Photo Report: Day 1 of EWS Chile

Mar 24, 2018 at 18:32
by Dave Trumpore  




Today, the 2018 Enduro World Series kicked off just the way in ended 6 months ago on the beach in Finale Ligure. And while the venue here in the Andes Mountains could not be any more different, the result sheet sure looks very familiar with Sam Hill and Cecile Ravanel leading the charge in Lo Barnechea, Chile. With a venue as epic as the one we have this weekend, it comes as no surprise that the day's racing action was right there to match.

Sam Hill would finish the day with a 19 second lead over second placed Adrien Dailly, with Martin Maes back in third. Richie Rude however was on a mission from the start to turn around the disappointment of 2017, convincingly taking the lead on stage 1. Unfortunately a front puncture on the 11km long stage two cost him dearly but he still came back with authority to win the third stage of the day. Despite being way down on the result sheet, it is certainly safe to say the two-time World Champ is back.

In the women's race Cecile Ravanel proved why she's the reigning World Champion, winning all three stages and putting 56 seconds into closest rival, Isabeau Courdurier. Katy Winton lies in third, and it is currently a career best for Bex Baraona, who lies in fourth on her first outing for her new team, Ibis Cycles Enduro Race Team.

Tomorrow, racers will roll the dice once again over three more very long, rough and dusty stages. While the running order looks pretty sorted right now, anything can happen here on the slopes of the Andes, and no lead, no matter how big, is safe.


Those knobs are probably dreading a second helping of torture tomorrow.
Those knobs are probably dreading the helping of torture they are about to endure

The champ sits in first at the end of day one but will Dailly close down the gap
The champ rolls out of the start gate to get things started for 2018

Pedro Burns the Chilean favorite heads out to stage 3. Burns sits in thirteenth after day one.
Pedro Burns, the Chilean favorite heads out for the day

Jesse Melamed hit the deck yesterday and is riding taped up today. He might be feeling pain but he s still smiling an sits in fifth despite the injury.
Jesse Melamed hit the deck yesterday and is riding taped up today. He might be feeling pain, but he's still smiling and sits in fifth despite the injury.

Eddie Masters came out swinging with a 3rd on stage 1.
Eddie Masters full gas for a 3rd on stage 1.

Adam Morse ignores the epic views as he drops in to stage 1.
Adam Morse ignores the epic views as he drops in to stage 1.

Richie Rude came out swinging with a win on stage 1.
Richie Rude came out swinging with a win on stage 1.

Pedro Burns is the top Chilean racer after day 1 in 13th.
Pedro Burns is the top Chilean racer after day 1 in 13th.

Robin Walner is on a good one in 4th and is just 10 seconds off the pace for his first ever podium finish.
Robin Wallner is on a good one in 4th, and is just 10 seconds off the pace for his first ever podium finish.

What a day for Shawn Neer taking 6th on the biggest EWS stage ever raced and finishing the day in that same position.
What a day for Shawn Neer, taking 6th on the biggest EWS stage ever raced and finishing the day in that same position.

Despite a puncture at the top of stage 3 Jared Graves is still in the running with a 7th overall on the day.
Despite a puncture at the top of stage 3, Jared Graves is still in the running with a 7th overall on the day.

Big crowds lined the rocky steeps at the end of stage two.
Big crowds lined the rocky steeps at the end of stage two.

Bex Barona was on a mission today. Barona finished the day in fourth after much passing.
Bex Baraona was on a mission today. Barona finished the day in fourth after much passing.

Sam Hill crushing the rocky steeps of stage two. Hill won stage two and sits in the overall lead.
Sam Hill crushing the rocky steeps of stage two. Hill won stage two, and sits in the overall lead.

Two Aussies make their way back up to the race village after stage two.
Two Aussies make their way back up to the race village after stage two.

Martin Maes sits in third after day one with two fourth place finishes and a fifth place on stage two.
Martin Maes sits in third after day one with two fourth place finishes and a fifth place on stage two.

Marco Osborne was playing the calm cool and collected card today trying to keep it smooth and consistent. The strategy paid off as Marco sits in ninth after day one.
Marco Osborne was playing the calm cool and collected card today trying to keep it smooth and consistent. The strategy paid off as Marco sits in ninth after day one.

20th today for Theo Galy.
20th today for Theo Galy.

Flow Espinheira trying to find her flow down the very long stage 2.
Flow Espineira trying to find her flow down the very long stage 2.

Once again it is Cecile Ravanel on top of the Women s result sheet.
Once again it is Cecile Ravanel on top of the Women's result sheet.

Isabeau Courdurier is sitting in her familiar 2nd spot behind Cecile Ravanel.
Isabeau Courdurier is sitting in her familiar 2nd spot behind Cecile Ravanel.

Joe Barnes drifts about on the moon dust on the top of stage 1.
Joe Barnes drifts about on the moon dust on the top of stage 1.

Picking up where he left off Sam Hill is on top of the leader board after day 1.
Picking up where he left off, Sam Hill is on top of the leader board after day 1.

It was a big day out there in the heat and stage 2 took it out of everyone
It was a big day out there in the heat, and stage 2 took a lot out of everyone,

Just 5 weeks after scaphoid surgery Remi Gauvin is back at it and racing the rowdiest EWS to date.
Just 5 weeks after scaphoid surgery, Remi Gauvin is back at it and racing the rowdiest EWS to date.

Jesse Melamed carbs up after stage 2 with a bucket of potatoes.
Jesse Melamed carbs up after stage 2 with a bucket of potatoes.

Katy Winton sits in third after day one. She want s to move up tomorrow can she edge Isabeau out of second
Katy Winton sits in third after day one. She wants to move up tomorrow, can she edge Isabeau out of second?

Jared Graves Slid his way to seventh in the dust today. Can Grubby move up tomorrow we will have to wait and see.
Jared Graves slid his way to seventh in the dust today. Can Grubby move up tomorrow? We will have to wait and see.

5th on the day for Ines Thoma.
5th on the day for Ines Thoma.

Cecile Ravanel came out to take a clean sweep of all three stages today. Isabeau sits about a minute behind her at the moment.
Cecile Ravanel came out to take a clean sweep of all three stages today. Isabeau sits about a minute behind her at the moment.

Out to prove he s still the fastest. Richie Rude punishing the trails on day one.
Out to prove he's still the fastest. Richie Rude punishing the trails on day one.

Adrien Dailly sits in second after day one 19.20 seconds off Hill. Can he take the win away from the champ
Adrien Dailly sits in second after day one, 19.20 seconds off Hill. Can he take the win away from the champ?

It was a long hard day out. Katy Winton gassed at the end of day one.
It was a long hard day out. Katy Winton gassed at the end of day one.

Stage 2 was a destroyer and more than a few mechanics were banging dented wheels back in place so riders could carry on without penalty.
Stage 2 was a destroyer, and more than a few mechanics were banging dented wheels back in place so riders could carry on without penalty.

Despite a flat taking his out of the running on stage 2 Richie Rude was upbeat and excited to be back on the pace. Two stage wins out of three shows he is one it this year.
Despite a flat taking him out of the running on stage 2, Richie Rude was upbeat and excited to be back on the pace. Two stage wins out of three shows he is on it this year.

Sam gets a run down of the times after stage two. He knows After a flat on two Richie is no longer a threat but will have a fight on his hands as the season continues.
Sam gets a run down of the times after stage two. He knows after a flat on two Richie is no longer a threat, but will have a fight on his hands as the season continues.


MENTIONS: @EnduroWorldSeries



120 Comments

  • + 72
 Say it all the time, but all this innovation in bikes, parts, clothing, safety...and every damn day there are millions of flat tires. Can we rid the world of flat's already? come on engineers!



Oh, and while you are fixing the flat tire epidemic, can you work on a sure fire baldness cure? Thanks.
  • + 26
 Run DH casings, DH tubes, cushcore's and 30psi. Doubt you will get flats then.
  • + 11
 My theory: smaller sized guys put much less stress to the tires and rims. Otherwise, Sam is running some airless tire like those moon rover used
  • + 19
 Sam is running Michelins, which in my experience, have far superior casings than Maxxis. Also he is smooth AF which is probably why he didn't flat.
  • + 17
 How do you run tubes and cushcore??? @hayden19:
  • + 2
 @hayden19: Richie is running at least Double Down casings and CushCore. I remember hearing he is running full DH casings, but not 100% on that one.
  • + 2
 Isn't it a part of the race to get to the finish first. I think while they aren't good its something else to think about and makes it interesting.
  • + 4
 @salespunk: if Richie wants to win the race, he can only push hard on short stages. For long stages, he have to ride conservatively, probably 80% of his aggressiveness in order not to get another flat. My 2cents
  • + 9
 It will always be a tradeoff. It's how it works with tires in all forms of racing. Grip,wear,resistance and weight never go hand in hand.
  • + 4
 @salespunk: he does run DH casings and inserts...even though his suspension is mega stiff he must be riding bloody hard to flat a front.
  • - 6
flag homerjm (Mar 25, 2018 at 3:37) (Below Threshold)
 @slimjim1: michelin tires have the half of the grip of any Maxxis tire and the casing is very hard. I think he didn´t flat cos is very smooth&controlled,his ridding is effortless looking composed on the bike,perfect lines.
  • - 14
flag thenotoriousmic (Mar 25, 2018 at 4:04) (Below Threshold)
 if you’re getting punctures in this day and age you’re doing something wrong.
  • - 1
 @hayden19: you can't run a dh tube and a cush core inside
  • + 8
 @homerjm: fully disagree regarding the grip. Note Dailly is also using Michelin tires. And both Cécile and Isabeau are using hutchinson. French tires all the way!
  • + 3
 @salespunk:
Looking at the bike check he is on DH casing 2.5 Minion DHF front and rear.
  • + 1
 @kilazilla: Could be but Damien Oton had a Flat too... on 29er... So my theory is maybe those 29 dh folded casings they are using are not reinforced enought... and I´m not sure if they are using 1600gr wire DH casing in 29... So 27,5 I would say is safer.. you can go better reinforced at less cost...
  • + 30
 @PauRexs: the facts however ... Both Damien and Richie hit a hug hole/rock right near the top of the track. Richie hit so hard he went over the bars and his bike tomohawked 10 meters down the track... Sometimes it's not the equipments fault, and it's just bad luck or a rider getting of line.
  • + 2
 @davetrumpore: woww that´s gold!. Hope some one catch this dramma..
  • + 8
 @PauRexs: someone has GoPro of it... That is how I saw it.
  • + 10
 Sam rides smooth, sam goes over rocks gently, be like Sam.
  • + 1
 @hayden19: yeah buddy! you`re wrong, that terrain is very rough! some years ago raced DH there and went with a new pair of maxxis DH casing tires, Side knobs didn´t survive the weekend, rocks are like knifes. So my tires only lasted for that weekend.
  • + 1
 @Shulman: easy. You run a long stem tube, or a valve extender. You need one or the other to repair a flat anyway with cushcore. You just poke the valve stem through the cush core and out the rim.
  • + 2
 We are thinking about this all backwards: Racing should be based on tire inserts, with the luxury of pneumatics as a bonus.
  • + 3
 In sailing where they also have multiple stages, one can discard his worst result! It a good way to keep the competition high with all fast riders in the game independetly of a bad luck
  • + 3
 I don't know. Wash your hair with cold water only. Not sure if it helps against being bald, but it may help against becoming bald.

Or did you mean against bald tires? Not sure either. Maybe not try to be pro and don't cut the knobs off your fresh tires Wink .
  • + 1
 @hayden19: Because DH bikes never puncture.....?
  • + 1
 @salespunk: In the rear, not the front. He got a front flat.
  • + 1
 @mateo5: Nah, i reckon it can be done. Maybe put a little bit of sealant inside the tube as well.
  • + 2
 @thebryson yeah, that's how many if not most pro dirt bike enduro racers do it. Impossible to flat, better grip than tubes, but expensive, heavy, and a bitch to install... I'm guessing most MTBers wouldn't find the weight penalty worth it.
  • + 0
 IME Maxxis casings are sub par, even though they have the best grip out there
  • + 2
 You have to run here to know what it is about, it is insane. At the speed they pass, one expected to see more flat tires, or broken rims.
  • + 1
 @fautquecaswing: That is my impression over a regular tire you can buy in a shop,not what pros are running. Michelin only make a few tire models and I think they are all average. Maxxis,Schwalbe,Continental,Mavic,Specialized,WTB and many other brands got more models that are far better than any Michelin tire you can buy right now in a shop.

I don´t care about tire nationality, I do about any other thing about any tire like grip,feel,rolling speed,braking performance,value...

Note that Daily broke his bike,even ridding French tires!
You can run best tire in the world,but if you smash your bike or wheels you are out of the game,DNF.
  • + 22
 Seems like if there was ever a track that flat pedals really would be a benefit, its this one. Seems like everyone has a foot out almost constantly
  • + 5
 Basically you need to run flat pedals and 27.5” Aluminum wheels to win in the EWS.
  • + 4
 For sure. Besides his experience, Sam's biggest advantage is his DH set up: 165 cranks and flat pedals. Guys who are using 175 for more torque are missing the boat.
  • + 22
 That pic of Eddie Masters is awesome!!
  • + 1
 Pure classic!
  • + 1
 Yeah !...I rode with a freaking knee brace 1 year, with a kneepad underneath though...
  • + 1
 Mis-matched knee pads?
  • + 3
 ...and a DHR on the front and DHF on the rear. Oh my OCD?!?!?!
  • + 1
 @holdogs: Ironically they work better that way
  • + 22
 Graves needs a day without a flat. Photos are spectacular!
  • + 7
 @jaydawg69 Since moving to Spesh, Graves seems to be plagued with mechanicals, especially flats. How long is it going to take to big S to get their act together? Also goes to show that preparing a bike for Enduro isn't the same as preparing a bike for DH.
  • + 5
 Yeah cmon Graves! This Chilean dust looks as close to Toowoomba soil as I've seen on the EWS circuit. Smash it!
  • + 4
 i have no idea why he’s not using dh tyres. Those grid casings aren’t tough enough especially on rear.
  • + 5
 @thenotoriousmic: No DH casings in 29.
  • + 14
 Everyone is commenting poor Richie. He has no one else to blame but himself.
He is riding the same track, same conditions. Its a part of racing.

Sick of hearing people say" I would have won but I crash or I flatted."

No you didn't win, because YOU F@$KED UP!!!!
  • + 1
 Agree dude. Shoulda woulda coulda. Or as my dad say, “if your aunt had balls, she’d be your uncle”
  • + 1
 @pargolf8: Glad to see this is an international expression!
Also, "with if you can put Paris in a bottle "
  • + 1
 @polarproton: i dont get it. Plz elaborate
  • + 1
 It's just a French expression meaning that using "if" everything becomes possible, even silly things, including putting the whole city of Paris in a bottle. Hence, the type of sentence " If I hadn't crashed I would have won" doesn't make much sense cuz I could just say " If I hadn't crashed, and been fast, me polarproton, would have beaten Gwin ".
  • + 1
 I think some fans like to know how the race went and how everyone ended up with the times they did. When a rider is beat, was it because they weren't on pace, had a mechanical or because they didn't hold it together? It is strange that this makes you sick.
  • + 2
 @dfiler: There is a clear line between explaining the reason of a failure and finding excuses for it.
It is easy to say " I would have won if only I hadn't punctured" because then the fault is not on you, " I deserved to win but this puncture which is independent of my riding ruined it". It is much harder to say " I punctured, hence I didn't win", because at this moment the puncture is integral to your riding.
Now, I think MTB is still a pretty honest sport in regard to this kind of behavior. This is this precise attitude that pisses people off, not the fact an athlete analysis why he failed.

And by the way, this attitudes applies not only to riding, but pretty much everything in life. " If only the professor hadn't asked about Lebesgue integral, I would have passed" // " The professor asked about Lebesgue integral, thus I didn't pass".
  • + 1
 @polarproton: I think you'll find that line not so clear. It is mostly dependent on what you read into people's comments.

Using your own example, when someone says they would have won if they hadn't punctured, I don't look at that as an excuse. That person is admitting they got a flat and lost because of it. There's no dodging of fault.

This differs between regions, countries and even groups of riders. Around here we blame riders for getting flats while at the same time acknowledging that flatting is why they lost time. Similarly, when not racing, people here apologize to their riding group for getting a flat. Everyone has to wait because you couldn't ride smooth enough. People won't want to ride with you if you have bike problems on a regular basis. Flats are seen as the rider's fault. Too many flats and everyone will leave you to walk out of the woods alone.

So you see, it isn't clear line when interpreting how people talk about flats.
  • + 13
 Punctures are not a technical problem to be solved. Enduro racing is a test not just of how hard you can charge (compared to WC DH) but of who can get to bottom of long, rough, and unpredictable tracks on a consistent basis. Judging exactly how hard you can push it, without going too far, is the fundamental requirement. It’s a metaphor for life itself: Those with finely honed skills and high self awareness do well, while those that push too hard go down in flames.
  • + 14
 Incredible pictures, amazing instantaneous coverage! Nice job! We are spoiled.
  • + 13
 Bummed for Rude. Still as fast as they come, but can’t catch a break lately.
  • + 14
 Shaun NEEEEEEEER!
  • + 8
 Maybe they should a points classification as well, in addition to a general classification for the overall winner, like in the grand tours. Richie would be like Zabel. At least there will be some recognition for his stage wins, even if bad luck interceded in the overall classification.
  • + 0
 That's a really good idea. More winners = more better.
  • + 9
 Brilliant photos as always , come on Robin pallen idag!
  • + 6
 Nice work Dave & Matt. Damn, such good racing. Love seeing new locations like this. The EWS has become a true "world" series. Love it.
  • + 5
 richie and graves flats again!! jeeezus. feel like we have been robbed a titanic battle between sam and richie for this round Frown
  • + 3
 Travelled in Chile last March and signed up for the National Series Enduro at La Parva right when I arrived. It's hard to describe how scetchy the anti-grip is. The "Enduro" was three charilift rides and one climb at La Parva and locals decked out full bike park leg, arm and chest armour with 2.5 downhill casing tires in front and back. "What did I get myself into?". I basically survived to keep travelling for the month after. No surprise there were tons of flats and race-ending crashes!
  • + 7
 Ripley long travel looks interesting.......
  • + 1
 is it a new model that is not showing on the website? looks great! mojo with the x in frame like the enduro is not as nice.
  • + 3
 @funkzander: The press release comes on Monday. It's 145 in the rear, 160 upfront, long and slack, and DW-link like the rest of the Ibis fleet.
  • + 4
 Much like I look forward to seeing Sam's results at the top of the results sheet, I look forward to seeing Trumpore's name at the top of the pinkbike page with his consistently amazing photo epics.
  • + 6
 What ibis bike is that? does not look like HD4.
Robin Wallnerr and Bex Barona.
  • + 6
 Ripmo 29er
  • + 7
 Full release on Monday but it's meant to be a 160/145 F/R 29er
  • + 2
 People can speculate all they want about what riders are flatting and what tires are best, but that is a very rocky and loose bit of terrain. There is a considerable amount of luck to surviving all that rock without flatting. Ravanel already flatted today as did many others....
  • + 2
 Seems like Richies worst enemy is flat tyres. I mean, I remember last season didn't go so well for him. But I'm sure he was going to win a few a few stages or be a podium contender at some of the series and he would get a flat and he was fucked.
  • - 1
 @HipHoptimusPrime his problem is he changed to bloody 29er.. he is a f*&ing tractor..
  • + 2
 @Lagr1980: because 29ers somehow flat more than 27.5?
  • + 1
 @SonofBovril: haha not necessarily but it would be good to get someone doing some stats on that !. if you want me to elaborate more, Richie's style does not seem to benefit that much from 29er, but of course, this is armchair engineering right here..
  • + 6
 Martin maes on a proto gt?
  • + 4
 BIG THX to Matt and Dave!!! Super job.
  • + 1
 Notice some of these guys (sure more than I saw in videos and pics) had some very low profile spine protectors. Know there’s a lot out there, anyone have any recommendations from personal use? Cheers.
  • + 2
 Maching down those moon dust coated runs looks sketchy af. Hats off to these folks.
  • + 3
 Awesome photo of Sam Hill slaying that corner. Moto AF. Sam Hill AF.
  • + 2
 I feel like Sam Hill was creating an air quality hazard with all the dust he was kicking up.
  • + 3
 Guy standing behind Pedro Burns:
"Qué potito mas rico!"
  • + 1
 Any idea what kind of knee brace Eddie Masters is wearing in that pic near the top? The knee brace-knee pad combo looks like something I could use.
  • + 1
 Looks like Asterisk.
  • + 1
 Or POD.
  • + 3
 Soooooo!!! How about that new GT Bike on Martin Maes?
  • + 1
 @davetrumpore how about show something in some another post that give a light for the Brazilian team?
  • + 2
 Hill is up by 26 seconds after winning stage 5.
  • + 1
 Frustrating that a guy can win two of three stages and not be in contention.
  • - 3
 Agree. They should bring in something like the WRC has - which is a power stage on the very last stage where you can pick up bonus points. Poor Richie
  • + 13
 They need to find the balance between pushing it hard and preserving the bike/tires. Whoever is doing it the best will win...that's enduro. They are running the same stages with same chances for flats so it's fair.
  • + 2
 Yes that hurts a lot!
  • + 5
 @bosnianrider: exactly!! Good racecraft covers everything from being fast, linechoice, mechanical sympathy, knowing when to back off and when to go all out, and when to pull out a big stage to put the pressure on your competitors. Sam seems to have all that dialled - not just a beast of a rider, a true tactician too, much like Rossi.....
  • - 2
 Is it time for there to be points for each stage versus overall time, or a combination? Seems crazy that one unlucky flat can put a rider out of contention - especially given there is limited means to regain with riders posting such close times on each run. Stage wins are measured by seconds and flats by minutes. Thoughts?
  • + 1
 That’s a decent idea but being that the over all has so much riding involved it’s likely that every riders will have a flat during the season.
  • + 40
 @chullybun Personally I think the current system is perfect for the philosophy of enduro racing. A system with points for each stage would encourage "balls out riding" without a care for mechanicals, whereas the current system encourages the riders that are not only fast, but also able to ride smart.
I agree with you that it sucks for Richie to win 2 stages and yet be out of contention because of a flat, but Sam managed to ride the same trail Richie flatted on without a flat. Maybe Richie should have been more cautious and less "balls out" and he would have ridden it clean. I guess that's where maturity and smart riding comes into play, which I think is great for racing. Enduro is all about finding that balance between riding super fast and risking mechanicals. Today's results show that it is a tough balance to find.
  • + 3
 @dbblackdiamond: yeah exactly. Juggling the balance between weight/performance/reliability of components is another aspect that separates enduro from other formats, (I guess to a lesser extent XC though)
  • + 2
 @dbblackdiamond: Well said. Also, Richie and Grubby are known to be using cushcore but I haven't heard that Sam is running it. Sam seems to be the king of line choice so I guess that plays a part.
  • + 1
 There should be a beer of points on offer I feel for most stage wins. That way it would keep the fight for the overall alive. Something like 50 bonus points for the rider that has most stage wins of a race. It would still be much less than the winner gets but it would also be a fair reward for a huge effort. Mechanicals ruined a lot of guys fight for the overall last year.
  • + 0
 @humoroususername: Or they could have a seperate points classification similar to what they do in road cycling.
  • + 6
 How is getting 194th on a stage going to help you in a points system?
Surely your going to have the same result.
Consistency is they key. 193 riders managed to get down the hill faster than Rude on Stage 2 with or without mechanicals.
  • + 1
 No points, just keep track of cumulative time over the course of the series.
  • + 2
 All the above, and don't forget the race isn't done yet. Anyone (and as so often happens, including the guys currently at the top) could also have mechanical issues over the later stages of the race and so find themselves in a similar position yet.
  • + 3
 Results?
  • + 2
 Live timing and results as they happen are always available on the Enduro World Series website
  • + 1
 EWS website. They have live timing as well.
  • - 13
flag enduro29erHack (Mar 24, 2018 at 20:22) (Below Threshold)
 @davetrumpore: posting times in article is to much to ask?
  • + 1
 @enduro29erHack: thou shalt not asketh before thy hath giveth.... or something like that. Basically load a diferent web page using your overworked pointy finger if you want results.
  • + 1
 Great coverage! Thanx Pinkbike!
  • + 1
 Once your over 180’ish tires dont tolerate
  • + 1
 did anyone else notice eddie masters with the knee brace???
  • + 1
 Hope it's got a cool name like b-racer. Yeh!
  • + 1
 yeaaah
  • + 0
 How come the Pros don't use cush core?
  • + 16
 They were all using it, or something similar, including Richie
  • + 10
 Cush Core is a great product, but it will not stop a tire from ripping.

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