Enduro World Series Welcomes Pinkbike as New Media Partner

Meet the real Jerome Clementz. He really is as relaxed as he appears away from the races but he doesn t usually let people see the other side the side we saw on the finish line today. He wasn t leaving a single tenth of a second on the table for Graves he wanted it bad. He admits that it s going to be a tough season of racing if he wants to hold onto his title though.
Pinkbike, the world’s largest mountain bike community, will collaborate with the EWS on video production for all eight of this season’s races. And with the first race in New Zealand just two months away, fans don’t have long to wait before getting a glimpse of the new style of coverage planned for this year. An expanded film crew means more videos at every event, as well as extra content that will be released throughout the year.The new films will of course capture all the action from the events, but also offer a rare insight into life on the circuit. Behind the scenes edits will tell the story of the mechanics, teams and amateur riders who help make the series what it is. There will also be a number of features looking at equipment development and pro bike set up.

What can you say about Fab Barel In Chile this year he fractured five vertebrae and is still in physio trying to fully overcome that horrific injury. This weekend he came here with no expectations he just wanted to take it day-by-day and see if he could complete the race. In the end even he could not seem to believe what he achieved. He was still trying to get his head around what he achieved when he headed for the podium.
bigquotes “We’ve cut our teeth covering the biggest events in mountain biking and we’re very much looking forward to the 2015 season. The EWS is one of the most significant race series to emerge in recent memory and we’ve assembled a talented media team accordingly. Look to see not only our gold standard coverage for the EWS this year, but a few new media initiatives as well!” – Julian Coffey, Publisher, Pinkbike
Jared needed a moment or two to compose himself before he could talk about the day s exexrtions.
Tracey Moseley played stage four safe this morning and took a third place finish. Moseley then got on the gas and took stages five and six to ride away with another EWS victory.
bigquotes The Enduro World Series has gone from strength to strength in the past two years and the growth in coverage and our new video partnership is a great next step. We’re really pleased to be working with Pinkbike so we can tell more stories throughout the year from the racing, as well as all the action that goes on behind the scenes. – Chris Ball, Managing Director of the Enduro World Series
Your 2014 series champions Jared Graves men Tracy Moseley women Sebastian Claquin junior and Primoz Strancar masters .
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