Video: Enduro World Series – Winter Park, CO

Enduro Video

EWS Day 1 Richie Rude

The revelation of the the race was Yeti rider, Richie Rude. He stormed out of the gates to win Stage 1 and held form throughout the three days of racing. Photo by Matt Wragg

Round 5 of the Enduro World Series just finished as racers and spectators were treated to some of the finest racing action in US Soil this year. Winter Park experienced so much success and positive feedback last year that they expanded the race to three full days of racing. Anneke Beerten and Richie Rude took the lead on Day 1 and what commenced was a battle until Stage 7 of the last day.

Full video summary of three days of racing.

DirtTV Enduro World Series Round 5 Colorado | Race Day 1 a Mountain Biking video by dirt

Stage 1
Mens | 1st Rude – 2nd Graves – 3rd Ropelato
Womens | 1st Beerten – 2nd Chausson – 3rd Moseley

Stage 2
Mens | 1st Rude – 2nd – Barelli – 3rd Graves
Womens | 1st Chausson – 2nd Moseley – 3rd Beerten

DirtTV Enduro World Series Round Five Colorado | Race Day 2 a Mountain Biking video by dirt

Stage 3
Mens | 1st Graves – 2nd Rude – 3rd Wildhaber
Womens | 1st Moseley – 2nd Chausson – 3rd Ravanel

Stage 4
Mens | 1st Graves – 2nd – Rude – 3rd Ropelato
Womens | 1st Chausson – 2nd Moseley – 3rd Courdurier

Stage 5
Mens | 1st Graves – 2nd – Barnes – 3rd Wildhaber
Womens | 1st Chausson – 2nd Moseley – 3rd Joseph

DirtTV Enduro World Series Rd 5 Colorado | Race Day 3 a Mountain Biking video by dirt

Stage 6
Mens | 1st Graves – 2nd – Wildhaber – 3rd Rude
Womens | 1st Moseley – 2nd Chausson – 3rd Ravanel

Stage 7
Mens | 1st Rude – 2nd – Ropelato – 3rd Leov
Womens | 1st Moseley – 2nd Chausson – 3rd Hannah

Final Results
Round 5 – Specialized Enduro brought to you by Shimano – Colorado Freeride Festival
25–27 July

Men
1. Jared Graves Australia
2. Richie Rude USA
3. Rene Wildhaber Switzerland

Women
1. Anne Caroline Chausson France
2. Tracy Moseley Great Britain
3. Anneke Beerten

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  • Don says:

    Interesting… #35 (guy in first pic) isn’t running very wide bars. Sup wit dat?

  • Eric says:

    That’s 19 year old Richie Rude. Its not that his bars are narrow, its that his shoulders (biceps/forearms/calves) are freaking wide. Most junior mountain bikers could’ve run cross country track in high school. Rude would’ve terrorized as a linebacker. #manchild

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