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Back Issue | Turn Your Lights On – Group Test: 8 Bike Lamps

There’s something quite eerie about riding around the woods at night surrounded by complete darkness. The frozen ground crackles under the knobs of your tyres, you hear a sound from the undergrowth next to the trail, and your instincts kick in: get out of here! Good thing you’re equipped with a high-powered helmet lamp so Read more…

The Review | Giro Alpineduro Clipless Shoes

Giro market their €180 Alpineduro shoes as ‘rugged mountain shoe for the urban adventurer’ and there is certainly a lot that impressed us when we took a first look. We loved the unusual styling, and the fit and comfort were excellent for a clipless shoe built for a hard winter. The inclusion of a Vibram Read more…

First Look | Maverick Suspension Q36R Set

We were blown away when FOX presented the latest generation of their 36 series – maximum performance at a minimum weight. Our only criticism of these new miracle forks was the bolt-up axle system, which can work with both the 15 or 20mm axles. The American suspension specialists Maverick decided to tackle this issue, launching Read more…

The Review | Nukeproof Mega TR Race 2015

We aren’t all in a position to shell out € 6,000 for a new bike, so when Nukeproof launched the Mega TR Race, proclaiming it an ambitious all-rounder, one that’s both easy on the wallet costing just € 2,399 and a brilliant bike to ride on the trails. We threw our legs over the bike Read more…

The Review | The Vitus Sommet Pro 155mm Enduro Bike

“As I smash through another corner, hands death gripped onto the bars, grinning like a lunatic, and way out of my comfort zone – I know full well that the Sommet PRO I am riding is working on ways to go even faster”. We first tested the Sommet back in August 2014 in its more Read more…

The Review | ESI Silicone Grips Review

Grips haven’t changed much over the past few years. Essentially, they’re still plastic cylinders with a layer of rubber that are attached to your handlebars with a screw or two. But ESI Grips have now shattered this idyllic state. Lighter, more grippy, greater comfort and cheaper too! Compared to classic grips, these are the advantages Read more…

Teaser Issue #015 | In the Grouptest: Felt Edict1

ENDURO Issue #015 is here and chock full of exciting tests, tips and adventures. One of the highlights is the big group test of seven New-School XC-Bikes, which we made a special trip to sunny California to complete. You’ll find the whole article in the (free!) magazine, here it’s time to take a first look Read more…

The Review | Mavic Zoya Women’s Trail Shoes

When it comes to finding a pair of ladies specific trail shoes, that both look good and fit well, it can be a surprisingly difficult challenge. There are plenty of shoes out there but many tend to be either entry level or too biased towards XC stiffness. If you are looking for a high performance Read more…

The Review | Marin Mount Vision C-XM9

In the late 90s and early noughties Marin was the biggest player over here on UK soil. It perhaps seemed like they lost their way for a while in the UK market, but now this California based company are back to reinstate their name with a collection of models with the looks to match any Read more…

The Review | Fox Downpour Jacket and Attack Q4 CW Shorts

If you live in the knuckle end of the UK, good quality waterproofs are as essential as mud tyres and sintered brake pads. There is a bewildering range of waterproof jackets and shorts on the market, but there are few choices if you want something a little less restrictive. Nobody really likes riding in waterproofs, Read more…