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Colorado Freeride Festival Day 2 - Enduro Stages 1 and 2
Jul 27, 2013
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With bad weather forecast, everybody was more than happy to see this in the morning instead of what we saw yesterday afternoon.
The Winter Park lift crew keep a clean house despite the daily onslaught of dirty mountain bikers.
And as you can see, there are many riders waiting for their ride to the top.
The number 2 plays a very big role in Nicolas Vouilloz's life. He is currently in the second overall position. Today he started from the second position and ended up second after two stages of racing.
Almost too fast for the photographer. Brian Buell came in with number 49 and ended up with 4th place. That's nothing to sneeze at.
Jared Graves had some technical issues and has to be content with one of the last places.
American racers had a strong showing today, among them Specialized's Curtis Keene, who was racing on his Enduro 29er.
Relaxing on the lift yesterday paid off, allowing Rene Wildhaber to reach a decent 5th place.
Aaron Bradford is BMC's hope for the first podium after Francois Bailly Maitre broke his collarbone in Val d'Allos.
Tobias Woggon, also from the BMC trailcrew had a flat on stage two. He said, "Stage 2 was by far the worst choice for a flat tire."
Fabien Barel turned 33 today and gave himself a present with his 3rd place.
After the rocky section on stage 2, Jerome Clementz had to pedal hard to claim the lead.
There she is...Anne Caroline "the hungry wolf" Chausson.
Photographers lurk everywhere. Ines Thoma knows that and shows her best behavior with the 4th place.
That wasn't what Cecile Ravanel was looking for, but a flat on stage 1 forced her into the 30th position of day 1.
Nico Lau was also looking for a better placement, but perhaps the competitors are stronger than he expected.
Try to find the two riders in this picture.
Looks like an exhausting task. But seriously, the marshals are crucial to ensure a safe and smooth race.
If this course marshal would turn around, he could see this panorama of the Rocky Mountains.
Like a rock. SRAM knows how to represent the American way of mountain biking.
Jerome Clementz has many reasons to smile.
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- Philip Ruopp
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(Jul 27, 2013 at 1:10)
Great black and white pic of a custom painted bike....
(Jul 27, 2013 at 9:41)
That looks cool I think I'm going up there since its a block away and I can hear the music at my house
(Jul 27, 2013 at 12:40)
Nico's bike looks stealthy
(Jul 27, 2013 at 0:47)
Jerome is flying at the moment!
(Jul 27, 2013 at 1:27)
nice one Rene Wildhaber.....podium in sight
(Jul 27, 2013 at 14:19)
Go USA! Glad we got a race on home turf this year.
(Jul 27, 2013 at 14:58)
Glad to see Trestle finally getting the attention it deserves!!
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