Australia’s Wil Ruprecht (TM-Boano) is the new Enduro 2 world champion, while Britain’s Brad Freeman (Beta Factory Team) has retained the Enduro 3 world title. Both of them are Galfer riders.
The town of Zschopau hosted the German EnduroGP, the last of the 2022 season, where the world champions were crowned.
In Enduro 3, a magnificent Brad Freeman and his Beta, equipped with Galfer brake products, achieved decisive victories on both days of competition, scoring the necessary points to overtake the leader of the category up until that point. Thanks to his double victory in Germany, Brad Freeman has retained the Enduro 3 world title he won in 2020 and 2021. Meanwhile, Daniel McCanney (Sherco CH Racing) took a double podium finish in the same category, setting the third fastest time on both days and finishing the season in fifth position.
In Enduro 2, Wil Ruprecht (TM-Boano) arrived in Germany with a comfortable points lead over the second placed rider. The Australian rider opted for a more conservative tactic than his rivals and took 3rd and 4th places in the race, which allowed him to score the necessary points to win his first Enduro world title. Ruprecht also took third place on the EnduroGP 2022 final podium. In the same category, Steve Holcombe (Beta Factory Team) also put in a remarkable performance, finishing 2nd and 3rd to end the season in fourth place in the category and fifth overall.
In the Junior category, Zach Pichon (Sherco CH Racing), who had already won the world championship in the previous round, once again achieved a double victory in Germany and finishes the season with 11 victories out of a possible 14, demonstrating vast superiority over his rivals.
Finally, in the Enduro 1 category, Australia’s Daniel Milner (Fantic d’Arpa) took a double podium finish in the last event of the year.
The 2022 season has thus crowned three Galfer riders as world champions in three different categories, all of whom rely on “Disc Wave®” brake discs and Racing G1396R sintered brake pads for the braking of their bikes.