An overall of 1,500 moto crosses and endure motorcyclists will undoubtedly be present on Scheveningen coastline, near the Dutch city of The Hague, on the occasion of the Red Bull Knock Senseless.
Sand might not be the most popular surface area for a race. However, the difficulty of riding on it has led recently to the appearance of a series of impressive tests.
So, as we prepare for the Red Bull Knock Senseless, we bring you an option of the most effective races in the world that occur in the sector.
- Dakar Rally, South America
In short: the Dakar is the dad of all the off-road races. Created in 1979 as the Paris-Dakar Rally by the Frenchman Thierry Sabine, this raid is currently fully established in South America, regarding 7,000 kilometers away from the initial goal (Senegal, West Africa). The Dakar has shown to be specifically prominent amongst WRC motorcyclists; not fruitless, in recent times, Ari Vatanen, as well as Carlos Sainz, have reached the top of the platform and in 2016 will undoubtedly debut Mikko Hirvonen and the nine-time champion Sebastian Loeb.
- Mint 400, USA
For some, the Mint 400 is much better than the Kentucky Super Bowl or the Kentucky Derby.
Called after the already extinct Mint Hotel, The Mint 400 was first played in 1961, and today the terrifying 800bhp Prize Trucks remain to combat in the Nevada desert.
- Weston Beach Race, United Kingdom
The UK’s essential Coastline race happens on the attractive Weston-super-Mare Beach. This year, siblings Nathan and also Ben Watson defeated another 500 riders and also ended up first as well as second in the Adult solo race.
- Red Bull Knock Out, Holland
More than 700 motocross riders will leave their skin in the semifinal of the Red Bull Knock Out, on the Dutch beach of Scheveningen, to attempt to obtain a pass for the last (only the most useful 350 receive it). This year, bikers of the stature of David Knight, Nathan Watson, or Steve Ramon, the winner of the last version held seven years back, will certainly get involved.
- Rally of the Pharaohs, Egypt
Nasser Al-Attiyah at the Pharaohs Rally
Developed by the former F1 Jacky Ick hallway, the Pharaohs Rally includes a Dakar-style classification, with bikes, quads, cars, and trucks, as well as lorries completing 3,100 kilometers throughout the Egyptian desert. The path begins and also finishes in Cairo, where rivals can ponder the pyramids of Giza (for this reason, the name of the test).
- Baja 1000, Mexico
The Baja 1000, which was ‘premiered’ in 1967, is an unrivaled spectacle in which vehicles and motorcycles take a trip roughly 1,000 miles of hard Mexican land, generally from Ensenada, in the north, to La Paz, in the South. For many years, the race has brought in remarkable chauffeurs, such as Steve McQueen, Travis Pastrana as well as Paul Newman. American enduro biker Kendall Norman is called’ the King of Baja’ since he has six wins in the Baja 1000 as well as one more 5 in the Baja 500.
- Red Bull Day in the Dust, Glen Helen Raceway, United States
Referred to as the MX Woodstock, the Red Bull Day in the Dust unites cyclists, stunt riders, motorcyclists, as well as all those who are associated with the globe of the bike on the well-known Glen Helen Raceway. And it obtains them with mud. Sand mud. The event additionally involves followers, who can get involved if they want to in a motocross event, which adapts to any ages, abilities as well as dimensions.
- Enduropale du Touquet, France
The founder of the Dakar, Thierry Sabine, also had much to do with the creation of the Enduropale du Touquet. The Gaul designed the Test at the request of the City Council, who wanted a symbolic event to enhance the prestigious tourist destination of The Pas de Calais during the quiet winter months. What they got, in the end, was a race with more than 1,000 bikers and 250 quads, along a 16-kilometer route along the coast of Le Touquet-Paris-Plage.