Race Report from the Miranda Racing Team at EWS Round 1 in Rotorua

Mar 26, 2019
by Miranda Bike Parts  
Miranda Racing Team s Karim Amour takes command of the lead at Round 1 of the 2019 Enduro World Series photo kikeabelleira

Words by: Miranda Racing Team

The first round of the 2019 Enduro World Series stopped in Rotorua, New Zealand where the team showed good form with a victory in the men's Master 40+, and two second place stages in the Elite category.

photo kikeabelleira

In the elite category, Jose Borges earned two formidable second-place finishes, the first in stage 1 and the other in stage 5, where he narrowly missed first place by a slim 0.66. More importantly, Borges closed out the event in 11th place. He demonstrated good speed and, without a series of crashes in the other stages, Borges would have easily landed in the top 5.

Alex Cure had a solid race but could have ridden a bit more aggressively to do better than 32nd place.

photo kikeabelleira

In men's Master 40+ category, Karim Amour won the overall event by capturing three wins out of five stages. Amour scored an extra 30 points by winning the queen stage. With this victory, Amour announced that he plans to keep his crown by doing a threepeat!

Miranda Racing Team rounds up 5th place in the teams competition in Round 1 of the EWS photo kikeabelleira

With the results of round 1 of the 2019 Enduro World Series, the Miranda Racing Team steps into 5th place in the team rankings. Compared to bigger teams like Giant, Trek, Specialized or Yeti, Miranda will confidently head to round 2 in Derby, Tasmania, Australia this Sunday, March 31 in a mighty attempt to dethrone higher-ranked teams from GT, Rocky Mountain, Ibis, and Canyon.

For full results, visit https://www.enduroworldseries.com/


MENTIONS: @mirandabikeparts



5 Comments

  • + 5
 two second places, only beaten by the almighty maes, and not a word in the highlghts!!
  • + 5
 Go Borges! This is your year...
  • + 2
 Great write up. Goodluck with the season.
This article jogged my memory about the Scottish guy who is planning on doing the entire masters series....Anyone know how he got on?
  • + 2
 Michael Clyne - 9th
  • + 1
 @skill7: thanks for the message.

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