Monster Energy’s Jack Moir Takes Third Place in Enduro World Series #8 in Loudenvielle, France

Monster Energy’s Jack Moir Takes Third Place in Enduro World Series #8 in Loudenvielle, France

Ending the season with a podium end! Monster Energy congratulates group rider Jack Moir on taking third place at Enduro World Series Round 8 in Loudenvielle, France this weekend. In the ultimate race of the season, the 28-year-old from Morisset Park, Australia claimed a podium spot to conclude EWS 2022 in fourth place within the total collection rankings.

Nestled within the French Pyrenees mountains, Loudenvielle offered a worthy finale to an epic racing season. The tough, bodily course challenged riders with six phases. And the competitors was off the charts with 2022 EWS titles on the road on this remaining showdown.

Moir got here to Loudenvielle as a podium favourite after taking first place at Enduro World Series Round 7 in Crans-Montana, Switzerland the earlier weekend. Although the defending champion was out of competition for claiming the season win, he nonetheless had garnered sufficient rating factors to slip into the general prime 5 in season leaderboards. And he did!

Moir had his work reduce out for him because the powerful monitor was made much more difficult by rainfall on Friday and once more on Saturday. As a consequence, the steep monitor noticed top-ranked riders crashing out left and proper over the weekend.

Sunday’s race noticed French rider Alex Rudeau take the win within the first stage and stay within the prime three over the following phases. But giving the Frenchman a battle for his cash because the 2021 champion, Moir made his mark by profitable phases 4 and 5.

Heading into the ultimate stage, Moir had reduce Rudeau’s result in solely 4.28 seconds. But when all was mentioned and performed, Moir discovered himself leapfrogged through the remaining stage by Belgian Martin Maes taking second place. With Rudeau taking the win, Moir accomplished the ultimate race of the season in third place with a 34:03.570 end time and 6.93 seconds behind the winner.

Despite a difficult begin of the 2022 EWS season and battling accidents, Monster Energy’s Jack Moir managed to cross the three,000 factors benchmark to take fourth place total within the collection. Congrats from everybody at Monster Energy to Moir and his group!

End of story? Not fairly: Make certain to catch Moir on the EWS Trophy of Nations 2022 on October 2 in Finale Ligure, Italy. Mountain biking’s largest group competitors returns after three years, and Moir is racing as a part of Team Australia alongside Dan Booker and Jordan Prochyra. Let’s get it!

There’s much more to stay up for: With this season within the books, riders are additionally already eyeing their subsequent problem. The 2023 Enduro World Series will begin on March 25-26, 2023, in Maydena, Tasmania. Stay tuned!

For extra on Jack Moir and Monster Energy’s group of mountain bike athletes, go to Follow Monster Energy on YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and TikTok for unique updates from the 2022 MTB season.


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