When you compete at the elite level, glory is reserved only for the best. The demand at the Enduro World Series is capitalized: every pedal stroke, every line, every little decision a rider makes determines whether they touch the sky or bite the dust. This eternal quest to be number one follows Flo, Edgar, Vid, Martin and the rest of the riders. “There Can Only Be One First” narrates that constant struggle against yourself to reach the top.
Homework done, but we want more
The 2022 EWS season came to an end with Crans Montana, Loudenvielle and Finale Ligure. The Orbea FOX Enduro Team’s performance was more than satisfactory, thanks to the team’s general classification in the e-category. This season concluded with a final party worth remembering, with the team closing the 2022 chapter in the best way possible, both individually and collectively.
But, despite the success, we always want more. Professional Enduro is physically and mentally demanding that only riders and team members experience.
It is never enough; the limit is always a little further. But this incessant search for victory coexists perfectly with respect for the competition: rivals on the track, teammates off it. Professional Enduro thrives on the admiration and camaraderie of its riders. Competitiveness, demand and teamwork.
And they got it. But the triumph and success are cultivated from the strength of the team, from the union of the group.