In Whistler (Canada), Commercial Vallnord Enduro's French rider brought her Northwave Enduro Mid on top again. Yohann Barelli fifth in the men’s race
Northwave’s Cécile Ravanel keeps on dominating the 2018 Enduro World Series. The Commençal Vallnord Enduro’s rider ruled also in the round 6 in Whistler (Canada) on Saturday August 11th and Sunday August 12th. Ravanel completed her effort in the “Pro Women” category in 47:24.95, preceding her eternal rival Isabeau Courdurier by 1:25 and Israel's Noga Korem, third at 2’50”.
Equipped with Enduro Mid shoes, the 37-year-old rider from Frejus stretched her domination in the most important Enduro circuit in the World. Ravanel now leads the GC with 2400 points ahead of Courdurier (2100) and Katy Winton (1780).
In the “Pro Men” category, Northwave’s Yohann Barelli (Commençal Vallnord Enduro) finished fifth, as Martin Maes claimed success ahead of Sam Hill and Eddie Masters. Damien Oton (Unior Devinci) occupies the third overall place with 2230 points behind Hill (2830) and Maes (2270).