Riding Out the Storm: Enduro World Series, Val d'Isere

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It wouldn't be a mountain bike race in the Alps if weather didn't play a factor. The first three stages of the Enduro World Series in Val d'Isere took place under variable conditions that changed throughout the day. Stages 1 and 2 were dry and dusty, but Stage 3 was held under wet weather causing slippery trail conditions. In the end, Tracy Moseley and Jerome Clementz remained dominant and hold the overall lead going into the final day of racing. Enjoy the action from Sven Martin, deep in the French Alps.
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3 comments
  • Mike_Doucette

    8/25/2013 8:44 AM

    amazing coverage.

  • ComradeD

    8/25/2013 3:18 AM

    I wonder if Greg Minaar will call out Cedric Gracia as a cheat

  • scriz

    8/24/2013 7:19 PM

    In summary, what were "French cheat lines" in Whistler are now great photo ops, CG gets a 30 second penalty for not wearing a helmet and no one cares, and big wheels are definitely superior despite Clementz and Graves killing it on 26". Mmmmmk.