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Posted on July 28, 2014 at 3:55 AM

The Liquorland National Enduro @ Lydenburg, the fourth round of the 2014 Liquorland National Enduro Championship that took place outside Lydenburg in Mpumalanga this past weekend (26 July) produced a new overall winner for the season with Nelspruit rider, Louwrens Mahoney (Brother KTM) who claimed his first overall victory in the national enduro series for the year. Mahoney also claimed the E2 (Open Class) victory on his KTM500.


The current overall and E1 (200cc) leader, Wade Young (Brother KTM) took his fourth consecutive class victory and finished second overall with the E2 championship leader, Altus de Wet (Cargo-Tac Husqvarna Factory Racing) rounding off the overall podium and keeping his second place on the overall standings and his lead in the E2 championship with a second place in E2.


Even though quite a dry and dusty event, competitors were complimenting the race organisers – the Lowveld Enduro Club – for organising a safe and enjoyable event.


Other class winners were:


  • Senior Class : William Gillitt (Team Liquorland Yamaha)
  • Master Class : Alfie Cox (KTM)
  • High School Class : Chayse Orsmond (TLB Plant Hire / Alfie Cox Racing KTM)
  • Silver Class Challenge : Dylan Barker (Pa Ma Racing Yamaha)



Published by: Dirt Racing


Picture Caption: Louwrens Mahoney (Brother KTM) won the Liquorland National Enduro @ Lydenburg


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