Révolution Ravanel - Cécile Ravanel for the win at Enduro World Series Round 3 Révolution Ravanel - Cécile Ravanel for the win at Enduro World Series Round 3

Révolution Ravanel - Cécile Ravanel for the win at Enduro World Series Round 3

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Monday, May 15, 2017

SRAM and RockShox pro women continue to dominate the 2017 Enduro World Series. This past weekend in Madeira, Portugal, Cécile Ravanel won an incredible seven of the event’s nine stages to take her second overall win of the season. The Commencal Vallnord Enduro Team rider’s bike was equipped with a SRAM X01 Eagle™ drivetrain, Guide Ultimate brakes, RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork, Super Deluxe RT Remote shock and Reverb 1x remote post

Following her win at EWS Round 2 in Tasmania, Isabeau Courdurier was back on the second step on the podium. The Sunn Factory Enduro rider took a stack of 2nd-place stage finishes and one stage win. Isabeau’s bike was equipped with a SRAM X01 Eagle™ drivetrain, Guide Ultimate brakes, RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork, Monarch Plus shock and Reverb 1x remote post.

Canyon Factory Enduro Team rider Ines Thoma finished the two-day Madeira event in 4th place to maintain a solid hold on 2nd place in the EWS overall standings. Thoma rode a SRAM X01 Eagle™ drivetrain, Guide Ultimate brakes, RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork, Super Deluxe RCT shock and Reverb 1x remote post.

On the men’s side, Devinvi Global Racing’s Damien Oton finished 3rd overall, and the ever-popular Sam Hill finished 5th, and now stands 2nd in the series’ overall standings. Both Oton and Hill’s bikes of choce were equipped with a SRAM X01 Eagle™ drivetrain, Guide Ultimate brakes, RockShox Lyrik RCT3 fork, Super Deluxe RCT and Monarch Plus  shock with a Reverb 1x remote post.

 

Photos by Sven Martin

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