20 To Watch In 2014 - EWS 2014 Preview

Feb 27, 2014 at 4:06
by Matt Wragg  
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Jerome Clementz
Jerome Clementz is quite simply Mr Enduro. Crowned the first Enduro World Champion with one race to spare last year, Jerome is the man everybody will be looking to beat this year. Of all the riders fighting for the spots at the sharp end of things, he has the most experience and the most years perfecting his technique and fitness for this kind of racing. Throw in the fact that he is without question one of the most naturally gifted bike handlers in the sport and you it's not going be an easy job to wrestle that crown away from him.






























Jared Graves
The man, the machine. Olympian, World Champion and one of the most complete competitors on two wheels ever. While the headlines from last year are impressive, with second in the EWS and third at the DH World Champs on a trail bike, you can bet he is more focused on the things that didn't go right. Being new to enduro racing last year, he had problems training at Punta Ala, mechanicals in race runs and was slightly off the pace in places. These are the things that will likely have filled his thoughts during the off-season and with his approach to training you can bet he's been working hard to fix them. With his determination, he is going to be hard to beat this year.






























Nico Lau
2013 didn't really go to plan for Nico Lau. It was his first year as a professional rider and he says himself that his winter training wasn't good enough. As the season progressed he raced himself fit though. In September he won the Trans-Provence from Jerome by a single second, which while not a big margin, means he could keep pace with the fastest man in enduro over an entire week, no small feat. In the last round of the EWS in Finale Ligure he was on incredible form, you could see it on track in the way he could attacked everything and until he picked up an unlucky time penalty for a missed time check he had a commanding lead over both Jerome and Jared. This winter he has gone away to put right the problems with his training, leaving the frozen hills of Northern France for the warmer climes of the Mediterranean. Many eyes are on Jerome and Jared for the crown this year as they are the known entities, but we'll be watching Nico closely because if he gets his fitness right, we reckon few can touch his raw pace.






























Fabien Barel
There's nobody who caused as much discussion in the Enduro World Series in 2013 as DH legend, Fabien Barel. Whether it was his scarily fast run down stage one in Punta Ala, or the shuttling controversy in Whistler, there were more than a few times when he was the centre for discussion. Amidst all that, what has been overlooked somewhat is that he finished third overall, despite having two races that he may as well have stayed at home for for various reasons. You can never count out Barel, there is virtually nobody in mountain biking more determined. If he decides that he is hungry for the title next year, it's hard to bet against him.






























Martin Maes
What is there to say about Martin Maes? The teenager who destroys grown men in a sport that usually favours older riders with more endurance fitness. Being in the junior category, he wasn't eligible for a ranking in the senior competition, but if the rules were different he would have been standing right there on the podium when the dust settled more than once last season. He is fearless and aggressive on the bike, throwing wild trail hucks and chancing lines that the older riders pass by. Those wild lines don't always quite pay off though, it's part of being a teenager - you're supposed to go big and crash hard. That's how you learn. We expect to see him putting in times that would win in the senior field on stages and maybe even races, but to take the series you need to be calm and measured every step of the way and, in honesty, we'd be a little bit disappointed if he was just yet. If he carries on with his current trajectory, the question of Martin becoming Enduro World Champion is a matter of when, not if, but for now we enjoy watching his youthful aggression on track.






























Ben Cruz
Ben Cruz is another rider who didn't have the 2013 season he was hoping for. He started strong - his sixth place in the opening round at Punta Ala was probably the only time we got to see what he's capable of. Gary Forrest, who started ahead of Ben at Colorado last year, set off 30 seconds ahead and heard Ben come flying towards his back wheel mid-stage. Ben was 20 seconds off the lead time at that point... Unfortunately a mechanical meant he never put the overtake on Gary, but the maths are plain to see. That and his ugly, ugly slam at the top of Val D'Allos kinda sum up Ben's season, to the point where he flew home to the US before the final round in Finale Ligure as he was bursing a broken rib and out of the running for the top spots. A long off-season can make all the difference though, and he's retreated back to California for the winter to put the work in. He rides angry and with so much fuel for the fire from 2013, expect him to come out swinging this year. Don't be surprised to see Ben at the sharp end of things when the racing starts.






























Remy Absalon
Before enduro emerged as an international discipline there were two names who dominated the French enduro scene - Jerome Clementz and Remy Absalon. While Jerome was sweeping all before him last year, Remy was keeping it steady. His consistency netted him fourth overall, but that must feel like a world away from his old adversary. This winter he has switched programmes, leaving his bulletproof Commencal for a lighter, more nimble Scott Genius LT that he feels will suit his racing style better. So the question for 2014 is, will he able to fight his way back to the top step of that podium?






























Jamie Nicholl
The unofficial privateer of the year in 2013, Jamie Nicholl stormed in from more-or-less nowhere and scared many more established riders. The Kiwi missed the first round, then proceeded to put in solid performances for the rest of the season, netting him eighth overall, ahead of many fully-supported factory riders. This year he has signed for the Hutchinson-United Ride team and it's going to be exciting to see how far he can go no he has turned pro.






























Florian Nicolai
The area just North-East of Nice in France has produced some of the greatest riders gravity racing has ever seen. Just a few square miles of hillside have given birth to Nico Vouilloz, Fabien Barel and Loic Bruni, so there probably is something in the water. Something has changed in France though, in the last few years many fast, young riders have started choosing to race enduro rather than downhill. Living a stone's throw away from Fabien Barel, Florian Nicolai is at the spearhead of that generation, with the added weight of expectation on his shoulder. Last year he took a solid (if unlucky) thirteenth overall and signed to the newly-formed Urge-Rocky Mountain team, he would be one of our outside bets for taking podiums this year. Can he uphold the traditions of his valley?






























Josh Carlson
Josh Carlson was one of the biggest surprises at round one in Punta Ala. The amiable, Aussie ex-motocross rider showed up more or less out of nowhere (do people even hold enduro races in Austrlia?) and lightning fired his way into the top 10 at the season opener. He started strongly at round two, but suffered a nightmare season-ending crash on the first day of racing and we didn't see him again in 2013. This means he's another rider who has had a lot of time to take a flying leap at the 2014 season and if he's had time to build on the glimpse of form we've already seen, he could just surprise a lot of the more established names in the sport.






























Manuel Ducci
Internationally, we'd say Manuel Ducci has never quite shown his full potential. At home in Italy he won the Superenduro series on 2013, but on the world stage he was what can only be described as a fair way off the pace. Manuel is focused though, with Superenduro he went from a fast lower-top ten pace to series champion on three years. He came to the races, saw what needed to be done and bent his body and mind to doing it. So sure, he wasn't at the front of things last year, but he had never raced outside Italy much before or against those kind of riders. We'd put a quiet bet aside that took his time to understood what the winners were doing that he wasn't and has gone away and worked on it with utter determination.






























Greg Callaghan
Greg Callaghan is a rider that quietly, and steadily, improved last year. At the start of the year he was somewhere around the top 40. By the end of the season he was placing top 15 stage times. That didn't go unnoticed at home in Ireland as Nukeproof snapped him up for their enduro team. With that kind of backing, we'd bet his development is just going to increase. His speed is there - at the first round of the Irish DH National series this year, he grabbed third riding his enduro bike. Whether it's going to be this season that he really breaks through, or maybe in a season or two is hard to say, but he's a young lad and, if he keeps up that progression, we reckon he's a name we'll see at the sharp end of things before too long.






























Yoann Barelli
In France he's known as "Crazy" Yoann Barelli and anybody who has watched one of his edits will know why. He makes some of the funniest videos in enduro, not taking himself at all seriously, something that a lot of riders could learn from. He also knows which way to point a bicycle, narrowly missing out on a top ten ranking in 2013. This winter he's been given the jump up from the Giant national team to the Factory team, so the question is now how far up results sheet he can go with that kind of backing?






























Tracy Moseley
Tracey won her first mountain bike race 20 years ago, the Malvern Dual Descender. Since then she has won DH World Championships, the World Cup DH series title and multiple national DH championships. She was always going to be a strong contender for to become Enduro World Champion, but what is most impressive about the title she won last year is how she did it. Not once did she take a shuttle to practice, but pedalled out for her practice runs on the races without chairlifts. When she picked up unfortunate penalties, she accepted them with grace, not taking to social media to whine and complain as many did. That's without talking about her pace, by the end of the season she was simply the dominant force in women's enduro. And she did all this, more-or-less, as a privateer last year. This year she has factory support and a year more of experience. It's hard to bet against her holding onto her title.






























Anne-Caroline Chausson
Anne-Caroline didn't get off to a good start last season, crashing hard in Punta Ala, ruling her out of the next few rounds. When she came back, she wasn't quite on the pace. She took a couple of rounds, but by the end of the season she couldn't quite keep up with Tracy. Anne-Caroline has won more World Championship titles than anybody else on two wheels, ever. Anything short of victory is not what she's there for and with a winter to re-group and prepare, you can bet she will be pushing hard all the way this year, hungry for the title.






























Cecile Ravanel
Cécile Ravanel was the big surprise in the women's races last year. While Tracy and Anne-Caroline were well-known, Cecile was not talked about much outside France. Coming from an XC background she rode consistently all year to grab a fantastic second overall in the series. Yet she never reached the top step, Tracy and Anne-Caroline always seemed to have that bit more pace on the technical sections to hold her off.






























Anneke Beerten
The former queen of 4X has turned her attention firmly to enduro in the last couple of years. 2013 was a learning year for her, showing good pace, but only reaching the podium twice. Now, with a solid understanding of the what it takes to win these races and a winter to put the miles in, can she turned the determination that won her a 4X World Championship into gold in enduro?






























Ines Thoma
With the Germans seriously under-represented in the upper reaches of the mens competition, Ines Thoma has been flying the German flag solo at the EWS on 2013. Backed by the Canyon Factory team she was consistent throughout the season, never far from the podium, but never quite making the step up onto the box. But she has age on her side, she has a good few years in hand on the women ahead of her, so if she can build on her 2013 season, she's set to be a woman to watch in the coming years.





























Isabeau Courdurier
What she lacks in height, Isabeau Courdurier makes up for in talent. Formerly a French national XC racer, she turned her focus to enduro a few years ago and has been racking up enough solid results to land herself a spot on the Urge Rocky Mountain team. Last year she was a little way of the pace, but on a bigger team, she is pushing hard for this year. In the first local enduro in Provence this winter, she held to within just a couple of seconds of Anne-Caroline Chausson over a ten minute stage. Still only in he twenties, we reckon she's one to watch as a rising star.






























Lorraine Truong
2013 was a solid season for Lorraine Truong. Riding for the Norco team she put in a string of solid results and is tipped by Tracy Moseley as one of the young riders to watch for the future. Yet, as things stand, she's still struggling to find the support to go racing this year. While people may joke that people are handing out deals for riders who are "going enduro" left, right and centre, the reality is that, especially in the women's race, talented, young riders are struggling to get the support they need to go racing. Hopefully by the time you read this Lorraine will have landed a deal and packed her bags for the first round in Chile. Hopefully.

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  • + 64
 What no Dan Atherton or Joe Barnes? Interesting......
  • + 3
 Dan's got an injury, he won't race the 1st ones ... Haven't you see his crash last month ?.
  • + 14
 Yup - saw that but even if he missed the 1st one and is on form he has got to be a top 10 performer. Who knows what will happen to the others
  • + 24
 Justin Leov too?....
  • - 2
 Good point, although I think its his first year in EWS so I guess its an unknown whether he can compete.......
  • + 8
 I think this article is simply showing who might have an interesting race season this year, not a prediction on who's going to win. I am quite surprised a out the lack of a few names... Joe Barnes, Nicolas Vouilloz, Alex Lupato... And none of the Santa Cruz team were mentioned either...
  • + 7
 I had Dan in there, but took him out when he got injured. Realistically I think it's going to leave him struggling for fitness as the level is so high. I decided to limit this to 20 riders, and wanted to look at riders that maybe people hadn't thought about before.
  • + 3
 @mattwragg - not sure I subscribe to your view on Dan based on his prep before the injury....but I guess the season will play out. I certianly think your idea of throwing riders in there that people hadn't though of was a great one!
  • + 3
 If anyone has good fitness, it's Dan, and he'll work his arse off for the later races of the season to get results, regardless of missing the first few events due to injury. And I too was quite surprised at no Joe Barnes - the man is awesome. I think he'll get some pretty good results this year.
  • + 4
 I agree on Joe - I think thats a talent thats gonna come through soon!
  • + 4
 Dan Atherton, Rene Wildhaber (in case he will be starting, I don't know), Nicolas Quere, François Bailly-Maitre, Adam Craig. I think they would also deserve to stand on that list.
  • + 5
 Cedric Gracia??
  • + 1
 I'm with MatthewCarpenter. I was certainly expecting Nicolas Quere.
  • + 7
 No Lars Sternberg? PNW's pride and joy will break this up.
  • + 1
 no emmeline ragot on the women list?
  • + 2
 Emmie is focusing on DH this season. Bummer she flatted in S-Africa.
  • + 3
 Curtis Keene?
  • + 2
 Is Keene racing all of the EWS races? I thought he was concentrating on the North American series. I'm also looking forward to seeing what Richie Rude does this year.
  • + 1
 Heather Irmiger? Been stomping the US enduro scene
  • + 2
 Quere possibly?
  • + 2
 Oh yeah- The American Dream Curtis Keene is missing from this list. Whoa.
  • + 1
 Duuude!
  • + 1
 @finnrambo: Exactly! Where is Quere?
  • + 23
 Hon the Greg! Serious props to be listed along side such massive names! The Greg coming for that podium!
  • + 4
 Good to see him up there! Keep 'er lit Greg!
  • + 4
 Keep er pinned Greg!!!
  • + 3
 This is mint!!
  • + 11
 G'waaan Gregggg ya boyaaaaaaaaaaahhhh!!!!
All of 3Rock is rooting for ya - even the roots and rocks :-)
  • + 7
 In those 13 guys I would definitely have put François Bailly-Maître. He's really fast. His season last year started with a nasty injury so he didnt show too much in the EWS. But I'm pretty sure his one podium contender.
  • + 2
 He's certainly showing the pace for it in pre-season. He wasn't a rider on my radar, but after seeing him ride in La Parva, I will be watching him for sure.
  • + 1
 I follow french races for a while now and when he showed up on the scene some 2 years ago he was already in top 5 or 10. He's an ex xc rider with some skills. Anyway I guess the battle will be tighter than last year, eveybody becoming more professional and experienced. Let's see, I'm very impatient the EWS start.
  • + 7
 To bad Nicolas Vouilloz is injured i hope he will be fit for the next round in Scotland.
  • + 4
 He might be, he said he'd see how he felt.
  • + 1
 I'd love to see Manuel win but realistically speaking Renè has more chances to win or, if you have to choose an Italian guy, Alex Lupato.
Manuel prove me wrong!
  • + 3
 Shout out to Matt Wragg for finding 20 different ways to say each rider is fast as hell. I'm really excited to see what this season brings about in the EWS. Clementz, Barel and Lau have been showing their faces but Graves is making little noise and we can only assume he is training like crazy (as well as winning the Australian national XC championships with a blown out fork). Should make for some great racing!
  • + 7
 The godfather of enduro? ;-)
Where is Renè Wildhaber, Matt?
  • + 3
 good question. Definitely missing....Top 10 in every race he attended last year, missing out round 1 and winning the Team Overall.......
  • + 2
 The thought behind the piece was the guys I think will be winning races and up and coming riders that people may not have heard of. I'd love to see René win, but if I was putting money on a winner, my bets are above.
  • + 1
 I'd love to see Manuel winning but realistically speaking Renè has more chances to win or, if you have to choose an Italian guy, Alex Lupato.
Manuel prove me wrong!
  • + 3
 there's another machine not mentioned Dan Atherton he'll be bad ass hungry to get in the mix of things...missing him off will just him more fuel to prove himself.....Go Dan!!! BOOM
  • + 3
 KYLE WARNER racing for Marin Bikes should be on the list … and MARCO OSBORNE racing for WTB/Cannondale … Sick Rippers !!!!!! Super Fast !!!!!
  • + 5
 Ummmmm.......RICHIE RUDE. Just wait and see !
  • + 5
 DANG - beat me to it! I can just hear him whistling and humming in the background. Nope - don't worry about me. Just a little kid back here with rainbow stripes and an NFL linebacker physique training with Jared Graves. Move along people. Focus on your Frenchmen...
  • + 3
 Richie rude only 50k for my fantasy league team. Easy pick there.
  • + 1
 Is racing getting too serious? I enjoy racing, but speeds of riders now are risking serious injury or death from minor mistake or mechanical in wrong situation
Not saying riders should slow down, but progression has to slow down sometime & miss the days of just showing up at races unprepared
  • + 1
 What about Cedric Gracia? Curtis Keene? or Renè Wildhaber?
What about the Locals from Chile First Round, Nico Prudencio (2nd at Andes Pacifico) or Martin Flaño?
What about François Bailly-Maître? or Iago Garay?
You are indeed the best MTB webpage out there, so a more complete list would be nice.
  • + 1
 Nico Lau and Flo Nicolai are the big guns on my fantasy team: they had shocking EWS results last year compared to what they achieved in years prior, these guys can beat Clementz and will have been training like crazy to prove it.

Leov and FBM are both underrated also, Leov hadnt trained last year and FBM was out with big injuries early on. Both could be on the podium on longer more physical events.
  • + 4
 I will watch Cedric Garcia and Nico Quere because they both are very fun riders!
  • + 1
 Everyone knows it is all about the bike. Those who say otherwise are just in hipster denial. Graves has no chance this year on his 66c, Jerome has too narrow rims. The numbers on the new Nomad and GT Sanction coped with latest 36 RC2 point out clearly that it is going to be between Jamie Nicholl and Martin Maes. As for the ladies, Anneke Beerten is just going to shred it on the best enduro bike on the planet. I never get tired of watching her on the podium...
  • + 5
 Seeing as Jamie Nicholl signed for Polygon, I doubt he'll be riding a Nomad... And don't expect anyone to be running the 36 this weekend.
  • + 1
 Matt - Isn't Dylan W of the Nomads team there this weekend? Aren't they all rolling on the new Nomad and Fox 36?
  • + 3
 It's settled then - Martin Maes on his progressive long&slack geometry! BTW I forgot that the new Nomad needs a donkey to get up a mountain and was tested only on wide gravel roads... BTW why not 36? not gnarly enough? or everyone bought Pikes? Big Grin
  • + 1
 Waki - Because they weren't available for pre-season testing, so nobody has the settings dialled in yet and I don't think many have had the time here in Chile to test properly, so they'll stick with what they know. They are also a good bit lower than the 34, so everyone needs to sort the bar height to run them too.
  • + 3
 Ok... I will keep on following what pros do, that means according to your information, I will now keep the parts I have... bummer... Anyways - I almost paid for all that new stuff from Jenson USA, thanks for letting me know. I'll transfer the items back to the wishlist and add several options, wait for the race results of the next race to know what works best, eventualy wait for 3 more competitions and take average. I may add a disclaimer if needed...
  • + 5
 Or you could take that to mean that getting your kit setup properly is more important than having the latest innovation. Whatever floats your boat, really.
  • + 1
 Jared Graves posted a pic of his bike on Facebook. Looks to be using the Fox 36. It could be advertising, but he claims his bike is dialed.

www.facebook.com/jaredgravesmtb/posts/728840553803155
  • + 3
 I was joking on people trying to get the latest as the bestest... just as on the overal trust in equipment... I do have quite wide carbon rims by my desk at the moment though... whatever floats your boat - if only objectivity and tolerance could ever solve the world problems - preferences and beliefs is not the thing that makes certain boats float better or worse Big Grin
  • + 2
 Matt, Dylan is running a 170mm Fox 36 this weekend. This is confirmed.
  • + 0
 I will gladly purchase an used Fox 36 160 RC2 from 2008 and newer, must be in black! Big Grin
  • + 1
 Good overview. You have to at least try to proof-read it once though. Seriously a blatant spelling error/grammar error/extra word in almost every description. This seems like two completely different thoughts "We'd put a quiet bet aside that took his time to understood what the winners were doing that he wasn't and has gone away and worked on it with utter determination."
  • + 4
 Very interested in how Richie Rude performs. He was on the cusp of running with the big boys of DH and jumped to enduro.
  • + 1
 My roughy for the season is Aurelien Giordanengo who is riding for Polygon. He pulled down 15th I the dh at South Africa on his enduro bike and has been training the house down with Mik by all accounts so he could be another one to surprise first season in.
  • + 4
 What about Adam Craig, or Curtis Keene? The list seems very Euro-centric.
  • + 1
 Curtis Keene is bad ass
  • + 4
 It's called End-Euro
  • + 5
 That's what I thought was great about this excellent preview: the North American men, who typically get way more exposure than they deserve, weren't even mentioned except Cruz who does have big potential. Maybe they will get more up to speed this year.

There are probably almost 10 French guys alone that are as fast or faster than those two.
  • + 1
 Bring it on yeow!

So many contenders, such tough events, just completed a EWS style in Southern Alps have new respect for the guys/gals.

JLO has been training hard all summer on his Enduro bike pretty much winning everything some great battles with Jamie Nicol expect them to continue to improve.

Lets get ready to Rumble!!
  • + 1
 Great chat folks. EWS has done so well to captivate in the way it has, I just hope it continue's to be great Smile I hope Joe is up there this year, he's such a class act and done so much for UK enduro. C'mon the DUDES
  • + 1
 I love the picture of Ben Cruz. Everyone else is so serious, got their game-face-killem-all-only-first-place-counts face on and he is just smiling riding his bike. Major props dude.
  • + 2
 Extrange Selection would say.
Where's Dan Atherton?. Where's our Cedric Gracia? Where's François Bailly Maitre? Where's Custis Keene?
  • + 1
 Aren't you people reading what other or the MOD is writing be in this sesion of comments before you ask ? We all are a fan of one, these are some that would surely do smth great in the first stage . good luck !
  • + 1
 It's a hard sport to predict but I would pick Clementz again. Lau for 2nd, Barel for 3rd. Nice preview, but Carlson didn't come out of nowhere, he dominated some American enduro races the year before.
  • + 5
 What about Richie Rude?
  • + 3
 Jamie Nicholl keeping it real with hairy legs and an old inner tube as a mud guard.
  • + 3
 9 Frenchies out of 20 racers... is it still a World Series ?
I hope to see Graves winning the overall.
  • - 1
 Once Dan Atherton is healthy it won't look so French dominated Wink
  • + 0
 If Dan Atherton is healthy, and that's unfortunately a huge if. I can't remember the last time he was healthy for even close to a full season of any competition. Its too bad for him, but it seems to be the case every year.
  • + 4
 it's absalon, not abaslon.
  • + 4
 And it's Cécile Ravanel, not Ravanelle. Oh, And It's Ines Thoma, not Innes...
  • + 1
 And it's Lorraine Truong, not TruRong.
  • + 1
 What's the story with the DH boys doing Enduro this year? The likes of Greg and Peaty are listed on Fantasy League - are they racing the entire series?
  • + 3
 You definitely missed Nino Schurter.
  • + 3
 go hard Jamie Nicoll. represent!!
  • + 1
 Kyle Warner will definitely be in the mix this year! New frame sponsor, off season training in the gym and on the moto, he's ready to 'punch out yuppies and send it'!
  • + 2
 Is this font enduro specific?
  • + 1
 Whats with the thing in their ankles, probably the timing chip, but gosh, they look like inmates haha
  • + 1
 Few Slompy stages will ensure great results for Greg Callaghan, Lads gotta keep her lit. Cant wait for this to start
  • + 1
 Yo Barelli's gonna crush them all! Hahaha! Go for it Yo!
  • + 1
 Marco Osborne?? Watch out for him
  • + 1
 Well done Greg , Keep her lit lad
  • + 1
 I would love to see Tracy Moseley back on the DH world cup circuit!
  • + 1
 Are the races going to be streamed online?
  • + 1
 What about Anka Martin? Is she not participating in the EWS?
  • + 1
 Is there anywhere you can watch the EWS on TV?
  • + 2
 Ludovic May!
  • + 2
 No Gracia ??
  • + 1
 Good Luck,,,,Jamie Nicholl !!
  • + 1
 Cedric Gracia?
  • + 1
 He never had really good results (I mean he is in the top ten or close to which is nice, but not on the podium), he's there for having fun and share it !
  • + 1
 Yep but last season he only did a couple of rounds and also he was riding dh. His fitness was not there last year however I reckon this year it will be good becasue he is concentrating solely on Enduro. He might take a bit to get into it as his recent enough crash will of set his fitness training back a bit. But I am sure he will do alright either this year or the next.
  • + 3
 I think his results were amazing considering all the injuries he had and lack of enduro racing. Very impressive stuff from him.
  • + 2
 Agree ! His pelvis was totaly broken when he crashed in Val di Sol. Racing just after that is impressive.
  • + 1
 What's Enduro?
  • + 1
 It's all mountain but longer..... I think
  • + 1
 Chris Johnston????
  • + 1
 bond. mason bond.
  • + 1
 "more or less"
  • + 1
 Go guys go!
  • + 1
 Manuel who???
  • + 0
 Isabeau Courdurier..you're so..nice..!!
  • + 1
 Nicolas Quere????

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