The International Six Days of Enduro is the annual FIM Enduro World Championship for national teams and considered to be the Olympics of motorcycling. The ISDE is the most prestigious off-road motorcycle event in the world. First held in Carlisle, England, in 1913, the ISDE is one of the longest-running events on the calendar of the Federation Internationale de Motocyclisme.

We have a passion for our country and for the Six Days. Trail Jesters have pursued our ISDE dreams since 2014.

Team riders have earned 8 Gold Medals, 2 Class Championships, 1 Top Overall Club Rider, 2 Club Team podiums and 1 World Junior Trophy Team podium. And we aren’t done yet 😉

// Results 2014-2017 //

2014 AMA East ISDE Qualifier – Ohio

  • Ben Kelley – 2nd place E2
  • John Kelley – 2nd place E3
  • Josh Toth – 3rd place E2 (did not qualify even though Josh was 5th overall LOI)

Trail Jesters riders and crew at the 2014 ISDE Ohio Qualifier

2014 ISDE – Argentina

  • Ben Kelley – Gold Medal & 5th C2 class
  • John Kelley – DNF (blown engine on day 3)

2014 ISDE Argentina – Ben Kelley – Gold Medal & 5th place C2 (photo by Ty Mauri)

2015 AMA East Qualifier – West Virginia

  • Ben Kelley – 2nd place E2
  • John Kelley – 1st place E3
  • Josh Toth – 1st place E1

The three Trail Jesters (L to R: John Kelley, Josh Toth and Ben Kelley) who will represent the USA at the ISDE in Slovakia. (photo by Andrew Fredrickson)

2015 ISDE – Slovakia

  • Ben Kelley – Gold Medal
  • John Kelley – Gold Medal
  • Josh Toth – Half Houred Out (day 1 mechanical)

So proud of these guys! (photo by Art Pepin)

2016 AMA East Qualifier – West Virgina

  • Ben Kelley – 4th LOI overall
  • Jason Klammer – 3rd LOI overall
  • Josh Toth – 1st LOI overall

Three Jesters – Ben Kelley, Josh Toth & Jason Klammar – AMA East Qualifier

2016 ISDE – Spain

  • Ben Kelley – Gold Medal, C2 class champion & 2nd place Club Team
  • Jason Klammer – Gold Medal & 2nd place Club Team
  • Josh Toth – Gold Medal, C1 Class champion, Top Overall Club Rider & 2nd place Club Team

3 Gold Medals, 2 Class Championships, Overall Top Club Rider and 2nd Place Club Team – Team Trail jesters

2017 Selected by AMA ISDE Advisory Committee

  • Ben Kelley – SRT Offroad Club Team (team mates Ty Termaine and Cody Webb)
  • Josh Toth – Junior World Trophy Team (team mates Grant Baylor and Layne Michael)

Tomahawk GNCC podium (June 2017)

2017 ISDE – France

  • Ben Kelley – Gold Medal, 2nd place C1 class & 3rd place Club Team
  • Josh Toth – Gold Medal, 14th place E1 class & 3rd place World Junior Trophy Team

Ben Kelley now with 4 ISDE gold medals. (Art Pepin photo)

Josh Toth on the way to his first World Junior Trophy podium. (Pradel Herve photo)