We just spent a full year on Enve’s high end carbon wheelset aimed at aggressive descending and enduro racing. From the slippery rainforests of the PNW, dusty August laps in the Whistler bike park, and wheel eating rocky descents high … Continue reading →
Canyon bikes recently released the second generation of the Strive, their flagship enduro racer and all-mountain machine. This version retains its hallmark on the fly rear travel adjustment, but receives several significant changes to bring it in line with modern … Continue reading →
Geometries: • Version 29 inch wheels = G1-29 • Version 27,5 inch wheels = G1-27 Prices: • Frame without shock 2699,00 Euro • Extra charge EXT shock + 950,00 Euro • Extra charge FOX shock + 799,00 Euro • Complete … Continue reading →
This December, Crankworx is releasing a series of videos showcasing how our festival affects the mountain biking community in Whistler. Working with TELUS Optik TV, the three episodes highlight the impact on local riders and how Crankworx has helped develop … Continue reading →
Steve Jones sits down with Jerome Clementz to discuss the merits of the 27.5″ wheel that he’s been running lately. Last year the Jerome ran a 26″ bike but he’s transitioned over to a 27.5 bike that they’ve been developing … Continue reading →
Enduro Magazine has released Issue #007 today. Available online or via app-stores. The online version allows you to scroll through the magazine articles with left-right and dive deeper with the up-down keys.
Marin Bikes have some new offerings for 2014 that we take a look at inside. Aimed at Trail and Enduro athletes these bikes are designed to work for racing as well as trail riding. Both feature a 650b/27.5″ wheel and … Continue reading →
The fourth stop in the 2013 Enduro World Series takes place this weekend in Winterpark, CO. Trestle Bike park is holding the EWS#4 as part of their Colorado Freeride Festival. This is the only stop in the USA for the … Continue reading →
The Megavalanche is one race that always a draws huge race field. The race starts on top of the snow and thankfully the catch fence was there to catch riders as they catapulted down the hill into the first tight … Continue reading →
As if Strava wasn’t addicting enough they’ve now added the ability to get updates to see exactly where you stack up on a certain segment the instant it is completed. Read more details on the new Strava Premium services inside.
Round 3 of the Enduro World Series took place at Crankworx Les 2 Alpes with the Cannondale Enduro Les 2 Alpes. While Tracy Moseley has managed to dominate each and every round of the inaugural enduro series, a different man … Continue reading →
The second stop of the Enduro World Series has finished at Val d’Allos. With a different format and reduced training on some major descents, things were shaken up quite a bit at EWS#2. Check out the videos and more inside … Continue reading →
Enduro Magazine #004 is now online. You can also now read the magazine via the web by using the directional buttons on your keyboard if you don’t have an I-device. Pressing up/down allows you to navigate into an article and left/right to scroll through the topics.
The Enduro World Series had its first race this past weekend in PuntaAla. It was a great success and drew tons of big names across a variety of disciplines including Fabien Barel, Nicolas Vouilloz, Anne Caroline Chausson, and many more. … Continue reading →
EVIL has been on a bit of a comeback recently with their new Undead downhill bike coming to fruition this year. We spotted one of the new carbon Evil Uprising Trail bikes at Sea Otter underneath a guy we know … Continue reading →
The first in a new series of ‘iPhone Rough Cuts’ Steve Jones explores the concept of flow and how to achieve it with Fabien Barel. They even delve into the topic of speed generation on the 26″ / 29″ debate … Continue reading →
Evil is back on the hunt this year and Token Creative has produced a teaser video for a new carbon 150mm Evil trail bike they’re been developing called the Uprising. They handed over the Uprising to Luke Strobel to shred … Continue reading →