Framing what has been a highly successful edition of the FIM International Six Days Enduro (ISDE), the host nation Spain were announced the worthy winners of the first FIM Ride Green Cup inside the discipline of Enduro, which was part of the KiSS Navarra programme that has been running throughout the ISDE.
The Ride Green Cup is a trophy introduced by the International Motorcycling Federation (FIM) in 2014 and is aimed to recognise the efforts made by the teams in the protection of the environment by applying the normal regulations described in the International Environmental Code and also to include the fans engagement in a way to leave a legacy after the event via an overall positive message in favour of the environment.
The first edition of the Ride Green Cup was during the FIM Junior Motocross World Championship, and was previously won by Spain when this event was hosted at Talavera.
The three finalists this time around and their respective positions were: 3rd USA / 2nd Germany / 1st Spain.
This year’s award was collected by Spain’s Women’s World Trophy and Junior World Trophy teams.
The judging panel was composed of the FIM Delegate, the FIM Steward, and the Environmental Ambassador for the University of Navarra plus a member of the FIM Enduro commission.
The latest FIM Ride Green Cup was presented by Kattia Juarez HERNANDEZ – the FIM Director of International Environment Commission.
Spain was chosen for their respect of the environmental regulations / being a promoter of sustainable mobility / fans engagement via their leading riders / high degree of environmental respect.
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