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Back Issue | Group Test: Specialized Stumpjumper FSR

The Stumpjumper can look back to a very long history at Specialized. After all, their very first bike bore this name. Compared to what we have now, the 1981 edition wouldn’t have much in common other than the name. A solid 130mm of travel, 29″ wheels, and Specialized’s own Brain damping system at the rear Read more…

Back Issue | Group Test: Giant Trance Advanced Review

The Trance Advanced, from the Taiwanese bike powerhouse Giant, is the only 27.5″ bike in the whole group test. With 140mm travel, it offers 1cm more than the competition, which combined with the smaller wheels should be a fun package on the trails. Does the concept work out? This review is part of a Group Read more…

Back Issue | Group Test: Mondraker Factor XR Review

Spanish bike maker Mondraker is well known for extreme frame designs and their revolutionary Forward Geometry. The system, which is proven in downhill and extreme terrain, should also work for all-round bikes like the € 4,099 Factor XR. We were excited to see if the concept really works out. This review is part of a Read more…

Video | Tito Tomasi – A Mountain Biking Tour Of La Clusaz

Tito has been really busy riding every day this fall in the Alps, fortunately for us he took two guys with him for a couple of days to film what he does best. Explore the mountain, get inspired and paint – Really inspiring!

California Enduro Series Announces 2015 Schedule

The California Enduro Series (CES) is pleased to announce the 2015 race schedule and promises another great year of Enduro racing. In its third year, CES proves its commitment to growing this popular cycling sport by expanding its schedule to include additional fun and challenging venues, offering more race categories, and maintaining equal pro payout Read more…

DI.A 2015 Breakout Sessions | Racing Vs Fun, Striking a Balance

So you’re a racer, it’s what you now do, you take this stuff real seriously and live for the competition. I’m sure lots of racers out there can identify with this. As a racer I love the thrill and the challenge of the competition, although I’m a complete amateur it can rule my life like Read more…

Editor’s Choice | Our Favorite Races of 2014

At ENDURO we love and live biking. Many of our international editors and test riders are passionate racers and spend their weekends racing at events all over the world. Now at the year-end, it’s a good time to wrap the season up, and find out, what their favorite race was. What was your favorite event Read more…

Follow This! | 6 Enduro-Worthy Instagram Accounts

Instagram isn’t just for following the personal lives of others, it also unites those with a common interest via themed or business accounts. If you missed our feature on the racers of the EWS you can find the Men, and Women here. This time we’re focusing on the Enduro scene, the companies and communities that Read more…

Top5 | Essentials To Survive A (Scottish) Winter Ride

Billy Connolly once proclaimed that “There are two seasons in Scotland: June and Winter.” But the cold and icy grip of winter does nothing to deter the hardy Scot riders from getting out on the trails. Here are five essentials that will keep you shredding through the cold season. #Essential 1: A mudguard Mud on Read more…

Exclusive | European Enduro Championships 2015 Announced

Hot off the press! It is official, next season the sport will finally have a European Enduro Championship; supported by the UEC (European Cycling Union), the European branch of the UCI. Riders will now have the chance to race for the prestigious European Champion title, and it is all going to happen in Kirchberg, Austria Read more…