Powered by Outside

[Updated with Overall Standings] Final Results from the Derby Enduro World Cup 2023

Mar 31, 2023 at 15:15
by Ed Spratt  
The results are in from the second round of the 2023 Enduro World Cup after riders took on a full day of racing with six stages across 42.5km and 1444 meters of descending. Check out the results below.



Results:

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 29:52.010
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 30:00.230
3rd. Ella Conolly: 30:17.740
4th. Isabeau Courdurier: 30:40.730
5th. Morgane Charre: 30:41.860
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 30:50.600
7th. Leanna Curtis: 31:02.090
8th. Raphaela Richter: 31:02.730
9th. Katy Winton: 31:04.290
10th. Kate Weatherly: 31:13.240

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 25:52.860
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 26:00.450
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 26:17.910
4th. Jack Moir: 26:21.420
5th. Martin Maes: 26:24.610
6th. Youn Deniaud: 26:28.180
7th. Charlie Murray: 26:29.240
8th. Dan Booker: 26:31.550
9th. Matthew Walker: 26:32.050
10th. Ed Masters: 26:32.090

U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 31:40.050
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 33:16.230
3rd. Lia Ladbrook: 33:17.520
4th. Xanthe Robb: 33:25.240
5th. Emmy Lan: 33:27.140

U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 27:02.420
2nd. Cooper Lowe: 27:09.710
3rd. Lisandru Bertini: 27:12.490
4th. Lief Rodgers: 27:24.410
5th. Harvey Lee: 27:30.520



Overall Standings:


Elite Women:

photo
photo

Elite Men:

photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo

U21 Women:

photo

U21 Men:

photo
photo



Full Results:


Elite Women:

photo
photo
photo
photo

Elite Men:

photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo
photo

U21 Women:

photo

U21 Men:

photo
photo
photo
photo



Live Race Updates:



Poll: Who do you Think Will Win?

We have given our predictions but as the Enduro World Cup continues in Derby who is your money on for the win today?

Who Will Win the Elite Women's Race?

This poll is closed



Who Will Win the Elite Men's Race?

This poll is closed







Course Map

photo


Total: 42.5km / 1444m descent / 1444m climb







Stage 1

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Roxanne: 3km / 235m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Hattie Harnden: 6:12.180
2nd. Bex Baraona: 6:14.430
3rd. Zoe Cuthbert: 6:21.300
4th. Ella Conolly: 6:21.530
5th. Kate Weatherly: 6:24.250
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 6:25.360
7th. George Swift: 6:25.650
8th. Amy Morrison: 6:25.650
9th. Morgane Charre: 6:27.080
10th. Isabeau Courdurier: 6:27.260

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 5:16.170
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 5:20.000
3rd. Ed Masters: 5:22.050
4th. Hugo Pigeon: 5:24.300
5th. Jesse Melamed: 5:24.950
6th. Jack Moir: 5:25.050
7th. Youn Deniaud: 5:25.250
8th. Martin Maes: 5:25.420
9th. Greg Callaghan: 5:26.280
10th. Charlie Murray: 5:26.860
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 6:37.850
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 6:38.300
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 6:43.500
4th. Lia Ladbrook: 6:52.080
5th. Emmy Lan: 6:53.150






U21 Men

1st. Bailey Christie: 5:29.980
2nd. Cooper Lowe: 5:34.870
3rd. Sascha Kim: 5:35.020
4th. Lief Rodgers: 5:35.820
5th. Harvey Lee: 5:40.580



Overall Results After Stage 1

Elite Women

1st. Hattie Harnden: 6:12.180
2nd. Bex Baraona: 6:14.430
3rd. Zoe Cuthbert: 6:21.300
4th. Ella Conolly: 6:21.530
5th. Kate Weatherly: 6:24.250
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 6:25.360
7th. George Swift: 6:25.650
8th. Amy Morrison: 6:25.650
9th. Morgane Charre: 6:27.080
10th. Isabeau Courdurier: 6:27.260

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 5:16.170
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 5:20.000
3rd. Ed Masters: 5:22.050
4th. Hugo Pigeon: 5:24.300
5th. Jesse Melamed: 5:24.950
6th. Jack Moir: 5:25.050
7th. Youn Deniaud: 5:25.250
8th. Martin Maes: 5:25.420
9th. Greg Callaghan: 5:26.280
10th. Charlie Murray: 5:26.860
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 6:37.850
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 6:38.300
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 6:43.500
4th. Lia Ladbrook: 6:52.080
5th. Emmy Lan: 6:53.150






U21 Men

1st. Bailey Christie: 5:29.980
2nd. Cooper Lowe: 5:34.870
3rd. Sascha Kim: 5:35.020
4th. Lief Rodgers: 5:35.820
5th. Harvey Lee: 5:40.580



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

15:36 PDT Live updates will kick off when the top-ranked Elite Women begin the first stage of the day they are expected to start at 10:25 AEDT / 12:25 GMT / 16:25 PDT.

16:09 PDT We are still waiting for the top-ranked Elite Women to start on stage one but we have seen that Vali Höll has decided not to start today.

16:28 PDT The top Elite women are now hitting the first stage with Australian XC racer Zoe Cuthbert currently leading followed by George Swift and Amy Morrison.

16:36 PDT Barbora Prudkova is the first of the top-ranked riders to break into the top three as she goes just over four seconds back on the current top time set by Zoe Cuthbert.

16:36 PDT Kate Weatherly is the next rider to get into the top three but she still falls nearly three seconds off the pace.

16:37 PDT Bex Baraona flies into the lead by a huge 6.84 seconds!

16:38 PDT Fellow UK racer Hattie Harnden bests Baraona's time to pull ahead by a further 2.2 seconds.

16:40 PDT As Morgane Charre goes 9th and Isabeau Courdurier takes 10th it is a stage win to kick off the day for Hattie Harnden.

Elite Men:

16:48 PDT As the final group of Elite Men kick off their first stage the current leader is Hugo Pigeon with a six-second gap back to Kevin Miquel.

16:49 PDT It's a French top three as Louis Jeandel slots in 2nd so far, 3.35 seconds back.

16:52 PDT Mckay Vezina breaks up the French riders going four seconds back and into 3rd.

16:55 PDT Greg Callaghan is the first rider to come within two seconds of the current top time on stage one. There are still around 20 riders to drop in so we could see some changes in the results.

16:57 PDT Jack Moir had a slow start to the season last week but he goes under a second off the top time on stage one. We are getting closer and closer to Hugo's time, who will be the first to beat it or will it hold through the remaining rider?

17:00 PDT Slawomir Lukasik goes into the lead on the first stage by over four seconds with around ten riders left.

17:02 PDT Ed Masters goes just two seconds back from Slawomir to take 2nd.

17:03 PDT Now it's a Yeti top two as Richie Rude smashes past his teammate by 3.83 seconds.

17:08 PDT Last week's winner Luke Meier-Smith ends the stage in 23rd meaning Richie Rude takes the win.



Stage 2

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Dambusters: 2.4km / 190m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 5:10.680
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 5:15.790
3rd. Barbora Prudkova: 5:16.780
4th. Leanna Curtis: 5:17.030
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 5:18.650
6th. George Swift: 5:19.890
7th. Katy Winton: 5:20.200
8th. Morgane Charre: 5:20.580
9th. Ella Conolly: 5:20.630
10th. Chloe Taylor: 5:22.730

Elite Men

1st. Slawomir Lukasik: 4:36.470
2nd. Richie Rude: 4:36.600
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 4:39.330
4th. Hugo Pigeon: 4:42.370
5th. Charlie Murray: 4:42.910
6th. Ed Masters: 4:43.200
7th. Dan Booker: 4:43.350
8th. Matthew Walker: 4:43.430
9th. Martin Maes: 4:43.630
10th. Dimitri Tordo: 4:43.700
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 5:22.580
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 5:27.200
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 5:29.680
4th. Emmy Lan: 5:33.600
5th. Sophie Riva: 5:35.570







U21 Men

1st. Cooper Lowe: 4:44.600
2nd. Bailey Christie: 4:47.930
3rd. Sascha Kim: 4:49.180
4th. Lief Rodgers: 4:50.280
5th. Thomas Locke: 4:50.550



Overall Results After Stage 2

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 11:25.110
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 11:27.970
3rd. Barbora Prudkova: 11:42.140
4th. Ella Conolly: 11:42.160
5th. George Swift: 11:45.540
6th. Isabeau Courdurier: 11:45.860
7th. Morgane Charre: 11:47.660
8th. Katy Winton: 11:48.450
9th. Zoe Cuthbert: 11:48.660
10th. Kate Weatherly: 11:48.670

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 9:52.770
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 9:56.470
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 10:04.280
4th. Ed Masters: 10:05.250
5th. Hugo Pigeon: 10:06.670
6th. Jack Moir: 10:08.850
7th. Martin Maes: 10:09.050
8th. Youn Deniaud: 10:09.280
9th. Charlie Murray: 10:09.770
10th. Louis Jeandel: 10:11.470
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 12:00.430
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 12:05.500
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 12:13.180
4th. Emmy Lan: 12:26.750
5th. Sophie Riva: 12:33.220







U21 Men

1st. Bailey Christie: 10:17.910
2nd. Cooper Lowe: 10:19.470
3rd. Sascha Kim: 10:24.200
4th. Lief Rodgers: 10:26.100
5th. Lisandru Bertini: 10:31.550



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

17:11 PDT While we wait for the second group of Elite Women to complete the second stage of the day the current leader is Leanna Curtis with a gap of 2.86 seconds to George Swift.

17:48 PDT After a server error delayed live timing we now have the results for the Elite Women on stage two. Bex Baraona tops the stage with Hattie Harnden five seconds back in 2nd and Barbora Prudkova in 3rd.

Elite Men:

17:55 PDT Moving to the Elite Men it is currently Hugo Pigeon who leads with a gap of just 0.54 seconds to Charlie Murray.

17:57 PDT Slawomir Lukasik is at the top again after his stage two run with a 5.9-second advantage over Hugo Pigeon.

17:58 PDT Jesse Melamed goes into 2nd place so far but he is still nearly three seconds back.

18:00 PDT Richie Rude can't beat his teammate on the second stage and goes 0.13 back.

18:02 PDT Luke Meier-Smith takes 29th meaning its another win for the Yeti team but this time it's Slawomir Lukasik.



Stage 3

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Trouty: 1.3km / 200m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Ella Conolly: 2:43.700
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 2:44.150
3rd. Gloria Scarsi: 2:45.920
4th. Bex Baraona: 2:46.900
5th. Leanna Curtis: 2:49.760
6th. Isabeau Courdurier: 2:49.790
7th. Morgane Charre: 2:51.000
8th. Raphaela Richter: 2:51.700
9th. Andreane Lanthier Nadeau: 2:52.070
10th. Barbora Prudkova: 2:52.330

Elite Men

1st. Jesse Melamed: 2:21.000
2nd. Dan Booker: 2:21.080
3rd. Bradley Harris: 2:22.370
4th. Youn Deniaud: 2:22.900
5th. Mckay Vezina: 2:22.950
6th. Richie Rude: 2:23.050
7th. Jack Moir: 2:23.420
8th. José Borges: 2:23.450
9th. Rhys Verner: 2:23.600
10th. Connor Fearon: 2:23.630
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 2:57.520
2nd. Emmy Lan: 3:02.970
3rd. Lia Ladbrook: 3:04.270
4th. Elly Hoskin: 3:04.630
5th. Xanthe Robb: 3:05.050








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 2:23.500
2nd. Lisandru Bertini: 2:24.800
3rd. Guy Johnston: 2:26.170
4th. Remy Meier-Smith: 2:27.730
5th. Jakob Snow: 2:29.030



Overall Results After Stage 3

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 14:12.010
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 14:12.120
3rd. Ella Conolly: 14:25.860
4th. Barbora Prudkova: 14:34.470
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 14:35.650
6th. Morgane Charre: 14:38.660
7th. Leanna Curtis: 14:45.540
8th. Katy Winton: 14:45.570
9th. Melanie Pugin: 14:47.600
10th. George Swift: 14:47.770

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 12:15.820
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 12:20.240
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 12:25.280
4th. Youn Deniaud: 12:32.180
5th. Jack Moir: 12:32.270
6th. Hugo Pigeon: 12:33.550
7th. Charlie Murray: 12:34.300
8th. Ed Masters: 12:35.400
9th. Louis Jeandel: 12:35.490
10th. Martin Maes: 12:35.800
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 14:57.950
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 15:10.130
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 15:18.230
4th. Emmy Lan: 15:29.720
5th. Lia Ladbrook: 15:38.630








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 12:47.700
2nd. Bailey Christie: 12:49.060
3rd. Cooper Lowe: 12:54.500
4th. Lisandru Bertini: 12:56.350
5th. Lief Rodgers: 12:57.220



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

18:10 PDT The top-ranked Elite Women are just starting the third stage now as Gloria Scarsi currently leads with a 3.84-second gap back to Leanna Curtis.

18:18 PDT There will be a slightly longer wait than expected for the second group of Women on stage three as there is a course hold for repairs after a rider crash.

18:27 PDT The rest of the Elite Women are now completing stage three with Andreane Lanthier Nadeau coming into third so far 6.15 seconds back.

18:29 PDT It's Raphaela Richter who now takes third going 5.58 back.

18:31 PDT Hattie Harnden looks to be back on her 2022 form as she goes fastest so far, finding 1.77 seconds on previous leader Gloria Scarsi's time.

18:32 PDT Bex Baraona goes into fourth as Ella Conolly takes the lead by just 0.45 seconds. The British riders seem to be going well today in the Elite Women's racing.

18:33 PDT Isabeau Courdurier takes sixth as she struggles with a leg injury picked up from practice. A sixth for Isabeau means Ella Conolly takes the stage win.

Elite Men:

18:41 PDT Next up is the top-ranked Elite Men and as they start to lay down their runs the current stage leader is Bradley Harris who is ahead of Mckay Vezina by 0.58 seconds.

18:44 PDT Jack Moir is sitting 6th overall after stage two and currently has just put himself into third on stage three. There are still quite a few riders left to run but Jack is fairing better this week than in the opening round at Maydena.

18:45 PDT After some top finishes on the first two stages Slawomir looks to have slowed down slightly on the third stage as he currently sits in 6th place.

18:46 PDT Jesse Melamed has now taken the lead on stage three pulling ahead of Bradley Harris by 1.37 seconds.

18:48 PDT Richie Rude is also not able to take a top spot on this stage as he falls back to fifth place.

18:49 PDT Dan Booker proves it is not just the trails of Maydena that he excels on as he goes 2nd so far by just 0.08 seconds!

18:50 PDT Luke Meier-Smith takes 15th meaning Jesse Melamed takes his first win of the day.



Stage 4

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Detonate: 2.3km / 199m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 4:20.870
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 4:24.150
3rd. Morgane Charre: 4:26.610
4th. Ella Conolly: 4:28.970
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 4:29.950
6th. Katy Winton: 4:31.900
7th. Raphaela Richter: 4:32.520
8th. Barbora Prudkova: 4:34.550
9th. Kate Weatherly: 4:35.330
10th. Florencia Espineira: 4:35.450

Elite Men

1st. Slawomir Lukasik: 3:49.340
2nd. Richie Rude: 3:49.720
3rd. Jack Moir: 3:51.130
4th. José Borges: 3:51.420
5th. Jesse Melamed: 3:52.140
6th. Dan Booker: 3:53.470
7th. Charlie Murray: 3:53.580
8th. Rhys Verner: 3:53.600
9th. Dimitri Tordo: 3:54.050
10th. Matthew Walker: 3:54.050
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 4:46.350
2nd. Xanthe Robb: 4:52.920
3rd. Sophie Riva: 5:04.320
4th. Emmy Lan: 5:06.000
5th. Lia Ladbrook: 5:08.720








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 3:57.510
2nd. Harvey Lee: 3:58.450
3rd. Lief Rodgers: 3:58.910
4th. Lisandru Bertini: 4:00.650
5th. Bailey Christie: 4:01.150



Overall Results After Stage 4

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 18:32.880
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 18:36.270
3rd. Ella Conolly: 18:54.830
4th. Morgane Charre: 19:05.270
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 19:05.600
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 19:09.020
7th. Katy Winton: 19:17.470
8th. Leanna Curtis: 19:21.260
9th. Melanie Pugin: 19:24.700
10th. Raphaela Richter: 19:27.920

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 16:05.540
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 16:09.580
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 16:17.420
4th. Jack Moir: 16:23.400
5th. Youn Deniaud: 16:26.500
6th. Charlie Murray: 16:27.880
7th. Hugo Pigeon: 16:27.980
8th. Dan Booker: 16:29.820
9th. Martin Maes: 16:30.950
10th. Rhys Verner: 16:31.360
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 19:44.300
2nd. Xanthe Robb: 20:11.150
3rd. Emmy Lan: 20:35.720
4th. Elly Hoskin: 20:44.900
5th. Lia Ladbrook: 20:47.350








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 16:45.210
2nd. Bailey Christie: 16:50.210
3rd. Lief Rodgers: 16:56.130
4th. Lisandru Bertini: 16:57.000
5th. Cooper Lowe: 16:57.500



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

18:57 PDT After the first group of Elite Women it is once again Gloria Scarsi who leads with 2.2 seconds back to Chloe Taylor.

19:15 PDT There is currently a delay of around ten minutes on stage four but hopefully riders should be back on the stage soon.

19:29 PDT Katy Winton kicks off the second set of Elite Women by taking the stage lead by 6.9 seconds.

19:30 PDT Leanna Curtis is performing well today against some of the biggest names in Enduro and currently sits in 2nd on stage four ahead of Andreane Lanthier Nadeau who goes five seconds back and into third so far.

19:31 PDT Florencia Espineira slots into second place but is still over three and a half seconds off the pace.

19:32 PDT Barbora Prudkova takes second but is quickly knocked to third as Raphaela Richter moves into 2nd and is behind the top time so far by just 0.62 seconds.

19:34 PDT Hattie Harnden finds over seven seconds on Katy Winton but Bex Baraona finds another three seconds to leapfrog her into first.

19:35 PDT Ella Conolly goes eight seconds back and into fourth to make it a UK top-four.

19:35 PDT Morgane Charre breaks up the UK riders slotting right in the middle as she takes third, over five and a half seconds back.

19:36 PDT Isabeau Courdurier goes into fifth giving another stage win to Bex Baraona.

Elite Men:

19:43 PDT As we go over to the Elite Men it is José Borges who currently leads on stage four with Nathan Secondi 4.63 seconds off the pace in 2nd so far.

19:44 PDT Hugo Pigeon is one of the first riders of the second group down and he goes three seconds back and into 2nd.

19:50 PDT Greg Callaghan has a great stage and moves into third place so far, 3.21 seconds behind José Borges.

19:51 PDT Dimitri Tordo makes it a Canyon top two as he crosses the line 2.63 behind teammate José Borges.

19:52 PDT Jack Moir pulls ahead of his former teammates to go fastest by just 0.29 seconds.

19:54 PDT Charlie Murray breaks up the Canyon riders as he ends the fourth stage just under two and a half seconds behind Jack Moir.

19:57 PDT Slawomir Lukasik continues his top performance today as he takes the fastest time so far. Jesse Melamed falls nearly three seconds back to go third.

19:59 PDT Richie Rude is beaten by his new teammate Slawomir as he goes into second with a gap of 0.38 seconds to the current leader.

20:01 PDT Luke Meier-Smith takes 17th meaning Slawomir Lukasik secures another stage win.



Stage 5

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Cuddles: 1.6km / 180m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Hattie Harnden: 3:38.690
2nd. Bex Baraona: 3:41.130
3rd. Leanna Curtis: 3:41.880
4th. Raphaela Richter: 3:42.800
5th. Ella Conolly: 3:43.730
6th. Gloria Scarsi: 3:44.140
7th. Barbora Prudkova: 3:46.600
8th. Isabeau Courdurier: 3:46.780
9th. Lisa Baumann: 3:47.800
10th. Rae Morrison: 3:48.090

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 3:11.560
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 3:11.930
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 3:12.360
4th. Martin Maes: 3:12.900
5th. Luke Meier-Smith: 3:13.470
6th. Louis Jeandel: 3:13.710
7th. Ryan Gilchrist: 3:13.870
8th. Dimitri Tordo: 3:13.900
9th. Zakarias Johansen: 3:14.160
10th. Dan Booker: 3:14.330
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 3:50.620
2nd. Lia Ladbrook: 3:58.280
3rd. Xanthe Robb: 3:59.600
4th. Emmy Lan: 4:00.800
5th.Elly Hoskin: 4:01.610








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 3:14.850
2nd. Lisandru Bertini: 3:16.770
3rd. Cooper Lowe: 3:17.310
4th. Guy Johnston: 3:18.680
5th. Remy Meier-Smith: 3:20.050



Overall Results After Stage 5

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 22:14.010
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 22:14.960
3rd. Ella Conolly: 22:38.560
4th. Isabeau Courdurier: 22:52.380
5th. Morgane Charre: 22:53.750
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 22:55.620
7th. Leanna Curtis: 23:03.140
8th. Katy Winton: 23:08.190
9th. Raphaela Richter: 23:10.720
10th. Gloria Scarsi: 23:12.180

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 19:17.100
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 19:21.510
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 19:29.780
4th. Youn Deniaud: 19:41.950
5th. Jack Moir: 19:43.850
5th. Martin Maes: 19:43.850
7th. Dan Booker: 19:44.150
8th. Charlie Murray: 19:44.980
9th. Hugo Pigeon: 19:45.580
10th. Rhys Verner: 19:47.140
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 23:34.920
2nd. Xanthe Robb: 24:10.750
3rd. Emmy Lan: 24:36.520
4th. Lia Ladbrook: 24:45.630
5th. Elly Hoskin: 24:46.510








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 20:00.060
2nd. Bailey Christie: 20:11.830
3rd. Lisandru Bertini: 20:13.770
4th. Cooper Lowe: 20:14.810
5th. Lief Rodgers: 20:19.910



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

20:10 PDT The top-ranked Elite Women are just about to start on stage five with Gloria Scarsi currently leading by 3.66 seconds on Lisa Baumann. Geroge Swift completes the current top three, 5.37 seconds back.

20:14 PDT First rider down and we already have a new stage leader as Leanna Curtis finds an extra two seconds to move ahead of Gloria Scarsi.

20:16 PDT Barbora Prudkova takes third place with a gap of over four and a half seconds to Leanna's current stage leading time.

20:16 PDT Raphaela Richter comes within a second of the stage leader as she sits in 2nd so far.

20:20 PDT A big timing update as Hattie Harnden goes into the lead with Bex Baraona 2.44 seconds back in 2nd. Ella Conolly crosses the line in fifth.

20:21 PDT With Isabeau Courdurier in 8th and Morgane Charre in 11th it's another win for Hattie Harnden.

Elite Men:

20:27 PDT As the second batch of Elite Men take on the penultimate stage the current leader is José Borges who holds a 1.48-second advantage on Mathew Stuttard.

20:30 PDT Louis Jeandel takes the lead by under a second as fresh YT Mob rider Christian Textor goes into third so far.

20:34 PDT Another solid early result for Greg Callaghan as he slots into third, 1.47 back from Louis Jeandel.

20:40 PDT Martin Maes takes the lead so far on stage five as he goes 0.81 seconds into the green against Louis Jeandel.

20:42 PDT Big changes at the top as Slawomir Lukasik takes first with Jesse Melamed under half a second off the pace in 2nd.

20:44 PDT In the battle between the Yeti teammates it's Richie Rude who comes out on top this time finding an extra 0.37 seconds on Slawomir.

20:46 PDT Luke Meier-Smith is battling through illness today but has managed to secure fifth place on stage five as Richie Rude secures the win.



Stage 6

Video: Charlie Murray

Stage Details

Kamma-Gutza: 4.1km / 398m descent



Stage Results

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 7:38.000
2nd. Ella Conolly: 7:39.180
3rd. Hattie Harnden: 7:45.270
4th. Morgane Charre: 7:48.110
5th. Isabeau Courdurier: 7:48.350
6th. Kate Weatherly: 7:51.800
7th. Raphaela Richter: 7:52.010
8th. Barbora Prudkova: 7:54.980
9th. Katy Winton: 7:56.100
10th. Chloe Taylor: 7:56.790

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 6:35.760
2nd. Jack Moir: 6:37.570
3rd. Slawomir Lukasik: 6:38.940
4th. Matthew Walker: 6:40.320
5th. Martin Maes: 6:40.760
6th. Ed Masters: 6:42.720
7th. Luke Meier-Smith: 6:43.640
8th. Charlie Murray: 6:44.260
9th. José Borges: 6:45.170
10th. Ryan Gilchrist: 6:45.750
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 8:05.130
2nd. Taylah Sherriff: 8:20.650
3rd. Elly Hoskin: 8:29.720
4th. Sophie Riva: 8:30.380
5th. Lia Ladbrook: 8:31.890








U21 Men

1st. Cooper Lowe: 6:54.900
2nd. Lisandru Bertini: 6:58.720
3rd. Thomas Locke: 6:59.050
4th. Sascha Kim: 7:02.360
5th. Jack Piercy: 7:02.790



Final Overall Results

Elite Women

1st. Bex Baraona: 29:52.010
2nd. Hattie Harnden: 30:00.230
3rd. Ella Conolly: 30:17.740
4th. Isabeau Courdurier: 30:40.730
5th. Morgane Charre: 30:41.860
6th. Barbora Prudkova: 30:50.600
7th. Leanna Curtis: 31:02.090
8th. Raphaela Richter: 31:02.730
9th. Katy Winton: 31:04.290
10th. Kate Weatherly: 31:13.240

Elite Men

1st. Richie Rude: 25:52.860
2nd. Slawomir Lukasik: 26:00.450
3rd. Jesse Melamed: 26:17.910
4th. Jack Moir: 26:21.420
5th. Martin Maes: 26:24.610
6th. Youn Deniaud: 26:28.180
7th. Charlie Murray: 26:29.240
8th. Dan Booker: 26:31.550
9th. Matthew Walker: 26:32.050
10th. Ed Masters: 26:32.090
U21 Women

1st. Erice Van Leuven: 31:40.050
2nd. Elly Hoskin: 33:16.230
3rd. Lia Ladbrook: 33:17.520
4th. Xanthe Robb: 33:25.240
5th. Emmy Lan: 33:27.140








U21 Men

1st. Sascha Kim: 27:02.420
2nd. Cooper Lowe: 27:09.710
3rd. Lisandru Bertini: 27:12.490
4th. Lief Rodgers: 27:24.410
5th. Harvey Lee: 27:30.520



Live Stage Updates

Elite Women:

21:00 PDT As we reach the final stage the current stage leader after the first group of Elite Women is Chloe Taylor. Following Chloe is Gloria Scarsi 4.28 seconds back with Lisa Baumann four and a half seconds off the pace in third.

21:44 PDT The final Elite Women are just about to drop in with the order now matching the current overall standings for the race. The times are tight between Hattie Harnden and Bex Baraona with these two riders being last down the hill.

22:18 PDT As the final group of Elite Women start on stage six it is Kate Weatherly who takes the lead finding almost five seconds on Chloe Taylor.

22:19 PDT Raphaela Richter almost closes the gap as she takes 2nd place, 0.21 off the pace.

22:21 PDT Morgane Charre goes fastest so far by a sizeable 3.6 seconds.

22:23 PDT Only a small gap splits Morgane from Isabeau Courdurier as last week's winner settles for 2nd place.

22:23 PDT It's now Ella Conolly who leads finding a huge 8.93 seconds.

22:24 PDT Hattie Harnden can't quite close the gap to first but still manages to take 2nd with one rider remaining.

22:25 PDT Bex Baraona crosses the line in first but just over a second to take the stage six win and the overall win in Derby this week.

Elite Men:

22:31 PDT Finally it is the Elite Men's turn to take on the final stage of the week. As the top-ranked riders start their runs the current leader is José Borges who is 7.48 seconds ahead of Mathew Stuttard.

22:32 PDT Adrien Dailly can't match the top time but he does close the gap slightly crossing the line 6.58 back.

22:37 PDT Riders are slowly getting closer and closer to José Borgers, Alex Rudeau is the latest rider to take 2nd place as he falls 5.92 seconds short of the top spot.

22:38 PDT Luke Meier-Smith takes the lead on the last stage by one and a half seconds.

22:40 PDT Ryan Gilchrist is continuing his strong form from Maydena moving into third place, two seconds off Luke's current fastest time.

22:41 PDT Matthew Walker is trying to end the day with a big result as he goes three seconds into the lead. Teammate Ed Masters isn't going slow either as he takes second place.

22:47 PDT It's now Jack Moir who takes the lead as he bests Walker's time by 2.75 seconds.

22:48 PDT Martin Maes ends the final stage three seconds back and in third so far.

22:50 PDT Not a great end to the day for Jesse Melamed as he comes down in 12th, will this change his overall standing for the race?

22:51 PDT Jack Moir's time is holding with one rider left as Slawomir Lukasik goes into 2nd place.

22:52 PDT Richie Rude ends the day with a stage win and will take the overall by seven seconds.




Comment Moderation
Please remember that there are other people at the end of your words. We expect the comments here to be respectful and constructive. Specifically, don’t violate Pinkbike's terms of use, which state that any hate speech or personal attacks will not be tolerated. Pinkbike, like other platforms and media companies, considers misgendering and ‘deadnaming’ (using someone’s former name) to be slurs and personal attacks. Don't do it.

The aim is not to censor conversations or ideas, but just like other slurs, misgendering and deadnaming are not welcome on our platform. Violations of Pinkbike’s terms of use may result in suspensions or bans. Harassment, bullying, or incitements to violence will result in lifetime bans.


Author Info:
edspratt avatar

Member since Mar 16, 2017
3,298 articles

187 Comments
  • 9 0
 Nothing to add other than to say your user name is now my fave. Bravo
  • 7 1
 Definitely a Yeti fan…
  • 6 0
 @audeo03: thank you Capt. Obvious!
  • 61 1
 All them props to Leanna Curtis who's been itching to bust out and prove herself. This girl has been recovering from consecutive injuries for the past 2 years and deserves her 7th place. She's a modest and less than well off racer trying to live her dream and works so hard every day to get it done. A big shout out to Rowney Sports, our local Yeti supplier for believing in her and giving her as much as he could. True story... She had ALL her bikes stolen from a secure garage a week and half before this event. The legends scrambled to get a fresh one shipped from the U.S. and built. She basically rode it for the first time in Tasmania. Sick turn out considering.
  • 27 0
 Here is an interesting look at the first two stages via the vertical drop per km on each stage. Maydena was WAY steeper. If I were forced to bet, I would have picked the downhillers, flat pedals, to shine there, and the enduro stars to be back at the top in Derby where maybe a bit more pedaling and endurance was needed.

Derby
Stage 1: -78.3m/km
Stage 2: -79.2 m/km
Stage 3: -153.8 m/km
Stage 4: -86.5 m/km
Stage 5: -112.5 m/km
Stage 6: -97.1 m/km

Maydena
Stage 1: -180 m/km
Stage 2: -138.9 m/km
Stage 3: -133.3 m/km
Stage 4: -193.3 m/km
Stage 5: -178.8 m/km
Stage 6: -164.0 m/km
  • 1 0
 This is really interesting. I track this all the time on the trails I ride. I do it in % so Maydena stage 4 was 19.3% grade.
For me 20% is going to be steep and excellent. 25% will be unreal. So your numbers show just how “flat” and how much pedaling is involved in enduro. Cool.
  • 21 1
 www.mtbr.com/attachments/yetiasr-tandem-jpg.106782
Check the bike of Richie and Slawomir
  • 1 0
 Hmm, interesting...Big Grin
  • 2 0
 Think of all the ways that would break!
  • 20 1
 Lukasiiiiick! Is that his first stage win?
  • 6 0
 I think it might be. By a very slim margin - no one's handing it to him on a silver platter!
  • 9 0
 @Fill-Freakin: he beat Richie at two of the five trans Tasmania rounds a month or so back, including one round in Derby. Not that he wasn’t fast as hell, but he’s stepping up to the new team challenge.
  • 8 1
 Lukasiiiiiiiiiick!!! So stoked to see this dude get factory support at this level, such a cool story!
  • 4 0
 @derekbnorakim: and the guy is just warming up!
  • 3 0
 He said on his insta that he wants to be in the top 6 and I think it is way too modest... Great job, keep it coming!
  • 3 0
 @derekbnorakim: finally it happened to him. For such a long he had limited support. Especially when racing DH where he raced 2 races per season despite having top20 splits.
  • 4 0
 Yeah slawdawg!!!!
  • 16 0
 Some local groms with Twitter at the finish line would probably have better updates.
  • 2 0
 Some one give them some stickers next please... This is all the budget we need for surpassing this live telegraph WW2 coverage...
  • 2 0
 You can do a decent live stream on You Tube these days.
  • 46 31
 Thanks moderators. Good to get back to supporting all the athletes racing this weekend (key word being all) Go Erice!
  • 7 29
flag DoubleCrownAddict (Mar 31, 2023 at 19:26) (Below Threshold)
 Enduro Hate will never be compromised. This is the ultimate battle of our time!
  • 10 5
 She won every stage! Flying! Welly is a good breeding ground
  • 21 4
 welcome back Katy!
  • 15 0
 Mr Bomba. The peoples Bomba.
  • 20 8
 @edspratt what's up with the comment moderation? Is any discussion now prohibited or what?
Just close the whole comment section all together.
"The aim is not to censor conversations or ideas" yeah sure haha
  • 6 12
flag plustiresaintdead FL (Apr 1, 2023 at 13:48) (Below Threshold)
 It’s very clear what is and isn’t allowed maybe re read it if you’re confused.
  • 21 6
 @plustiresaintdead: They did not moderate according to their own guidelines. There was no hate speech, no misgendering, deadnaming or any harassment involved in any comment that I remember. It was a simple case of deleting every comment regarding that sensitive topic. Or how is finding something unfair a form of harassment?
  • 30 5
 @plustiresaintdead: Yes. If you were the family of a female athlete competing against men, you would be censored for making an observation that is genetically and structurally unfair, despite all the effort of your supported female to train, compete and be ready to compete on an even playing field.

World Athletics were correct in their recent decision. The UCI has not read the writing on the wall and is still behind modern, evidenced thinking and sports biology and concept of fairness.

Controversial? You made it so with that underwriter. Just remove harm speech, but for freedom of the press and in in the goodwill of comments lets discuss it. Or you are just agents of the Censorship Industrial State.
  • 6 5
 @bashhard: Spot on.
  • 16 2
 Two Yetis in front in Pro men and women. Yeah!!!
  • 23 0
 Yeah, their coolers really are top notch.
  • 11 0
 Mr. Bomba holding it down!
  • 13 3
 Go Erice!
  • 6 3
 She's unreal. Winning every stage in an enduro is no easy feat. Specially if the conditions are as wet at they looked like in the practice footage - it's so easy to have one little slip up that costs you a stage when you're pushing that hard. And the other riders in her category are also top notch, so it's not like she's winning because its a weak field.
  • 6 2
 @Fill-Freakin: also isn’t she only 16? First season racing.
  • 9 28
flag jubs17 (Apr 1, 2023 at 7:33) (Below Threshold)
 @Fill-Freakin: it's easy when you're sandbagging in the wrong category
  • 12 4
 @jubs17: wrong girl moron. Google "Erice van Leuven MTB NZ" and educate yourself, young lady is incredible.
  • 4 2
 @HughBonero: okay. Thanks. I was wondering if I was somehow out of the loop when I've been watching this little girl shred since she was like 10.
  • 1 1
 Downvoted? For what?
  • 9 1
 ŁUKASIK TAKES 2ND WOOOO!
  • 7 0
 Feel so sorry for Isabeau. She's tough as nails to keep on riding with her injurie and so much pain.
  • 2 0
 She is really my favourite despite having a lot of respect for a lot of riders. She’s been through a lot over the past few seasons and just keeps trudging forward. Pretty inspirational.
  • 7 0
 Holy crap, yeti absolutely dominated this.
  • 10 34
flag Muscovir FL (Apr 1, 2023 at 3:36) (Below Threshold)
 Yes, because they flew their entire team in weeks in advance so that they could train on the stages that were supposed to be raced with minimal practice. Effectively and in all but name, they cheated.
  • 6 30
flag bashhard (Apr 1, 2023 at 4:44) (Below Threshold)
 they've been racing TransTasmania so they probably were more prepared.
Also, did anyone check their waterbottles?
  • 14 1
 @Muscovir: but you were cool when all the Aussies won last week? Or when the French took top 3 in women and 5 out of the top 10 and 10/20 for men in loudenvielle last year?
I'm not saying it's right but isn't being local to a spot essentially the same thing plus even more advantage?
Ews will have to step in and ban teams from visiting places that host or just accept that teams will plan off season to some extent with that in mind.
  • 9 17
flag Muscovir FL (Apr 1, 2023 at 7:12) (Below Threshold)
 @wilsonians: It's a big difference wheter you just happen to be a local to the venue by coincidence (- because you live there) or if you're a big-budget team who purposefully flies their athletes into the venue beforehand - with the intent to gain an unfair competitive advantage.
  • 5 2
 @Muscovir: sure, I get it. But France a big country, so is Australia. I guarantee they all travelled to get time on those trails too whether it was for a prior race or not. (Maydena held dh Aussie champs last year...)

I agree, yeti is more egregious. And I don't really love the thought of it. But is what it is unless ews bans things like that....kinda hard to do that though.
  • 5 22
flag Bushmaster123 (Apr 1, 2023 at 12:33) (Below Threshold)
 @Muscovir: Shut up , we haven't forgiven you for Hilter...
  • 10 2
 @Muscovir: if it isn’t against the rules then it isn’t against the rules…

Every other team could have technically done the same but they didn’t
  • 3 0
 @bashhard: Has there ever been a reason to suspect Lukasik, or Bex of using doping?
I don't think so. So why are you putting all of them in one box?
Or were you just trying too hard to be funny?....
  • 8 0
 Yeah Xanthe!
  • 8 0
 Lukasick!!!!!
  • 8 1
 How Rude flying in and waxing the locals
  • 7 0
 Yeah Eddie get it!!
  • 6 1
 Just sitting here with my coffee on a rainy day wishing I could watch a live stream.
  • 1 0
 It's not going to happen for a while. This weekend is also the first round of the motorcycle Enduro GP World series, and they don't get live streaming either....just short highlights on You Tube....
  • 7 0
 Lukasik on fire!
  • 3 0
 Yeti's on a rampage in Derby today!
  • 7 1
 Congrats, Richie Rude. Still the best.
  • 7 2
 If it can be destroyed by the truth, it deserves to be destroyed by the truth
  • 6 15
flag Adamrideshisbike (Apr 2, 2023 at 17:07) (Below Threshold)
 Do better. Learn about intersectionality and you will see that what you consider truth is merely the cis hetero attempt to maintain oppressive power structures. I for one embrace women+.
  • 2 0
 ***** LIVE TIMING***** Its live at the moment. Poor cell phone coverage and internet access may hinder this.


https://live.ucimtbworldseries.com/
  • 2 0
 Link to live timing is this one.
live.ucimtbworldseries.com
  • 4 0
 Luke Meir Smith just commented on one of the latest Instagram reels that he's got the flu.
  • 19 5
 Probably got some gut bacterias from riding in the mud with a shit eating grin these last few days. Got keep your pie hole closed in those conditions.
  • 3 29
flag Richardcharles (Mar 31, 2023 at 23:08) (Below Threshold)
 @Fill-Freakin: Luke MS is a humble kid and he works hard, the lad deserves the results. Hush now jealous boy
  • 17 0
 @Richardcharles: For sure I'm jealous. I wish I could get his results. And if I did I'd have a hard time wiping a big grin from my face as I go riding. But getting sick from ingesting a lot of mud (accidentally, as it sprays into your face) from riding in muddy and wet trail conditions is a real thing. Don't get you panties in a knot.
  • 2 33
flag Richardcharles (Apr 1, 2023 at 1:15) (Below Threshold)
 @Fill-Freakin: Yes you are correct, that is in fact a real thing. Your comment was malicious though let’s be real brutha
  • 5 0
 @Richardcharles: damn, someone doesn't like having a good time.
  • 13 0
 Maybe shoeys on the podium aren't the best idea on back to back weekends
  • 3 0
 @Richardcharles: explain yourself Dicky
  • 1 0
 Jeez!!! Last time I had the flu I was out for several days, stuck in bed…
  • 8 3
 Yeti's smash them all!
  • 7 1
 1st Elite Men 2nd Elite Men 1st Elite Women 4th U21 Women
  • 4 0
 Wow, good result for Yeti team
  • 4 0
 Nice one Greg getting back up there!
  • 6 1
 Gowaaaaaaaaan Bex
  • 3 0
 Blair not improving on the Deviate from Orange, I’m confused as I was led to believe Orange bikes were unrideable?
  • 1 0
 Zoe Cuthbert and George (is that right?) Smith take a 1-2 on S1 for Australia! Haven't heard of either, but I'm sensing Aussie upsets on the women's side. Full Aussie sweep?
  • 2 1
 The top-ranked Elite Women are still to hit stage one so there will most likely be a change in the current standings once they have come through in the next 10/15 minutes.
  • 2 0
 @edspratt: Ah, got confused by the live feed's quote "The first wave of women are through S1"

So... there are intermittent waves of men and women starting rather than two simple blocks of racers? This seeding is more confusing than even I anticipated Frown
  • 2 0
 @ryanandrewrogers: Yeah it's a little strange but after the U21 racers there is a small group of women followed by some of the men before you get to the top-ranked women and men. You can check out the start order for today here.
  • 7 1
 Yes her name is George, from NZ. Oh and it's not short for anything!
  • 5 0
 Yep her name is George Swift, She's privateering the whole edr season. Can't wait to see how she goes!
  • 4 0
 @ryanandrewrogers Zoe is an accomplished XC rider, but mixes things up with Enduro, Pump track etc... She's a regular top 10 in U23 XCO World Cup. And sits around 50th (ish) in overall Elite XCO World rankings.
  • 3 0
 @Foff: And he said, "Girl, this world is rough
And if a girl's gonna make it, she's gotta be tough
I knew I wouldn't be there to help you along
So I give you that name, and I said goodbye
And I knew you'd have to get tough or die
It's that name that helped to make you strong"- Johny Cash
  • 7 4
 Let the shitstorm commence.
  • 6 5
 Is Xanthe an normal first name? Or were her parents just big fans of Piers Anthony's Xanth novels? It sure seems like she magicked her way to top!
  • 9 0
 Xanthe is a super fast Nelson (NZ) girl. There's a whole squad of very fast young New Zealanders coming through now. It's awesome to see!
  • 4 0
 @DBlissett: Yeah she's putting up some fast times. I think women's MTB has really starting to explode in terms of talent.
  • 6 3
 Is it normal to use "an" before a noun starting with a consonant?

Also, Xanthe/Xante is not uncommon in some languages. The name is of Greek origin.
  • 4 3
 @mi-bike: Yes, it's common to make mistakes. My bad. I shall be perfect from now on. Unless I'm not. Also, I haven't heard all the names in all the languages of the world - that's why I asked . I just thought in my mind it's a pretty awesome name because the only association I have with it is from an imaginary magical world called Xanth. And yes, I do realize they don't have the exact same spelling.
  • 3 0
 It's going to be a nailbiter between Rude and Lukasik.
  • 2 0
 If you’re watching live from the UCI, looks like Yeti has the men’s field figured out.
  • 4 1
 Top ten men's results makes a lot of sense
  • 5 2
 Why is Team Yeti doing so well here? Can‘t be a coincidence…
  • 15 1
 They rode these trails for two months before the race.
  • 2 1
 @pisgahgnar: I also find it interesting that Stage 3 was the worst stage for Richie, Slawomir and Bex.
  • 8 21
flag Muscovir FL (Apr 1, 2023 at 7:00) (Below Threshold)
 That's because it wasn't a coincidence. The Yeti team was in Derby weeks in advance to train for the race - gaining an unfair advantage over their competition. Technically, that's breaking the rules of EDR. Effectively and in all but in name, the Yeti team cheated.
  • 3 9
flag Muscovir FL (Apr 1, 2023 at 7:02) (Below Threshold)
 @als802: Funny how that works out, isn't it.
  • 23 2
 @Muscovir: while they may have had an advantage I don’t think it breaks any rules. The stages were not announced, they rode publicly accessible trails. It’s like telling everyone in sea to sky they cheat when EDR goes to Whistler. At every race you’ll have locals who know the tracks, maybe even built them because they have to be the forefront of the scene in their community. This is extremely hard to police. The yeti team also flew halfway across the world for training in the southern hemisphere, countless riders from all disciplines do it, and they signed up for a local enduro to get practice in. It’s not cheating, just smart.
  • 11 0
 @pisgahgnar: I agree. From what I can gather teams are paying a lot to compete and this new EDR/DH system is supposed to make mountain biking a more professional sport. So Yeti are acting very professional IMO. Might seem unfair (to the smaller teams and privateers) and against the original ethos of Enduro but Yeti were smart with their preseason.
  • 10 0
 @Muscovir: Surely anyone could come ride the trails beforehand, if he/she wanted?
  • 5 1
 Yeti's team is on
  • 8 9
 What are they on this time?
  • 5 1
 Nice one Bex!
  • 2 0
 Big boys back in the top 10 for stage 1.
  • 8 2
 Seriously. The locals must have ridden the piss out of the Maydena course and had a leg up a result with this kind of drop off in Derby.
  • 15 0
 @Murphius: I think it's more the elite conditioning coming into play with all the pedalling, as they're local to both Maydena and Derby. Also Ritchie and Bex stayed a few extra days in Derby after the Trans Tas in late Feb to ride so they're pretty practiced at the Derby trails by this point. Good to see Bex smashing it.
  • 2 0
 @SoddenDeath: plus Maydena is a DH venue. Derby is an XC venue with 2 of the stages requiring a tonne of leg power. Pedal pedal pedal!! The fitter enduro riders coming to the fore.
  • 4 1
 @professed: wouldn't call derby an xc venue, it has a good mix of everything! Maydena is definitely next level though (in terms of enduro/dh riding)
  • 3 4
 @SoddenDeath: if one can ride all the stages on an xc/trail bike its XC to me! Maydena - no chance!
  • 5 1
 @SoddenDeath: Yeah, this has all transfers ridden too. Maydena was uplifted. Going to make a difference.
  • 2 1
 Some excellent young talent coming up the ranks on both the men's and women's side.
  • 2 0
 Oh yeah the elites have claimed the racing top places again.
  • 1 0
 Yes , two Fifth places for elite men category and awesome Day hahaha
  • 1 0
 Isabeau Courdurier will win it!
  • 1 2
 Are there still some stages with more points up for grabs in this year's format?
  • 2 2
 The Earth is healing
Below threshold threads are hidden







Copyright © 2000 - 2024. Pinkbike.com. All rights reserved.
dv56 0.062473
Mobile Version of Website