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Brian Lopes and John Hauer at Punta Ala

Brian Lopes and John Hauer at Punta Ala

Brian Lopes talks about how he found the first race in Punta Ala of the Enduro World Series.

Here’s some riding action from Brian Lopes and John Hauer, from the race at Punta Ala.

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  1. Awkward?

    How wooden and awkward was that guy… although it was nice to here Lopes echoing the views of many other riders regarding the uplift/practice issue.

  2. fanboy

    Good videos, fun to watch. Those trails look damn fast and fun!

    Have to agree with BriLo on the practise thing, looking forward to the french rounds with limited/no practise going on, forcing everyone to ride on equal terms.

    X-fusions new products do look good, have to say. Good to see the bigger companies getting some competition. Got to love an underdog, hehe.

    1. WAKi

      As Mark Weir said in the interview for PB: there is no such thing as equity when it comes to knowing and not knowing the courses. No new track will be made particularly for EWS, they will be run on existing trails already used many times in the past on various Enduro competitions. That simply means: top dogs like Jerome Clementz are riding those trails for years, so they will know them way better than any Yankee. Just as it will happen in US the other way around

      Shuttling is stupid and practise should be limited but it is impossible to not stop it.

  3. Gaz

    You’ll never be able to get around home track advantage and evens itself out over a season anyway. I’m sure shuttling will get banned eventually but I’m sure Lopes will be at the next venue early looking to gain any legal advantage. He’s a full on racer and it’s not like he has’t got form. The whining is almost a little hypocritical in that respect. . . . . . .

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