After just over one month brake after the first race in Trieste (ITA), SloEnduro series held it’s second race of the 2014 season. Riders stopped in Cerkno to find out who did some improvements after Enduro 3 Camini. Nejc Rutar (Unior Tools Team) from Slovenia and Lilla Megyaszai (Cube Csömör) from Hungary made it all they way through five stages to the victory.


It was allready clear before the race that we will get new winners and new leaders in SloEnduro series, since slovenian rider, Vid Peršak (Orbea Geax) and Ana Zupan (, both winners of the opening race, got injured in the meantime. So Kristjan Medvešček (KK Črn Trn, SLO) and Nina Rupnik (Orbea Geax, SLO) took the leading positions before the race, but neither of them couldn’t manage to step on the winners spot.


In men’s competition Nejc Rutar with number 2 did a very good job and won all fiver stages of the day. At the end he took a win with a time of 24:07 and almost a minute ahead of second placed Kristjan Medvešček. Last spot on the podium went to home rider, Tadej Razpet (Pedal Racing Team, SLO).


In women’s category Lilla Megyaszai did the best job in muddy conditions. She also managed to win all five stages and made it to the victory with more than 3 minutes lead. The nearest rival was home rider, Saša Bevk (Pedal Racing Team) on second place. Last podium spot went to Nina Rupnik.


Nina Rupnik and Nejc Rutar are also new leaders in SloEnduro overall rankings, but there still are six races to go till the end of the season, so the battle is on!


The fastest rider in juniors category was home contendor, Jan Štucin (Pedal Racing Team, SLO), while in masters category the fastest riders were Robert Kordež in Master1 and Primož Štrancar in Master 2 category (both riding for Orbea Geax, SLO).


Next race will be held in Bike Park Javornik on 7th and 8th of June under the name Kamplc Enduro.


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Words: Jaka Tancik | Pictures: Nejc Bole

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