Enduro World Series – The 2015 Season Review

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In it’s third year, the Enduro World Series continues to progress rapidly. 2015 was a rollercoaster of a journey.

Looking back over the season, Richard Cunynghame guides you through the key moments. With injury and illness affecting potential champions and rising stars eager to jump into the limelight, it was clear from the start that drama was on the cards across the eight diverse venues.
2015 Race Dates

Round 1 – GIANT Toa Enduro, Crankworx Rotorua, New Zealand – March 28
Round 2 – Chain Reaction Cycles Emerald Enduro, County Wicklow, Ireland – May24
Round 3 – Cannondale Alpine Bikes World Enduro, Tweed Valley, Scotland – May 30/31
Round 4 – Samoens Enduro World Series driven by Urge Bike Products, France – July 18/19
Round 5 – Yeti Cycles Big Mountain Enduro presented by Shimano, Crested Butte, USA – July 31/ August 1/2
Round 6 – SRAM Canadian Open Enduro presented by Specialized, Crankworx Whistler, Canada – August 9
Round 7 – Specialized Opel Enduro Festival Zona Zero, Zona Zero Ainsa Sobrabe, Spain – September 25-27
Round 8 – Superenduro powered by SRAM, Finale Ligure, Italy – October 3/4

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