A ONE MINUTE ENDURO WORLD SERIES 2018 HIGHLIGHT IN AN URBAN DOWNHILL STAGE AT THE NEW VENUE, MANIZALES COLOMBIA!
The EWS season take off last weekend in Lo Barnechea, Chile with overall professional bikers winners Sam Hill and Cecile Ravanel. A lot of things happened at Chile, now at the second round what should we expect? With a new venue in Manizales, Colombia. This time with pine forests, abundant rainforests and coffee plantations. And it is said to have a rainy forecast this weekend and black soil to be very slippery when wet.
“No one was quite sure to expect from round two of the Enduro World Series in Columbia – an urban downhill stage in Manizales city followed by six stages. But what transpired was one of the most unique and exciting races to date. ” – Enduro World Series
Now let’s talk about the new venue because EWS has never been held in Maninzales, Colombia! It is a city in the mountainous coffee-growing region of western Colombia. Manizales is located at 2119 m (6952 ft) above sea level in the heart of the Andes Mountains.
At 0:26, you can see the road is slippery and the biker is like having a hard time because of the wet and muddy racing with black soil.
In 0:31, bikers washing their bikes after the race! This is really a wet marathon!
“Immerse yourself in this incredible culture as you race against the world’s best on trails that take in everything from pine forests to lush rainforests and world famous coffee plantations. Home to some of the most famous urban races around, the event will pay homage to this as it starts with an exciting prologue through downtown Manizales. If you want to get the most of the Colombian experience then head out ahead of the event and experience a free guided ride through the iconic coffee fields” – Enduro World Series
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