Words: Mike Rose
Photos: Seb Schieck
After Aaron Gwin’s amazing fourth place at the Mont Sainte World Cup all eyes switched west to Whistler and the fourth round of the 2022 Enduro World Series.
Seth has been battling away all year racing in the Under 21 (year-old) category on our all-new Tracer 279. He came to Whistler still looking for his first victory and hoping to solidify his position in the overall standings. Things started off well when he won the first ‘Pro’ stage on the Saturday (Aug 6th), then the following day he won two of the five stages, and took third in the three others, giving him the overall victory.
“It feels amazing to grab my first EWS win on home soil. Pretty cool to race some of the trails that I grew up riding. It was a close race with plenty of ups and downs so I'm stoked to have come out on top. Onto the next two EWS's on the east coast, excited to keep this momentum rolling.” Seth Sherlock
We are so stoked for Seth and the team, and at the half way point of the series he now leads in overall standings, but the pressure doesn’t ease off. This coming weekend sees round 5 of the series visit Vermont, then the following weekend it will be in Maine, before the final two rounds back in Europe.