MORE than 500 riders made their annual pilgrimage to Llandrindod Wells for the Welsh Two Day Enduro last week.

The top riders in their class from all over the world descended on the Radnorshire Spa town with huge crowds following the race for the Dragon Trophy.

This year riders were challenged by special tests at Werngoch Farm, Saints Well and Abbeycwmhir over 260 miles during two days of action.

Devon’s Dan Mundell was the overall winner while Llanidloes’ Charlie Evans rode his Yamaha to seventh in the championship class.

In the championship sidecar class, Jonathan Williams and Neil James of Llandrindod Wells triumphed after Llanidloes pair David Williams and Simon Brown dropped time.

Wayne and Jack Mason of Llandrindod Wells finished second in the sidecar clubman class.

The veteran class saw New Radnor’s Will Lloyd triumph with Llandrindod Wells’ Bo Anderson fourth.

Meanwhile Llanidloes’ Robert Jones fended off the challenge of Llandrindod Wells’ Tom Knill to win the classic expert class.

Rhayader’s Adam James returned from injury to end fourth in the expert class and Llandrindod Wells’ Shaun Buchan won the expert E2 class while Llanidloes’ Rowan Jones was second in the veteran’s expert class.