New Zealand's almost-longest-running-not-affiliated-with-the-MTB-crown-full-colour-All-Duro™ event is back for 2014 and we have made a few changes for this year's series. The changes are due to a bunch of people who work in the city and continually complain about not being able to get to the hut so we have shifted the races not in the city to Sunday mornings. Oh and the other big change is that Stoke are backing the series and looking after us with refreshments after the final event on Sunday the 30th. We won't be posting race locations up as we don't want Ranger Steve to know where we will be and Cowboy doesn't trust me to keep a secret so you need to follow @undergroundsup1 on Twitter for all race location info which will be posted the night before Sunday's races and the morning of Wednesday's races.
The EWS heads to Ireland this weekend and there is just one question on everyone's minds - can Greg Callaghan make it three out of three at his home race?
After an arduous ten hour journey compulsory stops to an indoor trampoline arena and to ride minibikes, the Propain Dirt Zelvy team finally assembled below Ben Nevis for a weekend of racing at the BDS.
Justin Leov details some crazy riding and wild moments at the third round of the EWS to finish 14th overall, his season is looking up!
Find out what the EWS in Madeira was really like with Fuji Rider, Meggie Bichard
The Enduro World Series Round Three in Madeira went down with plenty of dramatic scenery and drama - check out the highlights here.....
Two days of racing over nine epic stages saw Greg Callaghan and Cecile Ravanel on the top steps of the podiums! Here's a round up and one minute of race action before the full highlights.