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Trans Provence: An Icon put to rest

The Trans-Provence is the Grandaddy of enduro races from before enduro racing was even a thing. Twenty-four enduro stages, 20,000 metres of descending, 10,000 metres of climbing, but it is all coming to an end. Jeff Carter presses go and entered the very last Trans Provence to find out what all the fuss has been about.

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9 Month Countdown Pt. 2

It’s been six months since my initial post about my journey to the Trans-Provence race, and boy how time’s flown. With almost four months still to

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2012 Trans Provence: Day 1

Unless you’ve been sleeping you should be aware that the most important enduro/all-mountain race of the season, the Trans Provence, has just kicked off. It’s

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