Enduro World Series Race Action from Corral, Chile

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They say that when everything seems to be conspiring against you it’s because you’re onto something big, and the universe is resisting you. After 6 months of no racing, 40+ hour travel nightmares of missed connections and lost luggage, over-booked ferries and even a forest fire that threatened the race village, we were pretty close to not getting any racing done at all at the first round of the 2016 Enduro World Series in Corral, Chile. But just as everything seems hopeless, there’s always a sliver of hope, and the road ahead opens up again. And so it was that the racers took to the hills and the forests of Patagonia to duke it out for the first win of the season. With Richie Rude and Martin Maes leading after the first of two grueling days on the bike, you’d be tempted to call it a young man’s game but that would be ignoring the looming threat of the eternally fast living legend that is Nicolas Vouilloz lurking in third. With only 30 seconds separating the Top 10, anything could and most probably will still happen – so without further ado, dig into the day 1 action, and get ready for more fireworks as the race concludes today Sunday.

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