Fantasy Enduro League Results: Who Won the Final Round & the Grand Prize

Sep 26, 2022
by Pinkbike Staff  


The results are in for the final round of the Enduro Fantasy League. See who took home the prize for the best team this round and check out how you did in the Global ranking after an intense battle for the grand prize.




Overall Winner: Fantasy Enduro League




Grand Prize
Season Overall

For the grand prize, Maxxis teamed up with Ibis to kick start your enduro career! Ibis is providing their Ripmo AF with a NGX build and Maxxis will make sure your first couple seasons of racing go smoothly with 24 tires of your choice in addition to a boat load of team Maxxis swag!




Final Round Prize
Loudenvielle, France

@quentinarnaud 's Round 8 team
First Place:

@quentinarnaud picked the best team for this round and received 855 points and walks away with three sets of Maxxis tires, including two Assegais, two Shortys and two Dissectors along with some swag to keep you looking fresh on your way to the trails.




IMPORTANT: Teams created at a time after races have occurred will not be eligible to backlog points that riders would have accrued from previous races, but it's still worth creating a team since there are great prizes to be won each round!

2022 Race Schedule:


EWS Tweed Valley 4 June 2022 Innerleithen, GBR
EWS Petzen Jamnica 18 June 2022 Petzen Jamnica, SLO
EWS Val Di Fassa Trentino 25 June 2022 Canazei, ITA
EWS Whistler 6 August 2022 Whistler, CAN
EWS Burke 13 August 2022 Burke Vermont, USA
EWS Sugarloaf 20 August 2022 Sugarloaf Maine, USA
EWS Crans-Montana 17 September 2022 Crans-Montana, SUI
EWS Loudenvielle 24 September 2022 Loudenvielle, FRA

Good luck!







31 Comments

  • 57 1
 Who pats a crotch?
  • 18 0
 Joe. Joe Mama
  • 3 0
 how do you feel, just tell us
  • 9 0
 Dang Son! Enjoy your new ride and make sure to give yourself a big AF pat on your....back.
  • 2 0
 Pat McCrotch does…
  • 3 0
 I think he’s Buster Cherry’s cousin.
  • 1 0
 I thought PatMcCrotch was dead? That guy is a legend
  • 7 0
 A name even Dick Pound would be proud of.
  • 3 0
 Jack Makokov approves
  • 25 0
 Win for everyone today! Pat gets the bike, and the rest of us get a great laugh from the large font winner announcement!
  • 19 0
 Honestly having 'PatMcCrotch' in big bold wording at the top of the article must be an equal, if not better, feeling than winning the grand prize
  • 2 26
flag valrock (Sep 26, 2022 at 9:49) (Below Threshold)
 oh north American humor... ass, farts and etc... soooooo funy
  • 1 0
 @valrock: what else is there to laugh about??
  • 8 0
 Jimmy0, Ella owes you dinner.
  • 1 0
 Damn, so close once again!
  • 3 0
 @maroski: yet so far
  • 7 1
 username checks out...
  • 6 1
 Do they win the Maxxis with the white logo or the yellow logo?
  • 4 0
 its so sad that pat was recently diagnosed with ligma
  • 4 0
 Especially after he just recovered from Bofa
  • 4 0
 Love this game !
  • 2 0
 I was so close to winning...just Five Thousand Nine Hundred Ninety Eight positions out of 1st place.
  • 1 0
 Since Ibis' aluminium bikes are currently on sale, they should pick a random guy in the participants to all rounds and give a second bike.
  • 2 0
 @PatMcCrotch wins? This shits rigged!
  • 1 0
 I hope it's an AF with factory suspension like the pic and not a throw away fork
  • 1 0
 The build is stated in the article
  • 2 0
 Honestly, who cares on a free bike? Even if you want to replace the fork, you get a complete bike for the price of a fork (and minus the money you earn selling the old one).
  • 1 0
 Are there still "throw away forks" these days? Considering how much fun (and scary moments) I had back in the day on a fork with a coil spring and no damping whatsoever back when I started out (RS Judy TT), I'm pretty sure you can have amazing fun (and probably even fewer scary moments) with anything bikes are supplied with these days. What would you call a throw away fork? RS Silver, X Fusion, Suntour? I'm pretty sure you can still have a mighty blast with any of these. You may or may not want to replace such a fork at some point, but even then you're still going to make an eager kid really happy with it if you just give or sell it rather than throw it away.

I would expect more people would get upset by the cassette and HG hub body (considering they call it a "NGX" build) but even there, HG body implies that it can be used for an actually affordable drivetrain. XD and Microspline is always going to cost more than you need. If you don't like NX but do like the range, slap Microshift on it and be happy ever after.
  • 1 1
 @vinay: All bikes are fun. All forks are fun. I get it. No, it's not a throw away, i exaggerate when I want to prove a point.
What it is, is a bait and switch showing a fox factory 38 fork and then putting a coil fork that only comes with a medium spring in it. and it's $45 to try a different one. And theirs only 4 to choose from.
They're leagues apart in price, performance and adjustments.
  • 1 0
 does anyone know how we receive our prize, haven't received any info since the release. Thanks
  • 2 1
 855 with a zero?! Haha, nice job!





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