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Richie Rude keeping it real on Day 1 - photo Duncan Philpott.

​The word legendary gets thrown around a lot, but how else would you describe what just went down in Finale Ligure, Italy, for the 8th and final round of the 2015 Enduro World Series? 3 legends on the podium as Jared Graves took the race win from Barel and Vouilloz, with Barel now set to retire. Tracy Moseley held off a spirited Cecile Ravanel to take the last race of the season and seal her overall series win in the sweetest way possible - capping off a year of utter dominance from the multiple DH World Champ, multiple DH World Cup Champ, and now triple EWS Champ. Immediately following the race she in turn announced her retirement.

Looking to the future, we're not overly concerned for lack of talent. Richie Rude rode a steady race to 11th place but more importantly, the overall series win. For just his second season in the EWS, that's pretty incredible from the former DH specialist. With the announcement that Jared and Richie will no longer be teammates in 2016, who knows where the chips will now fall? What seems certain is that the future is bright. Yay racing!

2015 Enduro World Series Finale Ligure, Final Results, Men's Elite (full results)


2015 Enduro World Series Finale Ligure, Final Results, Women's Elite (full results)


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