The Bluegrass Enduro Tour 2014 ended in style, under the warm Sicilian sun, with the 6th and last stage which was held in Castelbuono. A land of stark contrasts, loaded with history and culture, Sicily has exceptional circuits which are surprisingly little known. The competition started on Friday in the late afternoon with a prologue through the roads of Pollina. This nearby village is perched on a rocky outcrop 1000 metres above the Mediterranean sea, with breathtaking views of the Aeolian islands to one side and the Madonie national park to the other. The next day, the Madonie range would be the competitors' playground. On the racing schedule, 4 Specials spread along a demanding 35 km circuit with a spectacular start from the 1524 m high summit of Pizzo Luminario...and ending with a 5th urban Special with its finish line on Margherita square. It was Italian rider Nicola Fistolera, who had been consistent throughout the day, who would be the surprise winner taking the lead from an impressive foreign delegation. Young Conor Lavelle (1st junior rider) took 2nd place in the scratch in front of Scottish rider, Liam Moyniham. Hannah Barnes, the only female competitor, whose bike had been lost in transit somewhere between Scotland and Sicily, finally managed to get in back at the very last minute and was able to take part in the fun.