Fast Girls – Fast Bikes: The EWS ladies and their bikes
“Girls just wanna have fun” – the well known song title is only one part of truth when it comes to racing at the Grand Finale of the Enduro World Series 2013 in Finale Liguria. For many of the fast women, its primary serious racing!
Let’s have a look on the fast ladies and their bikes!
Tracey Moseley won the race here in Finale Liguria on her Trek Remedy 29.
Last year’s winner Anne Caroline Chausson was riding her IBIS Mojo like she did the races before.
Anne Caroline Chausson
Fast frenchgirl Cecile Ravanel proudly presents her new GT Force.
Only 120mm rear travel is enough for Germanys Ines Thoma at her custom Canyon Nerve CF.
Anneke Beerten with her Specialized Enduro 29.
Isabeau Courdurier had a strong race, finishing 7th!
An established team: Anka Martin with her Juliana Furtado
Pauline Dieffenthaler build her Cannondale Jekyll with similar parts like Jerome Clementz, using high-end Mavic & RockShox components
Caro Gehrig from Switzerland presents her Specialized Enduro 29 at the Finale beach.
Lorraine Truong and her Norco Range received a one-minute time penalty – finishing 13.
Kelli Emmett from the Giant Factory Racing Team with her Intrigue.
A torn-ligament on the first day couldn’t stop Julia Hofmann from racing her Marin Attack Trail on sunday – tough girl!
Photos: Christoph Bayer
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