Maxxis and EnduroGP 2021
Maxxis’ performance in the 2021 EnduroGP 2021 is truly impressive. With multiple GP wins, class wins and a whole lotta podiums, we’re loving the 2021 enduro season.
EnduroGP (the FIM Enduro World Championship) is particularly exciting as the three key classes, E1, E2 and E3 have varied bike power restrictions. This year, not for the first time, Maxxis riders continue to punch above their weight and achieve incredible overall GP results despite riding lesser-powered bikes than other competitors.
E1: Up to 250cc bikes, both 2-stroke and 4-stroke.
E2: 250cc+ 2-stroke to 450cc 4-stroke.
E3: 250cc+ 2-stroke and 450cc+ 4-stroke.
Similarly, the Junior (FIM Junior Enduro World Championship) has two classes as follows:
J1: Up to 250cc, both 2-stroke and 4-stroke.
J2: Over 255cc, both 2-stroke and 4-stroke.
Huge respect to the riders of TM Boano Factory Team for their performance in the 2021 season.