The 91st edition of the FIM International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE), which was hosted in Navarra, Spain late last year, provided the perfect platform for yet another historic moment in the history of this unique and long standing event.
KiSS Navarra (Keep it Shiny and Sustainable) was an historic debut for the introduction of a programme of this kind into the venerable and evergreen discipline of Enduro.
In addition, this far reaching initiative was a highly significant milestone in the FIM’s plan to deliver sustainable events in all the disciplines with the FIM Ride Green Programme.
Environmental awareness, respect and responsibility are vitally important for events such as the ISDE, which operate in potentially sensitive areas.
This crucial understanding and the steps taken to bring it to the Enduro community are brilliantly brought to life in the newly released KiSS Navarra video that provides an interesting and informative insight into what proved to be a highly successful green story.
This short film confirms the triumphant nature of the KiSS Navarra project and illustrates the sheer extent of the many different and diverse elements, all of which combined to make a significant and positive impression in terms of managing and reducing the overall impact of the ISDE on this beautiful area.