Five months off the bike and recovering from wrist surgery, Husqvarna’s Billy Bolt dominated round one of the FIM SuperEnduro series. Photo Futute7Media


Husqvarna Factory Racing’s Billy Bolt got his FIM SuperEnduro World Championship title defence off to a perfect start with victory at round one in Poland. In what was his first return to racing following a five-month injury, Bolt won all three Prestige races in Krakow, along with topping the SuperPole hot lap, to make it a clean sweep at the season opener.

Beta’s Jonny Walker continued his winning AMA EnduroCross form into Poland and was Bolt’s only real competition. He went 2-2-2 for the night and held off Bolt in the final moto of the night…for the first 5 laps. Sherco’s Cody Webb never really threatened Bolt or Walker, but was consistent with a 3-3-3 night and GasGas local hero Taddy Blazusiak finished fourth overall with American Cooper Abbott finishing a well earned fifth overall for the nights work.

Of note: there was no Factory KTM involvement at the event.

Jonny Walker (2nd), Billy Bolt (1) and Cody Webb (3rd) on the podium.


Billy Bolt: “I’m so pleased to be back racing, but to make my comeback with a clean sweep of wins and taking SuperPole is the dream start to the championship I had hoped for. It’s felt like a long and tough five months off the bike, but I’m chuffed to be back on the bike and racing hard again. It’s what I love to do. Although tonight went to plan, I feel like I’ve some work to do to get back to my very best. We’ve a couple of weeks until round two in Germany, so I’ll keep working hard to be even stronger there.”

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