La Thuile, Italy
The absence of the great Jerome Clementz and Fabien Barel due to injury in the men’s fields has opened the door to a young crop of new riders. Who will take the win in the 4th Enduro World Series Men’s race? The women’s field on the other hand is between Moseley and Chausson locked in an epic battle.
Day 1 Coverage Video
The EWS crew and their massive utility vehicle.
Day 2 Coverage Video
Round 4 – La Thuile Superenduro powered by SRAM, 12–13 July
1. Damien Oton France
2. Francois Bailly-Maitre France
3. Joe Barnes Great Britain
Up and coming Frenchman, Damien Oton took the win and shocked the world with his performance. Finishing the EWS overall last year in 11th place, Damien has shown promise on board his DeVinci Spartan with constantly improving results all the way to a 2nd place finish in EWS #3 in Valloire with a 2nd place finish.
In this race, he charged out of the gate with two early stage wins and held off another podium newcomer, Francois Bailly-Maitre of Team BMC. Oton now sits in 2nd place behind Jared Graves for the Enduro World Series Overall.
1. Tracy Moseley Great Britain
2. Anne Caroline Chausson France
3. Cecile Ravanel France
This one was a two-horse race between Moseley and Chausson all the way as they took virtually all the stage wins. Mosely charged out of the gate with a stage 1 one win and held on throughout the two days. Moseley now sits in first place in the overall EWS standings.