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Race Report | Endura Whyte Vallelujah : Scotland

Going Where? Going Yair, that’s where. This weekend saw the first big enduro race on the Tweedlove calendar take place, the Endura Whyte Vallelujah. Yair is usually the domain of rally cars and dog walkers, but for the weekend it became a mountain biking playground. The trails in Yair forest are situated slightly further down Read more…

Photo Story Enduro Race Talamello 2015

One week ago, riders battled it out over the Italian town of Talamello. The challenging 22km course caused punctures and crashes and made for some impressive photos. Enjoy! The strange-looking sky promised rain… perhaps the recent sun eclipse has left some sign of its presence … no problem! We want to ride bikes, we want Read more…

Exclusive | EWS Emerald Enduro Ireland – The Preview

With the EWS now in full swing, we decided to head over to see what Ireland has on offer for their debut as host for the up-coming second round in May. What we discovered was a thing of un-touched beauty, sporting some of the coolest tracks and landscapes with the friendliest of folk in the Read more…

The Big Picture | An Explosive Start To EWS Round 1

It was an explosive start to the 2015 Enduro World Season as Jerome Clementz (Cannondale OverMountain) and Anne Caroline Chausson (Ibis Cycles Enduro Team) were crowned the first winners of 2015 in the Giant Toa Enduro in New Zealand during Crankworx Rotorua. The season started in style as the riders rolled off the stage at Read more…

Weapons of Choice | Random Bikes From EWS Rotorua

Before dropping into the stages to shoot the action from the days practice, we spent 30 minutes at the top of Stage 4 to check out some of the bikes. Here are some of the machines that will be pushed to the limits when racing starts tomorrow. Words and photos: Trev Worsey

The Big Picture – EWS Round 1 Opens For Practice

The season is finally upon us – Crankworx Rotorua is going off in a big way and the 2015 Enduro World Series has begun! Yesterday as slopestyle riders battled it out in the whip-off worlds, enduro racers took to the hills to begin the start of the phased practice for Round 1 of the EWS. Read more…

Absa Cape Epic 2015: Video Highlights

After almost 750 kilometers and 16 000 meters of climbing, the “Tour de France of mountain biking” in South Africa came to an end. We collected the highlights of the 2015 Cape Epic, here the most exciting moments of the race! Prologue Race Report | Absa Cape Epic – Surprising Victory at Prologue Stage 1 Read more…

Race Report | Welsh Enduro Series Round 1 – Coed Y Brenin

Coed Y Brenin has long been known as one of the top trail centre spots on offer in Wales. It has been going for many years now, with tons of visitors to it’s many tracks, ranging from small kids and family trails plus a pump track, to the longer notorious trail named The Beast, all Read more…

Race Report | Torpedo7 Coronet Enduro, Queenstown NZ

Queenstown put on a show for today’s Torpedo7 Coronet Enduro both in terms of the quality of the field and the perfect ‘bluebird’ weather. Day seven of Queenstown Bike Festival 2015 saw a competitive field of mountain bikers tackle a five stage, 13.75 kilometre timed race starting at Coronet Peak base lodge and ending on Read more…