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It's been a good couple of weeks for the Yamaha Off Road Experience Enduro team with all three of the lads heading out to Spain for the big ISDE team event and to represent their country. 

Jamie Lewis was part of the British trophy team who finished runners up in the world trophy competition behind the USA. Okay, he wasn't on top of the box with his other three teammates but lets not loose sight of that achievement here, it was the first time the British have been on the podium in 60 years! Jamie had a good consistent week and finished 10th in the E2 class.

Lee Sealey was also represpenting as part of the British Junior team and was having a good ride until day four when his bike seized up. Conditions had been very dusty for the first couple of days and then very wet, so they had the full on glue and feathers feel and it was hard on all the little 125's. Unfortunately for Lee it got the better of his YZ125 when he was going well. 

The third member of the Yamaha Off Road Experience Enduro Team, Charlie Evans, was riding as part of the Welsh Motorcycle Federation club team, and changed from his usual 250 2 stroke to a WR 450F. Individually Charlie finished in 9th place in the club rider category and the team in 12th place out 162 teams, so it was a great effort by Charlie all things considered and an equally good experience for him.  

Up next for all the lads is the last remaining event of the season; the Muntjac enduro on Sunday 20th November which is the last round of the British Enduro Championship. Jamie has a 10 point lead in the E2 championship, so hopefully he can wrap that up. Good luck Jamie, good luck're doing us at DEP proud.