Paddock WTC Andorra with Trial Magazine

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Who can stop Toni Bou (Repsol Honda)

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Adam Raga (TRS) was the only rider to challenge Bou once again

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As usual Takahisa Fujinami (Repsol Honda) was very attacking with his riding as he once again make the podium on Day 1 Saturday

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It was good to see Jeroni Fajardo (Vertigo) push both Bou and Raga on day 2 as he took the final step on the podium

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Day 1 – This was the moment Jamie Busto (Repsol Honda) missed his maiden trip to the podium, he has just been awarded a five for stopping feet up in the hazard before the step!

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Albert Cabestany (Sherco) has slipped down the championship after two fifth places in Andorra

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It was good to talk with another super trials enthusiast and friend of Trial Magazine Joan Valls

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Miquel Gelabert (Sherco) took a career best seventh position in his ‘Rookie’ year in the Pro Class on day two – good on ya!

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The ‘Feet-Up’ boots of Toni Bou

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James Dabill (Vertigo) remains the sole rider from Great Britain in the Pro Class


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With a twenty kilometre lap the organisers took fuel out onto the course for the riders to ‘Top Up’

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Still looking for the form that has deserted him is Jorge Casales on the Beta

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Come to me!

Another rider who continues to improve in the Pro Class is Germanys Franz Kadlec (Gas Gas)

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Jack Price (Gas Gas) tries the new Gas Gas Contact for size.

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Shooting the rapids is Iwan Roberts (Beta)

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Now in the world of Enduro Extreme Billy Bolt was minding for Dec Bullock (Beta) who took a sixth place on Day one in the T2 class.

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