On Track With Curtis Keene – Almost Doesn’t Count – S2E7

Every Race is a story. The transfers, the perfect lines, the mechanicals and the Crashes are a part of every Racer’s Tale. In this episode of On Track with Curtis Keene we explore 3 different stories from what is consistently one of the toughest (and paradoxically most liked) races in the Enduro World Series: Whistler, British Columbia, Canada. Follow Curtis as he struggles with injury to make the starting line. We track BC transplant Josh Carlson as he puts together a dream run of stages at his “Home race” and we follow young gun Richie Rude who has apparently decided that concepts of Age and Experience don’t actually count for anything at all.

Curtis Keene @curtiskeene
Enduro World Series @world_enduro
Richie Rude @Richie_Rude1
Josh Carlson @JoshCarlson_

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