The second round of the UCI Enduro World Cup wrapped up this past weekend in Derby, Tasmania. 

From soaked and muddy trails during practice to sunny & prime dirt conditions on race day, Devinci Global Racing athletes got to taste Derby in all its form! 

Racers were treated with a 6-stage course, 42.5km in length, and a total of 1,444 meters of climbing for race day. Our favourite Irishman, Greg Callaghan finished his weekend with a solid result, P12. Greg battled for Top-15's all day and was happy with his performance. His teammate, Evan Wall finished in P31 after a big day on the saddle. 

First racing block of the year is now thing of the past and Greg and Evan sit respectively in 19th and 27th in the overall standings of the UCI Enduro World Cup. 

Another wicked day racing yesterday! 6 stages and 7 hours on the bike was mint. Had a clean day, just need to pick the speed on the flatter stuff!

– Evan Wall

Derby you beauty! Real happy with my performance yesterday, swung off the pedals and pushed my limits on the tech stuff, I left everything out there, couldn’t have done any more than that. Really wanted that top 10 but I’m going home happy with a 12th. It wasn’t the smoothest lead up to these races for me so I’m buzzing to have found some speed this week.

– Greg Callaghan