World Enduro Championship 2008 Llanidloes

WEC 2008

A Collection of Photographic Images from the GP of Wales Maxxis FIM World Enduro Championship That took place in Llanidloes Mid Wales on 19th. and 20th. July 2008

Organised by The Hafren Dirt Bike Club

Please be aware that all of these images are the sole property of myself Mick Murphy and they are covered by copyright law, therefore they are not for downloading, for personal use, or commercial use, if you require prints, or the use of any of the images contact the owner of the images.

WEC 2008

Start at Llanidloes Rugby Club
Start at Llanidloes Rugby Club
Rob Sartin and Patsy Quick
Rob Sartin and Patsy Quick
Giovanni Sala and Geraint Jones
Giovanni Sala and Geraint Jones
Si Pavey's Paris Dakar bike
Si Pavey's Paris Dakar bike
Rob Sartin and Steve Plain
Rob Sartin and Steve Plain
Geraint Jones
Geraint Jones
My old mate and long term friend  Tony Dinham and the Plymouth crew
My old mate and long term friend Tony Dinham and the Plymouth crew
Clerk of the Course Wyn Hugheslooking at the sky hoping those clouds will pass over
Clerk of the Course Wyn Hugheslooking at the sky hoping those clouds will pass over
Brian Higgins doing his usual commentry for the spectators at the special test
Brian Higgins doing his usual commentry for the spectators at the special test
The queue down to Glyn Hafren Geraints Farm and the special test
The queue down to Glyn Hafren Geraints Farm and the special test
Derek Edmondsons new toy
Derek Edmondsons new toy
KTM riders Edward Jones Llanidloes and Nathan Kanny from the USA
KTM riders Edward Jones Llanidloes and Nathan Kanny from the USA
Neville King checks a rider in
Neville King checks a rider in
Tom Sagar
Tom Sagar
David Knight
David Knight

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mick094m 22 months ago Author

Please respect the copyright of these photographs , not like some other individuals of another form of two wheeled sport, ( smaller wheels) in other words Scooters

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