Your Essential Guide to EWS Finale Ligure 2018

Sep 24, 2018 at 14:13
by Farah Ahmed  



The traditional EWS final in Finale is nearly upon us. To top what has been an incredible season of racing, riders are faced with four stages in one day, starting at Border Line, to Rocche Gianche, to Mao Crest, and finishing up on the 3km double-black diamond DH Men track. Expect the unexpected here in the sleepy Italian coastal town of Finale Ligure; the sum of their efforts from the training in the off season to the seven races prior to this one comes to a conclusion. Time to go full out flat out… time for EWS Finale Ligure.




The Course






What Happened At The Last Round



Seven mighty stages in scorching temperatures in Spain presented us with a fantastic weekend of racing in the penultimate round of the EWS. The rain stayed away but it meant the tracks were dry and the dirt was loose, with stages claiming a number of victims along the way.

In the Pro Women’s race, Cecile Ravanel won five of the seven stages to take the overall, and Isabeau Courdurier claimed a small victory by taking the final two stages of the two-day event, slotting into an all too familiar second place. It was Andreane Lanthier Nadeau who finished the race in third behind Ravanel and Courdurier, with the icing on the cake for ‘ALN’ being the victor in the urban prologue race on the afternoon of the Friday.

Unstoppable Cecile. She put enough time into the field that she had the win even with two second place stages.
The fastest ladies in Spain.

In the Pro Men’s race, Richie Rude reigned supreme and looked to have not made a mistake throughout the event. He completed the first day of racing with 12 seconds to spare over second-placed finisher Martin Maes. Maes would put in a good fight come Sunday and managed to win two of the three stages that day, however he wasn’t able to pull back such a margin of a time Rude had created. Rude would take the win by eight seconds, making it his second win of the 2018 EWS season. It would be Damien Oton who would complete the podium in third place.

Doing it for his close friend Jared Graves Richie Rude makes it two for two in Ainsa and win that means something a bit extra this weekend.
Richie Rude shares the top steps of the podium with Martin Maes and Damien Oton.





Rider Rankings


Essential Guide - EWS 2018 Finale Ligure - Standings
EWS Pro Men Rankings
Essential Guide - EWS 2018 Finale Ligure - Standings
EWS Pro Women Rankings

Top five individual rider points are awarded as follows. A full rundown of points is available in the EWS Rulebook.

• 1st = 500 points (Men) // 400 points (Women)
• 2nd = 450 points (Men) // 350 points (Women)
• 3rd = 420 points (Men) // 320 points (Women)
• 4th = 400 points (Men) // 300 points (Women)
• 5th = 390 points (Men) // 290 points (Women)





Team Rankings


Essential Guide - EWS 2018 Finale Ligure - Standings
EWS Team Rankings





The Weather Forecast


Anita Gehrig drops into the steep switchbacks that work their way down the face of Mount Carma.

Friday 28 September - Training
Sunny and a bit of cloud // High of 24°C // 0% precipitation // winds 11km/h // 17km/h gusts

Saturday 29 September - Chill Day
Generally nice. A bit of cloud, a bit of sunshine // High of 24°C // 0% precipitation // winds 13km/h // 18km/h gusts

Sunday 30 September - Race Day
Cloudy in the morning, then the sun will make an appearance // High of 21°C // 5% precipitation // winds 13km/h // 22km/h gusts

Weather forecast as of Monday 24 September. Live updates from Accuweather.





Wragg’s Predictions


“Damn you Richie Rude, you don’t make predicting winners easy, do you? As soon as I leave you off this list for a race you do that. For this weekend I will go with the form and put my chips on him to take back-to-back wins, if for no better reason than I really want to see a four-way fight next year between an in-form Rude, a healthy Dailly, Maes and Hill.

Grant Langston gave a great explanation of what Hill is facing at the end of this year’s US outdoor MX season - these guys spend so long learning to go flat out, that when you get these kind of once in a career moments when they have to ride slower than
EWS Montagnes Du Caroux
Pinkbike's EWS Predictionator
they can to protect a lead, it messes with their heads. Imagine riding with "don’t crash" looping in your head, I’m pretty sure I would end up in the first ditch. Hill only needs 10 points to secure the title, 89th, which for him is basically not crashing and I don’t think anyone doubts that will manage that, but it’s worth keeping this perspective in mind that no matter what his final spot on Sunday, there is a lot more that will go into his ride this weekend than we will see on the surface.

As for the rest of the podium this weekend, I think Oton and Maes are solid bets. They took second and third in Ainsa and have both won this race (Maes '16, Oton '17), so form is definitely on their side. I reckon when it comes down to it, the young Belgian will have the speed to hold off the Catalan Eagle.

My math was out last time and it turns out Cecile still needs 50 points from Finale to wrap up the title. I think we are at a point where the points awarded should be re-considered. Don’t get me wrong, Courdurier has had an impressive season, but she has consistently been second to Ravanel. The way things break down, if Cecile were to DNF, then Isabeau would take the title, if she won, and that somehow doesn’t seem like a great way to win a world title. If you win 7 out of 8 rounds, you should probably get the title. However, with the title still on the line, I would expect Ravanel and Courdurier to carry on with business as usual, taking the first and second spots. I actually think the more interesting betting is on Ravanel and what she plans to do next year. After all, she is the same age as Minnaar, but, much like him, she is showing little sign of slowing down and the question is not whether she is going to take up a comfy chair and relax, but if she wins three titles is she going to focus on a new challenge, like World Cup DH and Crankworx events.

For the third step of the women’s podium, I think we will see a battle between Katy Winton who is trying to hold onto third in the series, Noga Korem, Anita Gehrig and Andreane Lanthier-Nadeau, who will all be looking for a strong finish to the year. If I had to call it, I think Korem and Gehrig are not quite consistent with their pace, Winton seems to have peaked at the beginning of the season, but Lanthier-Nadeau seems to be on a rising tide, with ever-improving results since her return from injury and the confidence of a podium one week earlier.”


PRO MEN
1 // Richie RUDE
2 // Martin MAES
3 // Damien OTON

PRO WOMEN
1 // Cecile RAVANEL
2 // Isabeau COURDURIUR
3 // Andreane LANTHIER-NADEAU





What Happened Here Last Time Round?

Last year’s race was down to the wire and there was a huge turn out of riders - 500 in total - who raced over 100km in two days, ending their challenge at the lapping blue shore of Finale’s Mediterranean beachfront.

In the Pro Women’s race, Cecile Ravanel would lay down an impressive performance, taking the podium as well as the championship title. Meanwhile, Isabeau Courdurier and Katy Winton would battle it out throughout the weekend, with Courdurier eventually prevailing over Winton, taking the second podium spot, with Winton in third.

In the Pro Men’s, everyone was closely watching how the final day would pan out as it was neck and neck between Sam Hill and Adrien Dailly. It would be a mere few seconds between them in the final stage on the second day, and the Australian and DH legend would make his mark on the world of enduro by securing enough time that would slot him into third and take the overall EWS world championship win. Meanwhile, it was Damien Oton who flew to the top step, followed by Martin Maes in second spot.



With the fight for the overall championship dominating much of the commentary this weekend let s not forget who took top honors in the season s final battle. Damien Oton flanked by Martin Maes and Sam Hill in Finale.
Cecile took top honors once again this year while Isabeau and Katy fought a close battle just behind for second and third.





Previous Winners In Finale Ligure

PRO MEN
2017 // Damien OTON // FRA
2016 // Martin MAES // BEL
2015 // Jared GRAVES // AUS
2014 // Fabien BAREL // FRA
2013 // Jerome CLEMENTZ // FRA
PRO WOMEN
2017 // Cecile RAVANEL // FRA
2016 // Cecile RAVANEL // FRA
2015 // Tracy MOSELEY // GBR
2014 // Anne-Caroline CHAUSSON // FRA
2013 // Tracy MOSELEY // GBR





Must Know, Must See, Must Do

Finale Ligure is one of several coastal towns in the Gulf of Genoa in Liguria, north-western Italy. The town itself is nestled at the base of a steep limestone mountain on the famous Italian Riviera. Beaches, open-air dining, and picture-postcard views welcome tourists from around the world throughout the year thanks to its warm Mediterranean climate.

Finale Ligure is divided into a number of districts, each with its own notable features, from the palm tree-lined seaside promenade, to the narrow streets of the old walled Medieval town. Further up on the slopes overlooking the sea, you’ll find a plateau of cultivated and partly-cultivated land; a juxtaposition of where nature’s forests meets man’s mechanical hand, the latter of which traces a history back to Roman and Medieval times.

Archeological evidence points to us humans being around what is now Finale Ligure as far back as the Neolithic times, and then the Romans made their mark and it’s believed the area marked the border between two Ligurian tribes; the Intermelii and the Sabatii. The Romans built up ports and fortifications in the area to protect this soft underbelly of the coastline against invaders coming in from the sea.

The 10th century saw the first recording of Finale Ligure as a town and during the subsequent few hundred years it was ruled by different powerful families, and it would be under Spanish rule by the beginning of the 17th century. The Finale area was subsumed into the Kingdom of Sardinia in the early 19th century and in fact at the time was made up of several small communes, and through the passage of time, there would be just three left.

Just a casual liaison through old villas. No biggie.
2017 EWS Finals Finale Ligure Itlay - Practice Photo Epic

Among the various mountain bike trails and rock climbing routes, there’s plenty of history to hunt out, including several castles, forts (Castel San Giovanni, Castel Gavone), and churches (Church of Santa Maria di Pia, Basilica of St. John the Baptist), all with fragments of heritage on show, such as 13th century bell towers or 12th century crypts).

No matter where you go in Finale the views are fine.





#ewsfinaleligure








The Schedule

Friday 28 September
• 08:00-11:00 // Training - Stage 1
• 09:30-13:00 // Training - Stage 2
• 11:00-14:30 // Training - Stage 3
• 12:00-16:00 // Training - Stage 4

Saturday 29 September
• No main EWS events scheduled

Sunday 30 September
• 07:30-17:30 // Race - Stages 1-4
• TBC // Pasta Party
• TBC // Awards
• TBC // Closing Party

It’s one last grab to get that killer shot for our team of photographers and videographers covering the Enduro World Series for this year. For all the latest news, including results and stories from the mountainside, keep your eyes peeled on Pinkbike over the weekend.

You can also catch the all the riders’ times as they progress through the stages on both days via the EWS live timing feature.

Life s a beach here in Finale Ligure.
One of the best spots to end a tough race. Beach time.


MENTIONS: @Fahhhmed / @EnduroWorldSeries / @mattwragg / @davetrumpore / @rossbellphoto



68 Comments

  • + 24
 Lol at thinking Hill isnt used to mental preperation. Its not like he won multiple championships and world champs in DH. Hill Rude Maes
  • + 1
 Hill talked about not riding flat out when he did track walk with Adam aswell lol, that's his game plan for EWS in a nutshell. Completely different to his WCDH style.
  • + 5
 @TobiasHandcock: pretty when he says he’s not riding flat out, that has to be taken with a grain of salt
  • + 1
 Sam Hill: Not riding flat out.
Translation: Still faster than any mortal and will be using flat pedals to win medals but will try not to "wash 'er out".
  • + 11
 I agree with Dailly being one of the title contenders next year - the guy is still super young (like Maes) but has a sharp precision to his riding and pretty amazing skills. Flies under the radar a bit, even though he lead the series for most of last year and put a serious challenge to Hill.
  • + 3
 Got stuck under a tree during a downpour last year in Whistler with him. He was transferring and we were just on a chill ride. The language barrier was huge but we still had a good chat with him, nice kid.
  • + 11
 Only one day of racing this year ? Disappointing
  • + 18
 I would imagine it's an athlete-led decision. I know the last time they did Ainsa to Finale it was a brutal week without enough time to really recover between races when you start practice on Thursday, so clearly the consensus is that it was a bit too much last time. You have to appreciate that it's an 8-9 hour drive between the two and travel days don't really count as rest days.
  • + 18
 @mattwragg: -- please try to explain to my boss that 3 days off between every work day is not enough Smile
  • + 5
 @larnomx: Easy, just change jobs and race ews for a living.
  • + 2
 @mattwragg: It's not like they are in their 10th day of the Tour Divide or 3rd week of Tour de France either.
  • + 8
 Why are the points possible totals between men and women different? Wouldn’t it be easier to keep it all the same value per position
  • + 4
 The woman series it has always been one rider quite stronger than the others. .. with lower point they ensure the overall winner is not decided mid season and the race for the other spots is acessible to more riders.
  • + 8
 If Maes wins then doesn't Hill need at least 60 points? (not 10)?
  • + 4
 Yeah, 44th or higher for 75 points, putting him 5 above Maes. Or Martin has to come second or first to win the overall.
  • + 4
 How come the performances of both Florian Nicolai and Dimitri Tordo fly under the radar?

Both of these guys are consistently at the sharp end but get almost zero coverage. All this chat about Richie Rude but he's down in 10th position overall.
  • + 4
 Fair point...they both are super consistent.

Still, it is pretty rare to see them on podium while Rude has won 2 races this year and is in the top 10 with a DNF and a finish in the 50’s...not to mention that he is a 2 time overall winner. Perhaps that garners a bit more coverage than a couple of 4th place finishes between them?
  • + 1
 Flo was my bet for third last time out. Dmitri has had an amazing season, but I don’t see him podiuming this year, hopefully next year with his rate of progress.
  • + 4
 I wanna see rude race elite DH next year when the schedule allows. But too bad yeti don't make a DH bike. Because if he has no mechanical and on form no one can touch him not even maes.
  • + 14
 I'm sure they can pull an old 303 off the wall in the Yeti office! Smile
  • - 6
flag jozefk (Sep 26, 2018 at 12:54) (Below Threshold)
 "Because if he has no mechanical and on form no one can touch him not even maes."

Funny joke!
  • + 5
 @Trailstunter: Did he not just prove that was true at the last race?
  • + 3
 Hill passed him but did not touch him
  • + 1
 @mkotowski1: Richie has age on his side compared to hill.
  • + 3
 @Trailstunter: don't let facts get in the way of your bias.
  • - 4
flag jozefk (Sep 26, 2018 at 23:17) (Below Threshold)
 @Elitecaleb: nope.. that was of 1 stagewin only... the first...
H
Rude gets scared only by smelling a rain cloud. Maes even gets better when it rains..
  • + 4
 @Trailstunter: still making things up I see. @Trailstunter: you bias doesn't excuse facts, so here's one. Olargues, the roughest ews of the season, super muddy and rained both days... Who won? Richie Rude ;-)

It's pretty clear you love Martin and are a fan and want to see him do well. That's great, but don't be the fan who trash talks everyone everyone else in the process.
  • + 2
 @davetrumpore: “but don't be the fan who trash talks everyone everyone else in the process“

Truth.
  • - 10
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 6:54) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: Heyyyyyy Davy is back!! Where have you been, missed you man!

Still on the Rude and Yeti groupie band wagon I see?
Are you paid by them? Or you are trying to get a free bike Razz
  • - 4
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 6:57) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: Oh and Olargues was no mud fest.... compare these vids:

Olargues 2018, complete clean and sunny... a bit of dirt, but rain race? No way!

www.pinkbike.com/news/video-highlights-from-ews-olargues-france.html


Milau 2017, Rude was nothing, now that was wet:

www.youtube.com/watch?v=85X2bAyb38k
  • + 0
 @Trailstunter: still making stuff up and arguing with people who were actually there I see. Go watch the video you posted starting at 7:30 through 9:00 and pay attention to the commetary and visuals, especially towards the end.

And here's a photo of the pouring rain that came down for the last two stages of the first day and continued into the night, making day two ridiculously slippery ;-)

m.pinkbike.com/photo/15893189

Facts matter kiddo
  • - 2
 @davetrumpore: @davetrumpore: Towards the end yeah... the rest is no rain Davy Wink And it was a two day race...

It was nothing compared to the EWS Wetseries of 2017 where your homeboy and sponsor Richie was nothing...
Rain is not where he shines.. he is a great rider... massive respect for him, but in the rain, he is on a different level...
And that is what is not happening to Maes and Dailly.. facts Davy boy Wink

Oh and I see you copied my kiddo thingy, and you start following my posts... funny, a total new obsession... nice to have this impact on you Wink
  • + 1
 @Trailstunter: since you don't seem to understand civil conversation I figured I would dumb it down to your level. But since that doesn't work I'll go back to speaking to you like an adult.

It seems you really do have no idea do you ? You heard the term "Enduro Wet Series" to describe some rainy races on the internet. Did you know though that most races were actually sunny and it's a reference to the rain that also happened during many of the practice days? Just riders kidding around about a day out in the rain again, even if it was on the Thursday or Friday of practice? It's rained in some way shape or form at so many ews races over the last 6 years that is too many to keep track of, but only actually rained during the racing in Millau and Tasmania, and for the part of Rotorua (the rest have just been passing showers that make everything nice and slick, especially when the sun starts to dry it). At all these various races a variety of riders have done well and other poorly, but in no real sense or order. One guy will crush it in the rain one weekend and struggle the next (hill in Colombia vs. France this year for example)

And at the real mud fests... The guy you said just gets better and better as the other guy gets worse? Yeah, he wasn't on the podium at any of those rounds.

To make blanket statements that some rider is scared of rain to bolster up the guy you like is just plain rude and idiotic. No one wins two overall championships in ews, junior worlds and WC DH, and nearly the most individual EWS round wins if they are "scared" or bad at riding in all conditions. So why don't feel the need to make up some nnarrative in order to try to knock them down a peg or two? Any single Enduro World Series round covers just about every imaginable condition, and the riders at the top perform in all of them.

Why have you just come out if the woodwork in this site these past few days as an outsoiken authority on the EWS? And why always to brag about one rider and slam others to prove your point... Even going so far as to make things up like saying the courses were changed, bla bla bla?

It's not about me being a fan of a particular rider. It's about a level of respect for all the men and women at the top of the sport who are all on a level that is mind blowing. Your crass and arrogant statements fly in that face of this and maked a mockery of their efforts. All from the anonymity of your keyboard, without ever speaking to any riders face to face or seeing them perform in person.

Martin Mae's sporsmanship is next level and maybe you as his fan should try to act the same. He would be embarrassed to have someone like you cheering for him at the expense of other riders.

Grow up or just stop posting your petty nonsense in every EWS thread.
  • - 6
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 11:17) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: wow a 1000 words.... You must really have some enormous obsession for me!
Too much words to read for me... You are pretty emotional and very predictable, that is for sure!

You try to know me, but you don't and that irritates you... you try to push me in some box... but effortless...
I love it to see how freaked out you get only cause I touch your idol, your god's, your holy brands...

Now you even try to get Maes in the thing and tell me that he would be against me.. OMG mate.. you are soooo funny... I bet that when you had a fight at school, cause of your big mouth....you would get your biggest mate to fight for you... Razz
  • + 1
 We seem to have next level idiot right here. "I'm not going to read the argument because it's too long, so I'll just go make up a bunch of insults"

Seriously ... Wtf is wrong with you?

You just scream louder in every thread the more people show you that you are wrong or out of line. Why? Your arguments get more obsurd and insulting the further you dig yourself into your little troll cave. Why?

All those downvotes on all your comment in every thread, those should be a hint that's it's you who has some problems to work out before you can join the adults in the room here.

Enjoy your trolling Rhudi. You provide no value to the PB community and are just a lowly internet troll trying to pick fights as a 40 year old man behind a keyboard.

Sad
  • - 4
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 11:58) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: you cannot insult what you don't know... and you are just not smart enough for that Davy...
That you dig in my profile.. abuse your PB rights.. does not change a thang to that ...
It only shows how obsessed you are cause you got backfire from some person that is not lying on his knees to praise the PB community...
Tough luck nooby... no skills needed to shoot with modern camera's nowaday's... problably get paid poor too Wink
  • + 0
 @Trailstunter: right, yeah... you show up in articles I'm tagged in and you tag my name directly... I don't have to look anywhere for you or go digging.

Unfortunately you seem to just be there all in your own.

Good tactic though. Still short in facts, can't have an adult discussion or argument, so just go to the schoolboy childish level insults like petty little troll.

But those last lines above... Gems
May have disturbed the neighbors laughing so hard.

The last words all yours though kiddo since I know you can't help yourself... Can't wait to see what you close this argument out with.

Make it count Rhudi.
  • - 4
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 12:38) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: analysing, obsesive behavior, narcisism .. mate you are in trouble ... search for professional help

And funny that you think my name is there and still... you cannot write it... kiddo.. hope you can still sleep.. skinny dude :p
  • + 1
 @Trailstunter: skinny dude? Come in your can do better... Do you really think I'm insulted or self conscious about being fit and in shape from being a cyclist my whole life? I mean most of the riders you follow are more "skinny"

I'll give you another shot but it's your last one... Ready set go

Lay it me and maybe we can give your account a little break after (like your buddy Mollow).
  • - 4
flag jozefk (Sep 27, 2018 at 12:48) (Below Threshold)
 Whahaha... freaky Davy is bombing me with inbox messages again....how obsessed... here is is, showing his penis length to try to prove points. Luckily I learned a proffesion that earns real money.....

Messsge of tha freak: so we know why he in on the band wagon....

Since you asked about money in an attempt to insult me ...

My commercial day rate is $2500 for on off client shoots

For events I charge clients $800 -$1500 per event. For a WC or EWS I carry 10-11 clients.... There are 16 events a year for those two series.

Get out your calculations and add that up.

Oh... I also take 6-7 months off a year and just go in holiday.

As usual you didn't have your facts straight before you ran your mouth did you Rhudi.
  • + 1
 @Trailstunter: well ya brought it up in an attempt to insult me in a public forum. So I answered your inquiry in private like an adult.

You really are a next level a*shole arent you?

And those are the same rates used by all my colleagues so it's not exactly a secret or some mystery.

What's your point here
  • - 3
 @davetrumpore: my point... you just play hard ball, but in business your rates are laughable... good night freaky stalker
  • + 6
 @Trailstunter: it's hard to win an argument with a smart person. It's impossible to win against an idiot. You're the latter.
  • - 1
 @Riwajc: whaha... dont't mix your opinion with facts...
  • + 0
 @davetrumpore: ahhh you are trying to get me blocked huh? Talking in the we form again, like I said... picking a fight and let your big friends solve it...
  • + 2
 @Trailstunter: shut the f@uk up you stupid retard
  • + 0
 @Riwajc: Now that is not a nice thing to say... you naughty little kiddo... Razz
  • + 2
 This seems short for the area in regards to timed stages (not climbing though) and a lot of great trails and areas are not included. Heard from several locals when I was there this past July that this is also the last time EWS will finish in Finale. Shame that it goes out like this instead of hitting some of the classic trails besides DH Man.
  • + 4
 Trophy of Nations there next year as the 'last event' in the schedule?
  • + 4
 ooh that RAAW Madonna 3
  • + 2
 Only 4 stages and 48km ? Looks to me a 'world serie' event should have twice that amount of riding in two days.
  • + 1
 1 or 2 Training days , rest, 1 or 2 race days. That rest day is highly appreciate by a lot of people especially after 2 big training days.
  • - 2
 Slightly more interested in the ews with every season and they have a longer season right? That’s nice. I follow this lad called Yoann and he seems cool, Hill wins everything? And they use trail bikes? Howmydoing?
Please feel free to share essential knowledge, are there any how to enduro vids I should watch?
  • + 3
 No quote?
  • + 2
 Where can I get one of these essential guides books?
  • - 2
 How exactly does this EWS work? The uphills are not timed.. but the riders still have to climb? Anyone able to explain a little better to me? Climbing on those enduro bikes don’t seem like a very sweet.
  • + 5
 No explanation needed, you nailed it. Enduro bikes climb just fine, you just have to pedal.
  • + 2
 Good question I’ve wondered the same thing, now seeing how the are doing basically 50 kilometers i realize that by making you cover that kind of distance you are forced to ride a bike that climbs and descends else you’d be dead from trying to ride 50 km on a downhill bike
  • + 3
 Pretty much this. You must look at enduro like rallying. In a car rally the drivers have to do a long course with a number of checkpoints they have to reach within a time limit. Then in the middle of that course are a few closed course timed stages that makes the classification.
  • + 3
 @mkotowski1: You have to reach the start line of the timed downhills so it's not like you aren't entirely constrained in time.
  • + 1
 Can racers ride and train on Saturday?
  • + 1
 No it's just one training run per stage...New rule for this season. But i guess walking the stages is allowed
  • + 0
 Is there a spectator/VIP pass we should buy if we are watching?
  • - 2
 Too bad only 1 race day... Hoped for a full weekend... Will go to Finale in 1st week of November, looking forward to ride there again!
  • - 2
 Rider nr 8 in the womens is called Flow. think about it. Or don´t.
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