The final round of the first Enduro World Cup season is gearing up for a big showdown in Châtel, France. Riders are on the ground getting their first taste of the trails for this weekend’s racing. That includes several Canadians who are in contention for wins and for overall titles in France.
Emmy Lan (Forbidden Synthesis) will look to extend her EDR winning streak in the under-21 women’s series, near perfect so far this season, while Jesse Melamed (Canyon Cllctv) and Rhys Verner (Forbidden Synthesis) will take a swing at unseating current men’s leader, Richie Rude.
It all comes down to one day of racing in Châtel this Sunday, Sept. 17.
Practice RAW at Châtel: 2023 Enduro World Cup
What’s UCI saying from France?
It’s practice day in Châtel for the final UCI Enduro World Cup of the year! The stages are taking NO prisoners after a downfall of rain last night has greased things up adding some extra challenges to some already technical terrain!
The riders practice stages 4-7 today and then get to grips on the freshly cut, natural 1-3 stages on Saturday