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Graham Jarvis e a nova Husaberg TE 300.
A equipe italiana Flite Team e o piloto Graham Jarvis do Reino Unido fecham parceira e unem forças com a HUSABERG. Jarvis vai pilotar a nova HUSABERG TE 300 2-tempos nas próximas competições de enduro.

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The Italian team and its rider Graham Jarvis from the UK will take on the toughest Extreme Enduro races as well as the Indoor Enduro World Championship aboard the newly released Husaberg TE 300 2-stroke model with immediate effect.

The team, managed by Marco Caribotti, has already a long-standing relationship with former top Trials rider and nowadays top Extreme Enduro rider Graham Jarvis. They have been working together over the last three years establishing Graham as top contender in any Enduro event that can be called “tough” or “extreme”.

35 year old Jarvis, from Sturry in Canterbury, won his first Trial race at the age of 10 and worked his way up to World Championship level where he was a regular contender for top results from 1996 on. He claimed his first World Championship round win in 2001 and won the infamous Scott Trial no less than 9 times.

As the sport of Extreme Enduro became more and more popular some years ago Graham decided to give it a go and found the support of a well set-up team in Italy, which will from now on operate under the name of “Flite Extreme Husaberg Racing Team”.

Marco Caribotti, Martin Wabnegger e Graham Jarvis.

As Graham quickly established himself as one of the top riders in Extreme Enduro his list of achievements is already quite impressive:

Winner Red Bull Romaniacs 2008
2nd place Hell’s Gate 2008
2nd place Red Bull Hare Scramble at Erzberg 2009
2nd place Hell’s Gate 2010
2nd place Red Bull Romanaics 2010

Nevertheless Graham, together with his team, felt it was time for a major change in terms of bike, in order to take the next step of making the podium and especially the top spot more consistently and also becoming a real podium contender in the Indoor Enduro World Championship.

Graham’s object of desire was clear this July as Husaberg, for the first time in its 22-year history, launched its 2-stroke models. The TE 300, to be more precise, is now his weapon of choice.

The team’s first outing on the new machine will be the Extreme Lagares race in Portugal on October 17th 2010.

After this first test under racing conditions the team will fully focus on the Indoor Enduro World Championship 2011, starting on November 27th in Genoa, Italy.

Husaberg welcomes Graham Jarvis and the Flite Extreme crew to its ever growing family and is looking forward to a great and successful partnership.

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