This weekend winners of the 2017 Gravity Enduro National Series will be crowned in the fifth and final round at Woodford Island, New South Wales.
It’s the first time a national series has been held in the Clarence Valley and organisers have been hard at work putting the finishing touches on the trails for the six stages.
Over the four rounds so far there have been three winners in the elite men, Chris Panozzo, Sam Hill and Ryan Leutton, but it could be the ‘Mr Consistent’ David Ludenia, who has managed to put himself in second on the overall rankings with one race to go.
While in the elite women there has been two different winners, Julia Boer and Claire Whiteman, however Boer will be looking for her third straight top of the podium finish and likely the overall series victory.
The junior men category has also been dominated by one rider Harrison Dobrowolski with a fifth place at Stromlo his worst result, however the minor placings will be a tight contest with Jesse Morgan and Sam Walsh sitting on equal points.
After contesting three rounds each, Sunday’s final race will be the deciding factor in the U17 between Jack Hewish and Jono Fudge locked on 425 points with Oliver Scholey also in the mix 15 points behind in third place.
Riders will have Friday and Saturday for practice on the course, with racing to begin from 830 Sunday morning.
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