EWS Whistler 2019: Day One Results

EWS Whistler 2019: Day One Results

Results are in from the first day of racing in Whistler EWS 2019. Day one had just one stage of racing, but being ‘The Top of the World’ stage it makes up a large portion of the full race. The women’s racing is super tight so far, with just over 30 seconds separating the top five. In the men’s Richie Rude put in a serious margin into the rest of the field, and with new names mixing it up, tomorrows racing is going to be exciting. 

1st: Isabeau Courdurier
2nd: Noga Korem
3rd: Andreane Lanthier Nadeau
4th: Katy Winton
5th: Miranda Miller

Full Results.

1st: Richie Rude
2nd: Shawn Neer
3rd: Joshua Carlson
4th: Matthew Walker
5th: Sam Hill

Sven Martin – Downtime Podcast

Sven Martin - Downtime Podcast

Sven Martin is one of our photographers for Hurly Burly and The World Stage, but he’s more than just our photographer. Sven has been a staple in mountain biking for well over a decade, who’s helped progress the sport into new directions all the while capturing some of the most iconic images.

We’re lucky enough to work with Sven on our books, and this podcast gives you an insight his life, photography and mountain biking. Great stuff from Chris at The Downtime Podcast.

EWS Concussion Pocket Guide

EWS Concussion Pocket Guide

We spotted this simple and informative guide on the Enduro World Series website, something we recommend everyone printing out and sticking in your riding bag. Concussions are common place in our sport, but are a fairly invisible injury compared to a broken bone or an open wound, and ultimately often go ignored. Having the best advice and knowledge at your fingertips could be life changing. 

This guide offers, symptoms, red flags, a memory assessment, what to do and the best way to return to riding after.

We’d like to thank the EWS for making this guide. If you want to print of your own copy, you can find it here.

EWS 2020 Calendar Announced


The EWS have just announced their 2020 race calendar, which will be returning with seven rounds and the Trophy Of Nations finishing the season off in Finale Ligure.

Round 1 – 28th March: Manizales, Colombia
Round 2 – 4th April: Lo Barnechea, Chile
Round 3 – 23 May: Montagnes du Caroux (Orlargues), France
Round 4 – 4 July: Val Di Fassa, Italy
Round 5 – 11 July: Petzen/Jamnica, Slovenia
Round 6 – 8 August: Whistler, Canada
Round 7 – 29 August: Zermatt, Switzerland

Trophy of Nations – 26 September: Finale Ligure, Italy

Eddie Masters and his ‘Enduro’ training program

Eddie Masters and his 'Enduro' training program

After a 3rd position in Canazei EWS a few weekends ago, Eddie Masters made a last minute decision to miss Andorra World Cup and race the EWS in Les Orres, France. In Les Orres he took his first ever EWS win last weekend, but that got us wondering about how Eddie is able to turn his hand to Enduro so easily. 

Archive footage from Morzine a few years ago, gives us an insight into his training program.

Final Results Les Orres EWS 2019

Final Results Les Orres EWS 2019

Racing has just finished up in Les Orres for the fifth round of the 2019 EWS. Eddie Masters has proved he’s an Enduro force to be reckoned with for the rest of the season. In the Women’s Raphaela Richter put in a fantastic performance into second place.

1st: Ed Masters
2nd: Richie Rude
3rd: Adrien Dailly
4th: Florian Nicolai
5th: Dimitri Tordo

1st: Isabeau Courdurier
2nd: Raphaela Richter
3rd: Miranda Miller
4th: Ines Thoma
5th: Noga Korem

Full results coming soon.

Day One Results Les Orres EWS 2019

Day one of racing has wrapped up in Les Orres, with just over three seconds separating the top three men, it’s all still to play for in the final three (updated) stages. Adrien Dailly is in first, Ed Masters in second and Richie Rude in third position. In the women’s racing Isabeau Courdurier is currently sitting in first, Raphaela Richter in second and Ines Thoma in third.

Update: Stage 5 has been cancelled due to a storm.


1st: Adrien Dailly
2nd: Ed Masters
3rd: Richie Rude


1st. Isabeau Courdurier
2nd. Raphaela Richter
3rd. Ines Thoma