Day 1. AMV riders are going to the South American challenge The first day of 2010 has witnessed the start of the 32nd edition of the world's toughest rally. The city of Buenos Aires, who woke up with anxious rumblings, fired the 372 members of...
Day 1. AMV riders are going to the South American challenge
The first day of 2010 has witnessed the start of the 32nd edition of the world's toughest rally. The city of Buenos Aires, who woke up with anxious rumblings, fired the 372 members of the legendary vehicles that test for the second consecutive time, is held in the wonderful South American continent.
The powerful engine of the powerful KTM already underway. The Spanish structure, holding the trophy more intrepid of the world, has been traveling around the time of truth. The liaison of 317 km, which forms the first day of the Dakar 2010, has become the antechamber of thousands of feelings that still remain ahead. Under a changing climate conditions, team members: Marc Coma, Jordi Viladoms and Henk Kniuman have begun to take the first steps of what will be his new adventure. Their challenge still awaits on the same site today saw them leave.
Face of a massive influx of public and with an eye toward the horizon, pilots AMV, are surfing the Argentine land for the sole purpose of resuming the good feelings between the riders and their bikes. During the early stages of proof Marc Coma, Jordi Viladoms, and Henk Knuiman have used each mile, which has offered the liaison to find their rhythm of life.
After they have been thousands of screaming Argentines who are anxiously awaiting his triumphant return.
Marc Coma (Pilot AMV): "Finally, I invaded the strong feelings I've been waiting all year! He was so looking forward to this moment ... ... ... The liaison today helps us physically and mentally prepare to face the hard conditions that await us in a few days. Technically we have a very competitive bike, I'm happy. In these moments you realize the work, the hardness of the training, and most importantly: the claim that much effort has been worthwhile. And for me, all this translates into a huge load of extra motivation. "
-source: marc coma