Marc Coma and Joan Pedrero prepare for the Dakar 2012
Marc Coma and Joan Pedrero prepare for the Dakar 2012

Enduro fans and long-term rallies will be anxious as we are one month away from the start of the great event of Dakar 2012, the quintessential desert event and one of the toughest to be held. Marc Coma and Joan Pedrero prepare for the Dakar 2012 and they finalize the preparations for that event with some training sessions in the old stages of that test that were held in Morocco. For four days, the KTM MRW Team riders have done kilometers to fine-tune their mounts in order to try to revalidate the title obtained last year 2011.

Morocco is a good field to train since it is relatively close to our territory and the most important thing is that real racing situations can be emulated by taking advantage of sections of the old Dakar when it passed through this country. Have been combined technical tracks of the High Atlas with the dunes of the extreme north of the Sahara desert to practice navigation, go through dunes and take times of the old specials disputed.


But he has not only trained under the harsh Moroccan sun as he has also It has been used to test at night to verify mechanical aspects of the motorcycles once it gets dark like emergency repairs in low light conditions and drops in temperature for example. Above all, it has been practiced in the repair of key elements of the motorcycles by the pilots who must be at one hundred percent for a Dakar 2012, a test that does not allow concessions to error. The KTM MRW Team starts as the favorite and begins the countdown to the Dakar 2012.

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