) will certainly hope to step straight on to the top step of the podium, and the Californian sees himself as following in fellow countrymen’s Ty Tremaine’s footsteps
The SuperEnduro World Championship 2020 promises to keep us all on the edge of our seats. And while Blazusiak appears to come in as the big favourite, he will face tough competition, and his duels with Bolt, Gomez, Tarres and Walker could take the whole sport up a notch!