New Tour Of The Erzbergrodeo’s Most Challenging

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The Red Bull Erzberg Rodeo brings together the world's top hard enduro riders in Austria every year since 1995. In 2020 and 2021, the event was cancelled due to the global pandemic, but that didn't stop Erzberg Rodeo fans from having a great time. Even though the 300 EXC TPI Erzbergrodeo edition was released in early 2018, sponsor Red Bull is doing its very best to show off the Iron Giant.

The brand sought the help of Red Bull rider and 2019 World Enduro Super Series (WESS) champion Manuel Lettenbichler in order to showcase the challenging and diverse terrain found at the hard enduro event. With a third-place finish last year and a second-place finish in 2019, Lettenbichler is no stranger to one of the world's most challenging off-road races. When the decorated rider dives into the famous hard enduro race's five distinct sections, he shows off his hard-earned knowledge.

Wasserleitung is the section of the race that follows the carnage at the starting gate. It's not the only stage among increasingly hard tests that separates the pros from the amateurs. Upon reaching Ludwig's Land, riders face a muddy and root-filled section that usually induces contestants to reach for their pull straps.

A boulder-strewn mountainside affectionately called Carl's Dinner just might finish your day if the mud pits aren't enough. Unless we're riding 240 pounds of dirt bikes through rocky terrain, Lettenbichler explains, "it's sketchy to walk here." Having lost the 2019 Erzbergrodeo championship to Graham Jarvis at Carl's Dinner, Lettenbichler is cautioning aspiring hard enduro riders about the notorious section.

Lettenbichler continues on to the Green Hell stage, which he considers too difficult for hard enduro. With an easy blast up George Avenue, the Red Bull rider finishes on a high note. To most armchair riders, the steep hill seems formidable, but Lettenbichler has no trouble negotiating it. Despite the COVID-19 crisis preventing the Erzbergrodeo from taking place the past two years, we can't wait for it to return in 2022 after examining the legendary features of the Iron Giant.

 

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