The Spanish rider will race one more season at SuperEnduro World Championship. After a season based on a very serious knee injury, Gomez arrives to the battle with more motivation than ever. The rider tells you the story …
Gómez after the knee injury of 2018
“After breaking my knee, doctors gave me a year of rehab.” Alfredo Gomez has struggled in his most difficult race: “Few people know it, but before going through the operating room, doctors were not sure that I would get on a motorcycle again. Without a doubt, it has been the hardest race of my life, “Gómez said sincerely.
The countdown to the 2019 SuperEnduro World Championship begins
The SuperEnduro World Championship is celebrated in the Winter months. One of the most spectacular competitions on the off road scene returns to Poland this Saturday. “There are very aggressive riders. The key is the lap by lap and not crash. On the other hand, this year I trained the hot lap to get extra points for the race”, argues Alfredo. The hot lap is a quick lap before the races -as a pole position- where the winner achieves three points for the total of the final races.
Enduro and boxing?
“The opportunity arose to do something different. We always do something like that at the beginning of the season. ” The images and video that you see are taken in the boxing gym Morales Box, one of the headquarters of boxing in the capital of Spain.
“I had never put the bike in a ring. Thanks to Morales Box we could do something different”.
Pictures credits: Jaime de Diego Video credits: Mariano Martínez