RIEJU have taken the covers of their Six Days France limited edition enduro bike, featuring a special livery and a performance focused character. Pre-orders are now available ahead of its arrival on Australian shores in late July.
Wrapped in blue, white and red in honour of the national colours of France, the country where the 96th edition of the International Six Days of Enduro (ISDE) will take place, the new MR 300 Six Days France could just be the ultimate ride for competitors.
To be held from 29 August, the event is considered the pinnacle of the sport, hence why the Spanish bike maker has created this special edition. Not only is it visually striking, but packed to the brim with high-quality components that deliver a punch.
A race-ready Enduro bike, straight out of the box, the MR 300 Six Days France is equipped with an A-list of power parts that make it a work of art, and a standout performer. It sports a high-strength tubular steel frame that provides stiffness, agility and safety to the rider.
Compared to the MR PRO, it adds a Supersprox double composite sprocket, a handcrafted racing exhaust, a competition seat cover with a checklist pocket, and the new Polisport frame protector (in red) that offers extra protection in case of impact.
An exclusive Crosspro crankcase protector and new black PUNK foot pegs, made of high strength steel, are also included.
Rieju’s MR 300 Six Days France enduro bike was engineered to dominate the competition on any circuit or track. With a commendable set up, this limited edition has everything it takes to become the new queen of the fields.
For further information, contact your local Rieju dealer.