Team FMF Suzuki Off-Road Brings Home the Gold

The USA Trophy Team just completed the International Six Days Enduro (ISDE) and scored third overall for a podium finish for the United States. Two members of Team FMF Suzuki Off Road were part of this historic team and both acquitted themselves well in Greece against the best riders in the world.

It was Nathan Woods first 6 days and it was quite an adventure, starting with his day one electrical problems which left him in 67th in class to his special test wins, to his crash in the first start of the final moto, to his eventual climb back to a gold medal. His journey back up the charts was unreal as he was 67th on day one, 46th on day two, 36th on day three and finally 29th on the last day. To earn his Gold Medal Woods won 7 special tests overall and finished 2nd in two others and 3rd in another two.

Nathan’s teammate and fellow FMF Suzuki team rider Jimmy Jarrett captured gold once again and was rock solid in Greece. The podium finish by the US team is not the best finish ever by an American team, but the fact that they did it with only 5 riders is unbelievable.

Plus, on the home front, Team FMF Suzuki Off Road’s Paul Whibley just scored another podium finish in the GNCC Series with a second place at round 10. Whibley has scored 2 GNCC victories and 2 other podiums in the series this season and sits solidly in second in the point’s standings just ahead of Teammate Josh Strang who has also scored a victory this season as well as 5 podiums. Whibley is also the current point’s leader in the OMA series.