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    Enduro-World-Series-Countdown-Interviews-Anne-Caro-Brian Lopes Team Ibis


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    You can follow live twitter updates from the EWS lf rd 1 from here

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    See Lopes is riding a Ripley at EWS, WTF!! Why would he not be on his HD?? an XC/trail 29er, seriously!?? He obviously doesn't want to win. He is riding the most least capable bike out of every single rider entered in the series.

    Maybe Ibis have told him he has to ride it?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    See Lopes is riding a Ripley at EWS, WTF!! Why would he not be on his HD?? an XC/trail 29er, seriously!?? He obviously doesn't want to win. He is riding the most least capable bike out of every single rider entered in the series.

    Maybe Ibis have told him he has to ride it?
    Thought Id move this discussion back to this thread, don't want to upset the 650b wheeler crowd too much, so touchy like the Borg they must assimilate everyone.

    Yeah I was like WTF, this is the toughest course tightest and most technical of all the 7 rounds, it might be a good proving ground or epic failure, I just hope with all the hype which Im totally sick of re wheel size! regardless of which one it is shows that 26" is here to stay and if manufactures ignore it it will be at there own peril in the long run.

    I could name a few brands that have screwed the pooch over a few recent years by ignoring certain markets.

    More importantly its about the riders not the bikes we know the course isn't going to be lame.

    That all said back to fun stuff, Im sure the Ripley will be a good choice come the US rounds.

    This round is going to be tough on man and machine can't wait.

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    Dirt Fantasy League & EWS betting game!

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    Also EWS have their own cool version bit different just choose the top 3 for mens and women's, simple, I like that its not factored to just the men like on Dirts you must have four men and can only have one women that sucks unfortunately. Dirt sort it out its 2013, not 1913!

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    Yeah I agree mate, will just have to see how he goes I guess.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    Yeah I agree mate, will just have to see how he goes I guess.

    I entered your Private League. Team Morrisons Muppets.
    lol, awesome just accepted it, getting prepped for a wet ride today with my02 its pissing with rain here should be fun, sorta mirrors whats happening in Punta, it rained hard so racing will be even more tech and tires will play a big part, should suit Fabien even more!

    Chur, muppets love it

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    Yeah I got a bunch of mates down there now doing the 12hour Moonride and said its wet as lol suckers. I still cant ride for another 3-4months. Just started physio on shoulder 2 weeks ago, got a long way to go yet.

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    Haha yeah not missing doing Moonride either did that for long enough, last year was the last straw lol.

    Ah not good on the shoulder, heal up fast dude, lest you have EWS and WCs to follow now

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    Prologue Results are in

    Some early round results of the first EWS


    1 33 CURE Alex URGE BIKE PR S E3 37.8 37.8 600
    2 14 BAREL Fabien CANYON FACTO S E5 38.0 38.0 500
    3 2 GRACIA Cedric ACA S E6 38.1 38.1 420
    3 23 MAES Martin GT FACTORY R S E1 38.1 38.1 420
    5 8 VOUILLOZ Nicolas UC MONACO S E6 38.8 38.8 300
    5 9 LAU Nicolas CUBE ACTION S E4 38.8 38.8 300
    5 24 QUERE Nicolas ACME S E4 38.8 38.8 300
    8 4 GRAVES Jared YETI / FOX F S E5 39.1 39.1 220
    9 11 LUPATO Alex FRM FACTORY S E4 39.5 39.5 200
    9 83 JEREMY Arnould IRWEGO COMME S E4 39.5 39.5 200
    11 29 BRUNI Loic CAGNES SUR M S E3 39.6 39.6 180
    12 19 NICOLAI Florian S E3 39.7 39.7 170
    13 3 ATHERTON Dan GT FACTORY R S E5 39.8 39.8 160
    13 10 DUCCI Manuel LIFE CYCLE S E5 39.8 39.8 160
    15 6 CLEMENTZ Jerome CANNONDALE S E4 39.9 39.9 140
    15 16 ABSALON Remy COMMENCAL S E4 39.9 39.9 140
    15 41 MAY Ludovic NORCO ENDURO S E4 39.9 39.9 140
    35 15 LOPES Brian IBIS/X-FUSIO S E7 42.0 42.0 96

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    Bikes of RD1 Punta

    24 Bikes of the Enduro World Series

    Manuel Ducci and his Ibis Mojo HD
    interesting Manuel is using the Slant and O2 shock?


    Brian Lopes and his Ibis Ripley


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    and ACC 1st out of all the female riders

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    and ACC 1st out of all the female riders
    Yep wikid and Emmeline Ragot 2nd beating allot of Enduro regulars awesome result, Peaty getting stamped though

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    lol yeah Peaty miles behind, he was probably drunk lol

    Fabien the man! on his secret 650b Strive with some top secret covered up shock lol, I still can't believe Lopes is riding the Ripley

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    I still can't believe Lopes is riding the Ripley
    By the looks of Lopes face in that picture, he's not happy about it either. No doubt the ripley is an awsome bike, just not sure it's the best choice for this race.

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    Lopes' setup is going to be a big deficit. Not only is he riding a short travel 29'r, he is running a double with no guide. Chain drops are going to cost him some big time out on the courses.

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    He is really being held back riding the Ripley in this comp I reckon. If he was on the HD I would put money on him placing top 3 overall and a very strong contender to take the win. On the Ripley however I doubt a top 15 overall Very very sad seeing such an incredible riding being held back like this

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    You guys don't think Lopes gets to choose what bike he rides? Maybe he chose the Ripley?

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    I suspect he wanted a challenge, ergo, ride the Ripley.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    lol yeah Peaty miles behind, he was probably drunk lol

    Fabien the man! on his secret 650b Strive with some top secret covered up shock lol, I still can't believe Lopes is riding the Ripley
    Yeah Peaty, still Legend haha.

    Um interesting with Fabian surprises me he bought into the hype, sell bikes or be inaugural EWS Champ, Im all for the right tool for the job especially since these guys have the options, choice who knows! But for this round and course Id stick with 26", Manuel for example I wouldn't be surprised if that setup Slant/02 Shock was just for the Prologue, come proper stages I suspect he will be back on the Vengeance and HLR shock!

    Ill predict it now in a few years allot more rules around changes to setup once you reach parc ferme on entering an event like proper dirt bike Enduro, no mods or equipment changes will be allowed, track /stage practices and shuttles will be banned and they should be now.

    I agree re Brian's bike setup even on the Ripley let alone not choosing the HD, Id want single ring setup, take the smaller ring, its going to be lost in the tech with flats mechanical and the distance total riding between stages imo.

    Other rounds will no doubt suit the Ripley, but even his fork looks XC, weird.

    Check out this shot of Anne Carro thats HD riding and this is a prologue, this is how its done!


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    Yeah he may be wanting to see how far he can push himself and the Ripley and in turn showing people what the Ripley is actually capable in the right hands but I think if he seriously wanted to win this thing then he would be on his HD no doubt.

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    Here is a cool shot of Brian on the Ripley


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick005 View Post
    Here is a cool shot of Brian on the Ripley

    For comparison, body position says allot. Also if anything the prologue could have done with some man made jumps like a mini version of street DH, fast lines being some jumps, maybe table tops and slower riders using the some bypass lines around them for example just to spice it up for the spectators and also reward riders of skill not just pedal power, still some close shaves to walls steps etc in that old fort section lol.


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    AC is just a badass of the highest order. Mad respect.

    Quote Originally Posted by Maverick005 View Post
    Check out this shot of Anne Carro thats HD riding and this is a prologue, this is how its done!

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    lopes on ripley...

    Quote Originally Posted by Accident Prone View Post
    See Lopes is riding a Ripley at EWS, WTF!! Why would he not be on his HD?? an XC/trail 29er, seriously!?? He obviously doesn't want to win. He is riding the most least capable bike out of every single rider entered in the series.

    Maybe Ibis have told him he has to ride it?
    there is a new dirttv video on the enduro world series homepage...enduroworldseries.com at 7.30 in the vid brian says, and I quote "it is the new model we are trying to get out in front of the camera" interesting...

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    Quote Originally Posted by benja55 View Post
    AC is just a badass of the highest order. Mad respect.
    Totally badass, best description!

    What makes her even more badass is her run was in the wet!

    The men were in the dry, gotta be some seriously hurt egos knowing that! Lol.



    Interesting ianthom, not sure I agree with that marketing myself but who the hell am I haha

    To me you don't put the latest M3 out with the F1 boys in F1 cars, but this is mtb and they go where they like!

    Ibis have a great spread though with Life Cycles ripping HDs, Anne C obviously, stoked shes not forced into the Ripley here, though shes sponsored by BOS suspension and I don't think they do 29er sus a good thing lol, and there are plenty of other riders representing HDs.

    Im not anti 29er just don't want to see DH or Enduro head that way personally.

    At least Lycra is banned at Punta Ala!

    They've just started the first stage on day 2 so hopefully all the Ibis riders including Brian L go well.

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    Congrats!!

    Fab Fabian takes it overall!
    Tracey Mosely 1st in the womens!

    Men's Results
    1. Fabien Barel
    2. Jerome Clementz
    3. Jared Graves
    4. Martin Maes
    5. Dan Atherton
    6. Benjamin Cruz
    7. Sam Blenkinsop


    Women's Results
    1. Tracy Moseley
    2. Emmeline Ragot
    3. Cecile Ravanel
    4. Anneke Beerten


    AC crashed quite badly in stage 1

    Jared Graves 3rd an awesome result for him and the Aussies
    Sam Blienkinsop 7th best of the Kiwis also awesome since hes still a young gun World Up DHer not specifically training for Enduro.

    Peaty first of the Santa Cruz Syndicate home


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    And Lopes on the Ripley? 15th. That's pretty impressive on a bike that is pretty admittedly not the right tool for the course.

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    Is there any where to view/links video of the actual racing?

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    I've been trying to get the lap distance, and it's nowhere. Does anyone know!!

    And elevation gain. Why the secreccyyyyy?
    Note to self: 85% of FTP for 20 min.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gregg K View Post
    I've been trying to get the lap distance, and it's nowhere. Does anyone know!!

    And elevation gain. Why the secreccyyyyy?
    http://www.enduroworldseries.com/med..._punta-ala.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRSpalding View Post
    And Lopes on the Ripley? 15th. That's pretty impressive on a bike that is pretty admittedly not the right tool for the course.
    definitely impressive and it will no doubt help Ripley sales, interesting interview though on Vitalmtb, you can hear and see though he answered very carefully not unhappy but I think if he was buying an Ibis bike to ride for example something else would have been the choice. Im stoked he smashed the Specialised Enduro lol.

    I dont want to get into a war on wheels as Im so over it! I wish mtb would just get back to bikes being bikes like riders are riders they come in all shapes and sizes we dont care. Still an amazing result in that company in that terrain.

    Brian Lopes slaying some single track in Punta


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    Manuel Ducci and Curtis Keene, this is what Enduro is about!


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    More of what Enduro is about and so cool.

    Smiles and rolling off the start line, throw in a couple of Legends awesome!


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    Whoops. Wrong race. Thanks anyways.
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    Enduro-World-Series-Countdown-Interviews-Anne-Caro-Brian Lopes Team Ibis

    So Lopes was the fastest 29er. What were the wheel sizes that were in front of him?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mtbbiker View Post
    So Lopes was the fastest 29er. What were the wheel sizes that were in front of him?


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    1st Fabian did use a 27.5 for the prologue, not sure if he stayed with that or went back to 26" for main stages, he's not a fan of bigger wheels!

    2nd Jerome Clementz Cannondale Jekyll 26"
    3rd Jared Graves SB66c 26"
    biggest surprise for me his result, new he would be up they're just didn't think he would have the endurance for the early rounds!
    4th martin maes std GT Force 150mm 26"
    5th da atherton GT proto 27.5
    6th Cannondale Jekyll
    7th Sammy B Lappiere Spicy 26"
    8th Remy Absalon on the Meta 6. 26", sure he used 27.5 for the prologue but in an interview said he preferred 26" on the stages.
    9th Joe Barnes Canyon unsure Jo also had a 26" pref but was cagey on what he'd run
    10th Giant proto 27.5
    11 Cube 27.5
    12 Yeti SB66c
    13 Manuel Ducci HD 26" of course HD on its own means 26" lol
    14 Norco 27.5

    3 of the four Stages were won on a 26" bike
    2 stages by Jerome
    1 stage win by Fabian the 3rd and longest most technical where he put 13s on everyone and passed Greg Minnaar!
    1 stage by Jared Graves the last one.



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    1st TMO did you 29r zealots proud using the new Remedy 29"
    2nd Emmeline 26" Spicy
    3rd not sure
    4th surprising 4. Anneke Beerten had been using an Enduro 29r at other Enduro events, but here used the 26" version

    The focus should be though that these guys/girls would win or do well regardless of wheel-size or on any wheel size and the results show that clearly.

    The fact which most bunny riders like the rest of us mistakeand don't understand from these pro riders is the effort and skill that they put into bike setup and tune, listen to Fabian talk about suspension tune and dampening, funny he's read my mind all these years, but thats whats important, not how big your penis oh I meant wheel size is [compensation ?] lol

    feel free anyone to correct me on bikes Ive got wrong cheers.
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    I wish Ibis would have let Lopes ride what he wanted to ride. 29'rs have their place, but the Ripley was a fish out of water here. There will be courses later in the year that are much more suited to that geometry and travel.

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    Lopes, would have killed it on a mojo hd. Why did Ibis let him chose the ripley instead of a more capable and longer travel bike which is the HD. C'mon Ibis people we would like to see a podium result. I think you should set aside marketing before anything else.

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    Too bad though ACC crashed because I'm sure she would have won it.

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    I can understand why they wanted Brian on the Ripley he may have done better on an HD but he's also not doing all the rounds and has no interest in the championship, so using him to get the bike out they're is great for exposure!

    Anne Carro broke 3 ribs, I can tell you that hurts like hell, I did 2 in march and only got back on the bike a month ago, 5 weeks, Blackhawk down ahh, nothing can be done but time.

    Healing vibes to her, wish her a speedy recovery, the first couple of weeks will be the worst, no doubt she would have been in contention but thats racing and to win you have to finish, fastest doesn't always win.

    Not sure if I said this already, Fabian caught and passed Greg Minnaar twice, on 2 stages, GM tried to hold his wheel and got dusted lol, Fab Fabian legend.

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    I don't know what Ibis pays Lopes, but to ride bikes for a living at his age is awesome. Especially if he's not going for the title, why not show what the great white unicorn can do amid all this 27.5 hype. He was way in front of any Santa Cruz Bronson's, the supposed Enduro specific wonder bike. Even gets me thinking about a Ripley for my number one. I'm 6'4" 200lbs and ride a Nomad and a Pivot 429...

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    Manuel Ducci and Lopes dont use bashguard, a lot of other riders also dont use bashguard. Makes me thinking to get rid of my bashguard.
    Healing vibe for ACC.

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    Very cool video recap of the first event


    Punta Ala Enduro World Series Video Recap

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    Looks like so much fun was had, awesome Event, great start to EWS!

    This is what events and riding should be all about smiles fun love the ending, Italians know how to let go!

    Also awesome segment on Fabian catching Greg Minnaar great lines Fabian!




    Can"t wait now for the next round.



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    Canyon Bikes were running 27.5" bikes. But they were secret prototypes, so they used different bikes for the post race pictures. I believe they even wrapped their linkages to hide them from on course photographers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by saidrick View Post
    Canyon Bikes were running 27.5" bikes. But they were secret prototypes, so they used different bikes for the post race pictures. I believe they even wrapped their linkages to hide them from on course photographers.
    Yeah so they raced those as once you go through the first scrutineering process, the Frame, Fork, Wheels all get stickered and you cant replace or swap them only repair them!

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    Those trails look like so much fun!

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    Hell yeah SP


    Not an Ibis but this is how an Enduro bike is setup, great insight into this rider Gravey Graves!
    Hopefully we get a few more articles like this from the other riders, Manuel Ducci
    and his HD next

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    Shimano XTR group, with Saint brake calipers
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    Good interview with Nico on Dirt, His take on 27.5 over 26 is about 2 seconds every three minutes! I was like WTF, that little! Obviously for these guys that would mean dropping 20 seconds or so. But 2nd and third on 26"
    Lopes didn't look too happy to be Riding the Ripley at this event.
    I won't be going 29 anytime soon. An HD with 27.5 that doesn't compromise tyre clearance or need a shock mod would interest me. I hope for a modded swing arm to be added to the Ibis online store.....

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    Word up.

    Quote Originally Posted by nzl62 View Post
    An HD with 27.5 that doesn't compromise tyre clearance or need a shock mod would interest me. I hope for a modded swing arm to be added to the Ibis online store.....
    I 2nd that emotion.
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