The skills of the riders were put to the test during the course of four laps, as the Enduro entailed a 40km loop with three timed special tests included in each lap.
The special tests included an eight kilometre Enduro test, a challenging and technical two kilometre Extreme test and a crowd-pleasing two kilometre MX-type test.
In the E2 open class category, Wade Young (Brother Leader Tread KTM), attacked the top step of the podium as he led four out of five victories. Teammate, Scott Bouverie, comfortably rocketed into second place.
The E1 200cc class saw even more KTM dominance as Travis Teasdale claimed his third victory of the season. E1 championship leader, Brett Swanepoel (Proudly Bidvest Yamaha), conquered second position at the Ashton Enduro, with a diminishing lead of just one point over Teasdale.
Competitors will head to Estcourt, (KwaZulu-Natal) for the penultimate Enduro Championship event, which will take place on the 4th July.
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