It all comes down to this. We’re at the final round of the 2016 Enduro World Series and after three continents, 500km of riding and more than 50 special stages we’ve still no idea who will be crowned men’s World Champion.
Richie Rude is the strong favourite but he’ll have to watch their back as a single slip up could unravel a year’s worth of graft. Cecile Ravanel has the women’s series wrapped up and will be hoping to finish her year in style.
Finale Ligure provides a fitting venue for the riders to do battle and you can get a sneak peak of the event here. If you want a closer look at the trails themselves we’ve got them previewed here.
The EWS said: “Seven rounds have brought us to this point where we arrive on the Italian coast in Finale Ligure. Cecile Ravanel has wrapped the Women’s title whilst Richie Rude is looking good for the Men’s but it’s not over until the clock stops ticking on Sunday afternoon, can he secure his second title?”