Video highlights from Italy’s first-ever E-Bike Enduro race where Thomas Oldrati switched pegs for pedals to take the win.

We're more used to seeing him on a RedMoto Honda but Thomas Oldrati showed he has the legs and lungs for E-MTB by taking victory at the inaugural Italian Federation (FMI) E-Bike Enduro series in Biana di Ponte Dell'Olio (PC) last weekend.

Riding the E-P3 MX, a bike born from the collaboration between Polini Moturi and Fulgur Cycles, the EnduroGP and Italian Enduro rider took the lead of the race from the first two special tests of six in a format similar to that in timecard enduro.


Stefano Passeri, multiple European and Italian Enduro champion, raced the Over 50 category with an E-Bike equipped with CGDE frame, finishing on the third step of the podium of the EXO class. Davide Burini was fourth position also with E-Bike and CGDE frame while Maurizio Vettor finished seventh with E-Bike Fulgur-Polini in the EXO class.

Video and Photo Credit: Polini Motori