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2019 Enduro del Verano, Gesell - Argentina

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Enduro del Verano, the famous race that takes place every year in Villa Gesell.

More than 1200 national and international riders participate in the Enduro del Verano event every year.

The classic Enduro del Verano, unique sporting event has the Guinness record for being the largest quads race in the world. The race which is considered as the most important fast enduro of open dune races, is a world-class event that brings together racers from all over the world, from France, Spain, USA, Uruguay, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay, who are pitted against the best exponents of the country.
 

I usually go every year with my Quad or motorcycle is amazing!

 

Gabriel

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On 1/16/2019 at 4:25 AM, Gabriel said:

Enduro del Verano, the famous race that takes place every year in Villa Gesell.

More than 1200 national and international riders participate in the Enduro del Verano event every year.

The classic Enduro del Verano, unique sporting event has the Guinness record for being the largest quads race in the world. The race which is considered as the most important fast enduro of open dune races, is a world-class event that brings together racers from all over the world, from France, Spain, USA, Uruguay, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile and Paraguay, who are pitted against the best exponents of the country.
 

I usually go every year with my Quad or motorcycle is amazing!

 

Gabriel

 

wow that looks amazing. I'd sit here for a bit, chat with the cheerleaders and crew.. not chew on any dust... enjoy the view and then play catch up. How do they handle pole position? First signup or do they have position races?

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59 minutes ago, pokerl0w said:

wow that looks amazing. I'd sit here for a bit, chat with the cheerleaders and crew.. not chew on any dust... enjoy the view and then play catch up. How do they handle pole position? First signup or do they have position races?

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http://www.endurodelverano.com.ar/index.php

 

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