Welcome to the 38th Trèfle Lozérien AMV

This weekend, May 17-19, 2024, sees the 38th Trèfle Lozérien AMV. Another edition in the heart of the Lozère region, and once again it’s a sell-out, with 576 drivers taking part. From amateurs to top riders, all come here to enjoy the unique atmosphere of this benchmark race in the enduro world. Beyond the sumptuous scenery, the prestige of victory also makes this event famous.

In the role of ministers of the faith, the two best riders in the world. Spain’s Josep Garcia, reigning Enduro 1 world champion and leader of the prestigious Enduro GP rankings this season, and Italy’s Andrea Verona, reigning Enduro 2 world champion and runner-up to the Spaniard in Enduro GP. The two men’s arm wrestle attracts believers from all over France, young and old alike.

What the two Latin ogres have in common, however, is a fearsome appetite.

Garcia has triumphed twice on the grass of the Trèfle Lozérien AMV in 2019 and 2022. But last year, he was absent, the fault of a scattered left collarbone in Sweden, just before the French classic. In Verona, he too was absent, yielding to the siren calls of another race. But the Italian has never won on the heights of Mende. So this time, he’s here. And he’s confident.


The aura of honors bestowed on the event’s winner attracts the best. Both foreign and French. Last year, Till De Clercq and Jérémy Tarroux engaged in a major duel, which Till eventually won by a mere half-second.


But Garcia and Verona weren’t there… Does their comeback impress? Are they scaring the French drivers?




Because the Trèfle Lozérien AMV does not forgive errors of concentration… At the end of three days spent in the dust or the mud, the Gévaudan or the Margeride, the gap between the winner and his pursuers is often measured in seconds. So Till de Clercq has a plan to make the two scarecrows doubt and, why not, stumble.


Because on Friday, as on Saturday, the riders start in ascending number order, and de Clercq, the defending champion, is of course number 1. It all begins on Friday, in the grandiose Gorges du Tarn. Five special stages and 209 kilometers to tame between pine trees and limestone rock. So, with this line-up of competitors with sharp fangs, who’s going to make the biggest impression – the Spaniard Josep Garcia, the Italian Andrea Verona or the Frenchmen led by Till de Clercq and Jérémy Tarroux?

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