After hosting the French Enduro Series for 5 years
and the European Enduro Series in 2018,
the resort of LES ORRES has been selected to host the 5th round
of the 2019 ENDURO WORLD SERIES which will take place
between 5 and 7 July 2019.
WHAT IS THE ENDURO WORLD SERIES RACE (EWS) ?
This is an innovative blend of competition, adventure, exploration and adrenalin.
It attracts the world’s best Enduro riders: professionals and amateurs, women and men, racing solo against the clock on each of the 6 to 8 courses.
Spectacular trails, famous destinations, top professional riders and world-class brand names are selected by the Enduro World Series team to attract and enthral a wide audience.
In 5 years, the Enduro World Series races have become an authentic world phenomenon, now known and reputed as the international Enduro mountain biking event that’s not to be missed.
Pleasure and fun are the ingredients of this powerful event and its unique, convivial atmosphere.
- A target of more than 400 riders, both national and international, of 43 nationalities
- An audience of more than 4,000 visitors from local, regional, national and international origins
- A staff team of more than 150 people
WEDNESDAY 3 July
THURSDAY 4 July
Saturday professional recce
FRIDAY 5 July
Sunday professional recce
SATURDAY 6 July
From 8 am: 4 stages
SUNDAY 7 July
From 8 am: 4 stages
6 pm: Podium
Isabeau Courdurier (Intense-Mavic Collective) leads the rankings and has won ever race so far this season. The French rider will take to the start line in Les Orres as the clear favourite to take the win on home soil.
Israeli rider Noga Korem (GT Factory Racing) currently sits second in the series rankings after a strong start to her 2019 season. She came second at round three in Madeira and will be looking to get on the podium in Les Orres as well.
French rider Morgane’s 2019 season got off to a great start when she cam second at round one in New Zealand. She will take to the start line in Les Orres ranked third in the world, and will want to make sure she does well in front of her home crowd.
Belgian rider Martin (GT Factory Racing) has won every race of the 2019 season so far and leads the rankings by nearly 400 points. Although he has a number of EWS wins to his name he has yet to win the overall championship and is open that this is his hope for this year.
Florian (Canyon Factory Racing) is often referred to as ‘Flying Flo’ and it’s easy to see why - the Frenchman sits second in the series rankings and was on the podium at both rounds one and two.
Reigning Champion Sam (Chain Reaction Cycles Mavic) has had a slow start to the season by his standards - but the Australian still sits sixth in the series rankings and there’s every chance this legend of the sport could still do something special in Les Orres.
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