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Old 08-28-2013, 01:57 AM   #76
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No surprise seeing Jordi leading the pack. Man the Italians are representing

Pretty cool for the organizers to get some big names at their race, they must be stoked
Stage 2;

http://www.moto-live.info/MX/Special%20%20Stage%202.pdf

Rob van Pelt Junior has lost 1.48hr and finish last... Tech issues?
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Old 08-28-2013, 03:16 AM   #77
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Alessio "Disodbediente" is leaving loads of non-photographers behind him
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Old 08-28-2013, 10:45 AM   #78
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Alessio "Disodbediente" is leaving loads of non-photographers behind him

Really impressive!!

SS4 looks like it has been a tricky navigation stage, a fair few people losing time.

Whats the story on Romano Caviglia? 6th overall on a DRZ!
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Old 08-28-2013, 10:54 AM   #79
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Really impressive!!

SS4 looks like it has been a tricky navigation stage, a fair few people losing time.

Whats the story on Romano Caviglia? 6th overall on a DRZ!
A few days ago I was tempted to write... "take a look at that yellow submarine" Romano is very good in navigation and is probably the fastest drz-rider in the world at the moment

Seriously, he won the Italian Motorally Championship, Marathon class, in 2011 and the same year arrived 13th overall at the Sardegna Rally Race, always with his DRZ

as you see he's still using a pretty standard DRZ

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Old 08-28-2013, 01:15 PM   #80
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Very well done! We have a local rider on an ancient xr400 that still beats most around too!!
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Old 08-28-2013, 04:00 PM   #81
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Official Classification after Leg 2
29/08/2013 - 00:07 ALL LEGS PROGRESSIVE
Rnk No Entrant/Rider Total
1 40 VILADOMS Jordi 5:33:55
2 36 VERHOEVEN Frans 5:56:27
3 10 COSENTINO Andrea 5:56:36
4 42 CALESINI Sandro 6:06:36
5 14 BIANCHI Pedro 6:08:31
6 13 KNUIMAN Hendrikus 6:13:38
7 29 CAVIGLIA Romano 6:26:06
8 38 CARDONA Nicolas 6:29:46
9 41 GANDINI Marco 6:29:57
10 15 PEDEMONTE Angelo 6:36:14
11 44 MARTENS Guillaume 6:45:45
12 47 PELLONI Stefano 6:59:48
13 22 ZACCHETTI Cesare 7:02:50
14 2 QUICK Patsy 7:11:22
15 48 ZBORAN Anton 7:12:30
16 27 BECKERBAUER Tomas 7:16:24
17 98 TSOMIDIS Daniel 7:22:52
18 71 LUCAS Johannes 7:23:33
19 74 CORRADINI Alessio 7:24:35
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Old 08-29-2013, 08:21 AM   #82
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290Km day today with Knuiman coming in first follow by Verhoeven and Villadoms. Villadoms consolidation a little it seems after the final stage of yesterday has been neutralised due to the roadbook error (a new path had been bulldozed in causing a lot of riders to loose the plot).

Nearly 6 hours of riding for the fast lads while place 11 already loses well over and hour.

A long long day I guess...

Our friend on the DRZ still 6th overall!!
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Old 09-03-2013, 06:37 AM   #83
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Ok, so this should be the final results

31/08/2013 - 18:19 ALL LEGS PROGRESSIVE Page 1
Rnk No Entrant/Rider Nat Vehicle Total
1 40 VILADOMS Jordi GAS GAS 20:48:05
2 36 VERHOEVEN Frans YAMAHA 20:59:27
3 13 KNUIMAN Hendrikus G. KTM 21:28:10
4 10 COSENTINO Andrea KTM 21:30:09
5 14 BIANCHI PRATA Pedro HUSQVARNA 22:07:08
6 38 CARDONA V YAMAHA 23:42:53
7 22 ZACCHETTI Cesare KTM 23:48:19
8 15 PEDEMONTE Angelo KTM 24:03:03
9 41 GANDINI Marco KTM 24:10:52
10 71 LUCAS Johannes KTM 25:33:42
11 43 MICHAILIDIS Symeon KTM 26:32:05
12 49 BARWICK Chris KTM 26:53:00
13 44 MARTENS Guillaume KTM 27:06:32
14 48 ZBORAN Anton KTM 27:22:11
15 55 VAN PELT Robert Honda 27:22:52
16 61 ROBINSON Rees KTM 27:32:35
17 51 CHATZIMICHALIS Konstantinos HUSABERG 27:53:30
18 28 KLOMP Erik KTM 28:16:42
19 23 AITCHISON Harry KTM 28:23:38
20 74 CORRADINI Alessio KTM 28:40:53

Honour to Viladoms, just a pity for the Italians out of the podium, too many accidents and bad luck. My DRZ hero, Romano Caviglia had an electric problem anc couldn't be at the start of the fourth day, but once again consistent on the 4th. Could have been easily at the 6th place in the final classification... instead of 28th :(

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Old 09-06-2013, 02:32 AM   #84
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Way to go Johannes Lucas and Alessio Corradini
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Old 09-27-2013, 04:39 AM   #85
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Hi all ,
Serres Rally 2013 ended almost a couple of weeks ago. It was an unforgettable week, full of emotions, both high and low.
Low because the happiness of our Rally success was shaded under Angelo's (inmate Brodovitch) loss.
Angelo loved Serres Rally and was part of our Team. From now on, Serres Rally will be dedicated to him and there will be a special Trophy “Rally Spirit” dedicated to his name.

After a couple of weeks we managed to sort out all the videos and the photos so here they are for your pleasure.

Below you can watch some Videos that we put together from each single Day, photos to follow soon!
We would like to thank everybody who participated in this event in its own way (sponsors, orga crew, inmates here in ADVrider).











And the Day After

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions or requests,
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Old 09-27-2013, 05:36 PM   #86
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Such a good week.

So I had never done a rally before Serres.

I signed up, rode down to greece on the F800GS, borrowed a roadbook and ICO from Doc (thanks again!) and proceeded to get lost, have some spectacular crashes, laugh, and swear while navigating and racing along with my GS.

Although my bike was the odd one out, everyone was so supportive, right down to super chill Dakar riders like Pedro Bianchi Prata and his mechanic Elson who helped me every day, fitting the roadbook, bending brake levers back, squeezing some more life out of my clutch - the support was awesome. Finishing the rally felt like an achievement, and I made some great friends and memories there.

The organisation was flawless in my opinion, first time seeing a roadbook and was amazed at how accurate it was, obviously meticulously planned. They track you with GPS and that really puts your mind at ease if you had a big crash and need some attention, they can zero in on you without delay.

If anyone was thinking about trying a rally, I would definitely recommend Serres to anyone, If I can do it with very little offroad experience, riding the GS - anyone can do it. I reckon you'd sustain less bruising with a light bike though, riding or flying in and renting a bike off one of the pro's seems like a good bet to me having added up the cost of a clutch, chain and sprockets, bent front wheel and a service for my bike post-rally - I reckon It makes a fair amount of sense if you're not already blessed with a rally bike.

So, thanks again to Doc and all the other organisers, and all the nice riders I met at the rally. I've got a taste for it now, daydreaming of a desert rally for a new challenge but I will definitely be trying to return to Serres in 2014.

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Old 09-29-2013, 04:53 PM   #87
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Ahhhhh , Sam with the BMW ...

Many thanks for the comments, Sam, every year we are trying to improve over the previous, and this year, indeed, it was a very good one.

So withour further ado,
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Agamemnon Patras at Serres Rally Raid,

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