#ANTIGRIP - The 2018 Enduro World Series is On!

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The Enduro World Series kicks off another season, this time in the hot, dry, unforgiving landscape of Lo Barnechea, Chile. Known for its moondust and famous "anti-grip" conditions, this region of Chile brings smiles and feelings of terror to riders as rocks and holes are hidden in the fine soil. The two-day race begins at an elevation of 2500 meters and with a combination of chairlifts, shuttles and pedaling over 6 stages, the competitors will hit a high point of 3500 meters while being timed and ranked on the descents. Stage 2 sets an EWS record at 11km long, descending 1800m which is longer than the entire Enduro World Series race in Ireland.

Sven Martin sends over his incredible photographs and rider interviews from the first two days of practice in this visually stunning slideshow.

Race stages and Map

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