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Round two of the 2014 Enduro World Series has wrapped up at the Tweedlove Festival in Scotland, and after two days of racing, Nico Lau has held onto his day 1 lead to claim his first ever EWS win. The race was plenty eventful bordering on chaotic at times, with the trails of day 1 proving a handful for many of the top names. Both Jared Graves and Martin Maes struggled mightily through the first day, but with strong showing here on day 2 including a stage win each, both have managed to limit the damage and salvage important points for the overall. Justin Leov has confirmed his huge potential with a personal-best second place, which also sees the Kiwi DHer-come-Enduro racer climb onto his second-ever EWS podium. Local boy Joe Barnes kept his head cool and the throttle pinned to make his maiden EWS podium climb, for third. Florian Nicolai and Francois Bailly-Maitre round out the top 5 completing a dominant showing for the French, even in the absence of Jerome Clementz and Nicolas Vouilloz (both injured).

View Nico Lau's Winning Bike - Cube Stereo 160

2014 Enduro World Series Round 2 Men's Results (full results)


In the women's Tracy Moseley thoroughly dominated from the outset, winning 7 out of 8 stages on her way to victory by 45 seconds over Anne-Caroline Chausson and Cecile Ravanel. With Leov taking an impressive 2nd place in the men's, the Trek Factory Racing Enduro Team will further consolidate its round 1 lead in the team standings.

2014 Enduro World Series Round 2 Women's Results (full results)


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And a little DirtTV day 2 action too!

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