ISDE Day 4 Photos

A look at Day Four of the ISDE in Navarra, Spain

Team USA got off to a slow start, but rebounded nicely and finished off the day with the World Trophy Team holding on to over a minute lead over Italy, while the Junior Trophy Team gained ground on leaders Sweden and now sits around 20 seconds behind.

Trevor Bollinger ISDE Spain 2016
Trevor Bollinger has yet to hit the ground through four days of racing and told Dirt Rider he liked today's conditions. The JCR Honda rider has been improving each day and is looking smooth and relaxed.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Toth, ISDE Spain 2016
Even though he just recently signed with Am Pro Yamaha, Josh Toth rode Six Days on a KTM as part of the Jester's Racing Team. Josh was top American the first time through the Enduro test today, taking advantage of a track that was getting tackier as the day progressed. Toth was also fourth in the Enduro test on the second lap, a test that was won by Taylor Robert.Photo By Shan Moore
Taylor Robert, ISDE Spain 2016
Taylor Robert continues to lead the E2 class and the individual overall standings, though he lost a bit of ground today. Taylor was one of the first riders to ride the Enduro test on the first lap, and according to Taylor, it was slick as ice and one of the most slippery tests the Arizona rider has ever ridden. Taylor rebounded in the second test and gained back a lot of the time.Photo By Shan Moore
Steward Baylor ISDE Spain 2016
Steward Baylor had an exceptional day and helped the US Junior Team improve its standings, closing to within around 20 seconds of leaders Sweden.Photo By Shan Moore
Kailub Russell, ISDE Spain 2016
Kailub Russell has been struggling with his suspension all week. WP is rebuilding his forks overnight so that the KTM factory rider can change them out in the morning during the 10 minute work period.Photo By Shan Moore
Ben Kelley, ISDE Spain 2016
Jester Racing's Ben Kelley prepares to enter the Enduro Section. Ben and his teammates Josh Toth and Jason Klammer sit fourth in Club Team standings.Photo By Shan Moore
Josh Gotts, ISDE Spain 2016
Brit Josh Gotts finished 28th overall and he and his World Junior Team teammates sit seventh overall in the Junior division after four days.Photo By Shan Moore
Luís Correia, ISDE Spain 2016
Luís Correia gets traction as he leaves the start control at the Enduro Test on Day four.Photo By Shan Moore
Kailub Russell, ISDE Spain 2016
Kailub Russell jets along one of the faster parts of the final cross test of the day. This test was called an extreme test during the first part of the week, but the organizers changed it to a cross test since it didn't live up to the standards of an extreme test.Photo By Shan Moore
Patrik Markvart, ISDE Spain 2016
Patrik Markvart of the Czech Republic in test three.Photo By Shan Moore