The Aorere Enduro took place over two days with seven stages consisting of “some of the best rails Nelson has to offer.” Rae Morrison, decked out in her all-new Liv Racing Collective kit, was eager to get back between the tape on her home trails as she prepares for the upcoming Enduro World Series season. In the end, Morrison took the victory on five out of seven stages aboard her Hail Advanced to take the overall victory by over 53 seconds. Liv New Zealand athlete Lou Kelly came in second.
“So stoked to take the win after a long weekend of racing,” said Morrison on a social media post. “Also happy to have so many rad fast girls to ride with!”
The EWS season kicks June 23 with back-to-back races in Val di Fassa, Italy.