Back to back wins for Jack Moir (Canyon Collective) in the 2021 Enduro World Series has seen the Novocastrian cement his spot at the top of the overall rankings after Round 6 in Loudenvielle, France,
Moir (Canyon Collective) came out swinging from the start, winning the Pro Stage ahead of arch rival Richie Rude (Yeti/Fox Factory Racing).
Nathan Secondi (Fulgur Factory Team) claimed his first stage win on two, but it wasn’t enough to compete with times being put down in the never ending Rude versus Moir battle.
Despite two stage wins for Rude, it wasn’t enough to best Moir, who won the final stage and with it the race. Rude had to settle for the second step on the podium and Kevin Miquel (Specialized Racing) continued his impressive form to land on the third.
The series returns next week when it heads to a brand new venue in Switzerland and first on the schedule is the first e-bike round of the year - Specialized EWS-E Crans-Montana on Thursday.
This will be followed by the EWS race with the Pro Stage taking place on Saturday night with the remainder of the stages playing out on Sunday.