Connor Fearon and Rowena Fry claimed back to back Gravity Enduro National Championships in Maydena, Tasmania on Sunday.
The final four stages capped off an epic weekend of enduro racing with riders tackling some of Maydena’s iconic tracks, like King Brown, Sticks and Stones and even the lower section of the new Wilderness trail.
Fearon ensured he sat in the box seat across all four of the remaining Sunday stages with local Dan Booker nipping at his heels, while UCI MTB World Championships silver medallist Troy Brosnan again proved he is a threat on any bike on a hill.
Brosnan would finish in third, with Josh Button fourth and Jordan Prochyra rounding out the elite men’s podium in fifth.
In the junior categories, Australian cross-country champion Zoe Cuthbert added the National Enduro title to her impressive 2019 resume beating home the likes of EWS bronze medallist Fenella Harris and enduro specialist Sarah Craft.
Downhiller Luke Meier-Smith capped off a double for the family taking out the junior boys while brother Remy claimed the Under 17 category.
Australia also crowned it’s first E-Bike Enduro champion, with Josh Carlson taking the win with Will Rischbieth and Ben Trinder hot on his tail.
The podiums saw plenty of champagne showers with the new national champions proudly wearing Australia’s green and gold stripes, a jumper they will carry into the new year.
Photo Credit: Matt Staggs Visuals
There are no news related to Fry And Fearon Fearless