Racing at 11,000 feet: EWS Round 6

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The highest elevation race of the Enduro World Series!

Ready to ride at 11,000 feet? The Enduro World Series has added a bit more challenge to their already technical courses...riding at the high elevation trails of Aspen, Colorado. Throughout two days of racing, the riders experienced racing heartbeats and a lack of oxygen over six long stages. But the organization provided a good mix of typical stages from Colorado while also adding in some new fresh-cut and technical ones. It was quite the experience!

Jérôme ended up in 11th place!

"I had a good feeling on my bikes for almost all the stages except stage 3 where I didn't make it fast and lost precious seconds. After the first day I finished 15th and a little bit upset, but it gave me extra motivation to reach the top 10 on the second day of racing. I rode good, but good is not enough to reach the top 10. I am happy to finish 11th and catch up some good points for the overall!" - Jérôme

Congrats, Jérôme!

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