Taddy Blazusiak returns with a win

With a large audience of 12.000, Tauron Arena from Krakow expected the return to racing of Tadeusz Blazusiak, the local hero and multiple times world champion.

Everything went for the Poles and in the end Taddy won the first round of the season. Three second places in the three finals were more than enough for Blasuziak to take the win in the end.

Alongside him on the podium, Cody Webb and Billy Bolt completed the podium, while Jonny Walker finished the polish event only eight, far behind his team mate from KTM.

As this was the first round of the 2018 Super Enduro championship, the general classification is identifical with the race standings. Therefore, Blazusiak leads the championship, while Webb and Bolt are second and third.

The next round will take in Riesa, Germany at the beginning of 2018.


Photo – superenduro.org

Taddy Blasuziak returns to action alongside KTM

The 6-time SuperEnduro World Champion will make a surprising return to the competition he’s dominated for years.

After he announced his retirement last year, Taddy sticked close to the Red Bull KTM Factory Team, the one that made him a legend of the Indoor Enduro. He assisted with rider training, testing, development etc.

Now, Blazusiak signed a one-year agreement with the austrian manufacturer, announcing that he also has some interesting plans, after the SuperEnduro series.

For now, it’s unknown what this means exactly, but until then, we’ll see the Polish rider back in action right in the first round of the new season of the SuperEnduro World Championship, which will be held this weekend in Krakow, in his home country.


Photo – Marcin Kin/KTM Media Library