The first round of the Enduro World Series in Rotorua may have only just wrapped up, but the circus has already moved on to Tasmania, Australia. Take a look at all the goings on from teams and riders on social media. Follow @pinkbike on Instagram for more.
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Following the Enduro World Series live can be a struggle with remote stages and hundreds of riders tackling trails at the same time.
But this year Polygon rider Dan Wolfe will be bringing you behind the scenes action from each round LIVE through the Pinkbike Instagram stories. Find what's going down on course during training and race day through our 'Gram. Be sure to follow @pinkbike
to keep up with the action.
The full course preview with Ric Mclaughlin and Chris Ball is out now on the Pinkbike YouTube channel. You can watch it here.
Tom Caldwell Capturing Dusty Action:
Tom Caldwell has been capturing clips from the first day of practice.
The Pivot team training for Rampage while in Madeira?
Martin Maes' Wings:
Since the last EWS in Derby, Martin Maes has got himself a shiny new helmet.
Keegan Wright soaking up the epic views in Madeira.
Ines Thoma's new Canyon Strive soaking up some sun.
Jill Kinter confirms she will not be racing the Madeira EWS.
Jesse Melamed getting to grips with the trails in Madeira.
Joe Barnes and the Hazzard Racing team will be at their first EWS of the year.
Track walk is underway! Stay tuned for more updates from the EWS Madeira.
There have been plenty of injuries plaguing the EWS circus since Derby, with Katy Winton, Ruaridh Cunningham, Greg Callaghan, Joe Nation and Lewis Buchanan missing this round.