AusCycling | Moir podiums in final EWS round in France

Moir podiums in final EWS round in France


Rain on Friday and then again on Saturday left the steep and testing tracks of EWS Loudenvielle almost traction-free and there were crashes aplenty as riders pushed hard.

The 2021 EWS champion Jack Moir (Canyon Factory Racing) claimed the win on Stage 4, and would end up third six seconds behind winner Frenchman Alex Rudeu.

Although Moir had a slow start to 2002 he managed to surpass 3,000 points and take fourth place in the series.

Jack Moir
Moir climbed the rankings after a less than ideal Pro Stage and S2, making it back up to P3 by the end of the race.

Sam Hill (Nukeproof SRAM Factory Racing) took second on Stage 2 and was sitting just off the podium until a front flat took him out of contention.

Luke Meier-Smith (Propain Factory Enduro) did not ride in the final race at Loudenvielle but had already wrapped up the overall U21 title in the previous round.

Full EWS Loudenvielle race results are here

Full 2022 series rankings are here


Photo Credit: EWS
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