After five demanding and distinctively different rounds, Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing’s participation in the 2022 eMTB Enduro World Series drew to a close today in Finale Ligure, Italy. Guido Tschugg earned another podium result in Masters, while Simon Carlsson ended his 2022 season in 17th overall.
The penultimate round of the eMTB Enduro World Series saw Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing’s Guido Tschugg race his way across the Swiss Alps in Crans Montana to claim a well-deserved victory in the Masters 45+ class.
Simon Carlsson fights his way up to 16th, with Guido Tschugg placing as runner-up in Masters 35+ class in Slovenia
After a strong start to the Enduro World Series opening round, the Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing team were out in force for the second stop of the season in Slovenia. Simon Carlsson excelled with a career-best result of 16th in Pro, while team stalwart Guido Tschugg finished second in Masters 35+ class. A final stage puncture prevented Alex Fayolle joining Simon inside the top-20 of the hyper-competitive Pro category.
The 2022 Enduro World Series got under way in Scotland with Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing pushing hard for a pair of top-26 results with Simon Carlsson and Alex Fayolle. There was success for Guido Tschugg who claimed a podium result in the Masters category.
Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing head to Scotland to get their participation in the 2022 Enduro World Series underway. The iconic Scottish Tweed Valley will play host to round one of the five-round EWS-E series, where team riders Alex Fayolle, Simon Carlsson, and Guido Tschugg will all take to the start line.
There was both triumph and disappointment for Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing at round two of the Enduro World Series with Marco Melandri winning the Masters 35+ class while Alex Fayolle was forced to cut his day short due to injury.