December 5, 2023

Billy Bolt is ready for the 2024 SuperEnduro season

Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Billy Bolt is ready to defend his FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title.

Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Billy Bolt is ready for SuperEnduro 2024

Bolt dominated the series in 2023 and established himself as the rider to beat, winning countless qualifiers and events with his strong riding. The 2024 series consists of seven rounds and begins on November 25 in France.

For Bailey, the 2024 series offers a great opportunity to win a fourth consecutive world title. Not only did the FE 350 driver take the overall win in every race in 2023, but he also won all but one of the 15 races held – an amazing feat he would like to repeat.

The first round will be held on November 25, 2023 in Levin, France, before heading to Poland on December 9. The season will continue in Germany at the beginning of January 2024 and will then travel to Romania, Hungary and Belgium. The seventh and final round of the tournament will be held on March 2 in the United Kingdom and Billy’s hometown of Newcastle.

The first round of the indoor series comes just weeks after Bolt finished second overall in the 2023 FIM Hard Enduro World Championship. Despite the change in discipline and the relatively short preparation time for the intense, drag racing-like SuperEnduro format, Billy Bolt is confident in his ability He is set to begin his successful title defense in France in just over a week.

Billy as defending champion

Billy Bolt: “I’m really looking forward to the SuperEnduro season. Hard Enduro racing has been good for me, but now I’m ready to get back inside again. As a three-time defending champion, it’s of course a little more difficult, but it also means that I think I’m pretty good at That! I think I have a good technical base and my experience helps me look for lines and read the track well. At the same time I’m very aggressive when it comes to ‘so, attacking different features and this seems to work really well, although others are starting to realize that I need To continue improving. In the run-up to the first round, I trained hard and worked with the team and on the bike to make sure I could give my best in the new season. The fact that the final round will be held in Newcastle is of course something very special to me. I grew up just a few kilometers from “The stadium, so it could be the case.” Like a home game for me. “I hope I can celebrate my fourth world indoor title with the British fans.”