Graham Jarvis wins Red Bull Romaniacs 2017

Graham Jarvis wins Red Bull Romaniacs 2017

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Graham Jarvis wins Red Bull Romaniacs 2017

Graham Jarvis claims a record-breaking sixth Red Bull Romaniacs title as Mario Román and Paul Bolton join him on the podium.

Graham Jarvis has become the most successful rider in the history of the event by winning the 14th edition of Red Bull Romaniacs – the world’s toughest hard enduro rally for an unprecedented sixth time.

At 42 years old, the British rider delivered a near-flawless week of riding in Romania to defend his title and underline his status as the greatest hard enduro rider of all time.

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