Video: Enduro World Series with SRAM – Part 1 and 2

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SRAM Enduro Part 1: Stepping Up

“Follow SRAM enduro racers Jerome Clementz, Nicolas Vouilloz, Rene Widlhaber, Curtis Keene, Anka Martin and many more as they take on rounds 2 and 3 of the 2013 Enduro World Series in Val d’Allos and Les Deux Alpes, France. With enduro quickly becoming one of the most progressive and interesting forms of mountain biking, enduro riders have become an essential part in the development of a new generation of components, which combine light weight, durability and flawless performance during long and hard races. SRAM XX1 is the prime example of this new breed of components, after dominating the 2013 season with 6 wins out of 7 races with Fabien Barel, Nicolas Vouilloz and Jerome Clementz.”

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SRAM Enduro Part 2: Flat Out and Focused

“This second chapter follows the best enduro racers in the world from the iconic Mega Avalanche in Alpe d’Huez to the final race of the Enduro World Series in Finale Ligure, Italy. Here, in addition to Jerome Clementz’s victory in both the race and overall, Curtis Keene, Rene Wildhaber, Anka Martin, Anneke Beerten and many more reflect on the first season of the Enduro World Series and what it means to be an enduro racer today.”

Photos courtesy of SRAM.

Video: Enduro World Series with SRAM – Part 1 and 2 Gallery
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Rene Widlhaber

Rene Widlhaber is one of the original Enduro riders, well respected within the new racing movement, he remains a serious contender.
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Anka Martin

Anka Martin consistantly improved all year long and remained a solid contender for a poditum finish at every round.
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Jerome Clementz

The Champ, Jerome Clementz is always having a good time...and how could he not with winning seeming to be a regular occurrence.
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Adam Craig

Adam Craig of the Giant Factory Off-Road Racing team was one of the few American racers to race the full EWS series.
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Mechanics

Previously a discipline where you are out on your own for days at a time...professional mechanics became a normal sight at the races this year.
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Anneke Beerten

Anneke Beerten the first Women's Enduro racer to podium with a 29" RockShox Pike and SRAM XX1 guiding her way.
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Nico

Nico on the hunt.
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Curtis Keene

Curtis Keene was one of only two American riders to race the full Enduro World Series in its debut season finishing in a respectable top-15 overall.
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Jerome Clementz on Glacier

Jerome Clementz out front mastering the deep ruts in the top glacier that have been known to swallow racers whole.
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Glacier

At times you have ZERO choice but to take the main line while navigating the foreign terrain of the glacier.
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Jerome on the Way to Victory

The sense of camaraderie is alive and well with Enduro. Anka Martin cheers on Jerome as he powers through one of the middle climbs on his way to victory.
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Enduro World Series

The pits were alive and well with electricity and excitement in Finale Ligure for the last round of the Enduro World Series.
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Rene

Rene makes his way down to the finish through the narrow streets of Italy.
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Anneke Beerten

Anneke Beerten navigates the technical terrain of the Italian coast.
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Anka Martin

It's all downhill from here. Anka Martin reaches the coastline in Finale letting it all hang out to the finish.
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Jerome

Unquestionably one of the best mountain bike riders alive at the moment, Jerome seals the deal with a final victory on an already spectacular season.
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Congratulations Jerome

SRAM athletes are like family, and every family celebration needs some cake. Congratulations Jerome.

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