Stages 3 and 4 of the Enduro World Series at the Trestle Bike Park did not go as originally planned. A malfunction with the lift led to the cancellation of the original Stage 4. As a solution, the original Stage 3 was broken up in to two pieces to make this EWS round a 5-stage event. The original Stage 4 was a long, pedally stretch of high alpine singletrack and current top EWS competitors welcomed the change, especially with the brutal altitude. While less technically demanding, the day 2 stages proved challenging with one particular sniper rock taking out many wheels and brake rotors and ruining overall results. Jerome Clementz and Tracy Moseley retained leads at day's end while Nicolas Vouilloz and Fabien Barel are set up for a battle on the final Stage 5. Enjoy the photo action from Dave Trumpore and video goods supplied by Shimano as the Enduro World Series rolls on at Trestle Bike Park.