We explored the first day trails of the Enduro World Series’ in Italy, in this round of the Bluegrass Finale Enduro powered by SRAM. Le Poste, Cavatappi and Cromagnon are epic, challenging trails for the incredible riders of this event, but the next two second day trails continue to provide epic scenery, and even more epic rides. And that first day to ride takes place on the trail named Crestino.

Finale Enduro Stage 4
Crestino

Marked by the familiar wind turbines of an abandoned NATO base, this trail starts high, descending from Melogno, and flowing into a long singletrack that meanders through beech and birch. Terrain and scenery changes mark this grippy, compact, snaking course.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

The iconic turbins.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

The course offers flow turns amongst the trees.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

Riders probably won’t have time to read these signs.

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Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

Underbrush pattern.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

Racing through the woods is a unique experience.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

The snake twists and turns through the trees.

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White guide line.

Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino
Finale Enduro Stage 4 Crestino

Winding, twisting, tight and fast.

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