Two weeks ago, the 2017 Enduro World Series season opened in Rotorua, New Zealand. The one day epic covered 40 miles with just over 6500 feet of climbing, which was marred by stormy conditions that saw many of the top riders finish out of the money.
This week, the EWS moves to Derby, Tasmania, for Round No. 2. The race will cover 35 miles, with nearly 5600 feet of climbing in just one day. That’s slightly shorter than Rotorua, but still constitutes a big day of racing. Catch a glimpse of the course they’ll be racing in the video below.
For more on the current standings and race course, check the EWS No. 2 race preview.