The EWS circus rolls on to round 4 and one of the most stunning venues yet. Val di Fassa is nestled in the Italian Dolomites and home to flowing singletrack, loamy woods and a UNESCO World Heritage site. 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.
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The full course preview with Ric Mclaughlin, Chris Ball and special guest Katy Winton is out now on the Pinkbike YouTube channel. You can watch it here.
Richie Rude and Martin Maes:
Series leader Martin Maes will be missing EWS Val do Fassa after testing positive for a banned substance. Read more here.
Richie Rude will be making his retiurn to the EWS circuit at Val di Fassa. Read more here.
Kelan Grant and Sam Hill riding some tight switchbacks.
Jesse Melamed putting tires to dirt for the first time in Italy.
Sam Hill is rocking the 29er again and with Maes absent, will be hungry for his first win of the year.
Florian Nicolai rocking a brand new paint job on his Canyon Strive.
Stage 4 with Cody Kelley.
Remi Gauvin styling it up in practice.
Isabeau Courdurier racing her first 29er this weekend.
Tom Caldwell capturing some carnage from practice.
Our man on the ground Dave Trumpore capturing the beauty od the Dolomite.