Bluegrass EWS Finale Race Preview

Bluegrass EWS Finale Race Preview

By EWS

The Enduro World Series (EWS) will once again conclude its season in Italy, with the Bluegrass EWS Finale and Rider Trophy this Saturday.

The finale is the only venue to have featured on the EWS calendar every year without fail

 

The Series’ spiritual home will host the final round of the 2020 season, as riders line up to take on one of Europe’s most iconic trail networks in a big day of racing. Featuring four stages and nearly 60km of pedaling, the race promises a huge day of racing to see out the season in style.

Melanie Pugin on her way to winning in Pietra last week

 

In the women’s race 2019 Champion Isabeau Courdurier (Lapierre Zipp Collective) will not take the start due to an ankle injury, leaving the women’s race wide open. Melanie Pugin, will be charging hard for three wins out of three; having won the EWS-E in Zermatt at round one followed the Vittoria EWS Pietra Ligure last weekend. Trying hard to stop her will be the newly crowned French Champion Morgane Charre (Pivot Factory Racing). Her toughest competition is likely to come from her fellow country women Estelle Charles, Morgane Jonnier (Team Peugeot Cycles) and Julie Duvert (Theory Global Enduro Team).

However, there’s a slew of fast women ready to take on…

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