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Product Code: 2304ED , Release Date: 14 December 2009, 187 minutes

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This is the official review of the MAXXIS FIM World Enduro Championship, charting the complete story of the dramatic 2009 season. 

The best footage, interviews with the stars and informed commentary create the definitive review of the year, with action from all eight rounds of the WEC title chases, with detailed coverage of the battles in the Enduro 1, Enduro 2 and Enduro 3 classes. From the dust of sunny Portugal, the mud-soaked stages of Slovakia and the challenging altitude of Mexico – this is the comprehensive look back at an unforgettable championship. 

Get ready dust, stones, mud, flying bikes and more than a few bone-crunching crashes – not least among the tree-lined special stages of Finland – as two title chases go right down to the last weekend. 

There’s the return of Ivan Cervantes to E3, the team switch of E2 rivals Johnny Aubert and Juha Salminen and Mika Ahola’s determined bid to retain his E1 crown. Plus, multiple World Champion David Knight returns to the WEC, BMW launches an all-out assault on the championship and – new for 2009 – fans are treated to the Super Special prologues. The official review delivers all the essential highlights of another memorable year of the WEC. 

In addition to complete coverage of every Grand Prix weekend, including highlights from the Junior class, the review lets you meet some of the international stars who made guest appearances, like Taddy Blazusiak, hear from Enduro legend Thomas Gustavsson and find out about the future of the sport from woman rider Ludivine Puy.