In round 6 in Aspen Snowmass (US), the Commençal Vallnord athlete equipped by Northwave scored the fifth win out of six Enduro World Series rounds, ahead of fellow French athlete Courdurier. Oton close to podium in the men’s category
Northwave keeps on ruling at the 2017 Enduro World Series, celebrating the second double in a row with its most representative riders in the Women’s Series: Commençal Vallnord's Cecile Ravanel and Team SUNN's Isabeau Courdurier. Ravanel and Courdurier placed first and second respectively in EWS Round 6 held in Aspen Snowmass (US) last Saturday and Sunday, July 29th-30th. Ravanel clocked 51:21.30, finishing with a 47-second advantage on fellow French Courdurier and 50 seconds ahead of Canadian Casey Brown.
Cecile Ravanel is moving away of her rivals’ reach in the GC: the French rider leads with 2350 points ahead of Brit Katy Winton (1750) and German Ines Thoma (1740), with two stages to go. Courdurier is fourth with 1720.
Northwave grazed the podium in the Men’s race too with Devinci Enduro Racing’s Damien Oton, fourth in the US' event won by Australian Sam Hill. Oton is eighth in the GC with 1690 points, 30 less than teammate Theo Galy.