After resting for three weeks, the Enduro World Series continues next weekend in Winter Park, Colorado. Once again, the world’s best enduro athletes will fight for every single second on the high altitude trails of Winter Park. It’s going to be another exciting weekend of racing!

This time, there will be 5 stages spread over three days: stage 1 and 2 on Friday, stage 3 and 4 on saturday and the final stage on sunday. Total stage time will be around one hour.

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Enduro World Series Race Day Crankworx les 2 Alpes-32

Jerome Clementz in Les Deux Alpes

Current Standings

  1. Jerome Clementz – 1340
  2. Nicolas Vouilloz – 1226
  3. Jared Graves – 1180
  4. Remy Absalon – 900
  5. Fabien Barel – 832

There’s still anything possible in the men’s category: Jerome Clementz is only a few points ahead in front of Nico Vouilloz and Jared Graves. And remember: The Top5 looked totally different after each of the previous races. So nobody knows what the podium in Winter Park will look like…

Tracy Moseley Enduro World Series Trek

Three races, three wins: Tracy Moseley

  1. Tracy Moseley – 1800
  2. Cecile Ravanel – 1420
  3. Ines Thoma – 960
  4. Emmeline Ragot – 920
  5. Anneke Beerten – 880

During the last races, the women’s category was dominated by Tracy Moseley: The Trek rider won three out of three races and is nearly 400 points in front of Cecile Ravanel, followed by Ines Thoma. Will she continue her winning-strike in Winter Park?


Thursday, July 25th
10am – 4pm Startpacket pick-up
18:00 final start list posted
19:00 Rider Meeting

Friday, July 26th
9am stage 1
10am stage 2
5pm award ceremony stage 1 & 2

Saturday, July 26th
9am Stage 3, immediately followed by Stage 4
5pm award ceremony stage 3 & 4

Sonntag, 28. Juli
10am Finale / stage 5

There are no fixed practice-times, but practice is possible and recommended by the organizer.

We’ll keep you updated during the race-weekend. Meanwhile have a look at the race recap Video from the last Enduro World Series Stop in Les Deux Alpes to get in the right mood!

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About the author

Aaron Steinke

Aaron was our first employee and actively helped make our company what it is today, significantly shaping the look and direction of our various magazines. Aaron has been pursuing his own projects since mid-2020 but he continues to advise and support us on issues of marketing and technology. For many years, you would usually have found Aaron at casual enduro races, but increasingly you'll find him riding his road bike – long live freedom on two wheels!