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Race Report: Grass Roots Racing Queen Elizabeth Country Park

Queen Elizabeth Country Park is a quiet little part of Hertfordshire, one of those posh scenic English southern village type places. It’s absolutely ages since Iv ventured right down south to do a race, the last time being the Southern Area Mountain Bike Series DH races back in 98, which I subsequently got banned from, Read more…

Enduro Dreaming: Fruita Trip – Ride, Race, Enjoy!

Intricately planned interval training, mathematically optimised nutrition, exact bike tuning, and a jam-packed racing schedule: the foundations of a successful enduro racer are pretty much the same as any other athlete these days. Monotonous, precise, and interchangeable. Ambitious goals are (mostly) only achievable through hard work. That’s great for those who want it, but what Read more…

Adventure: The Guide to Getting Lost

Every trip should be full of not-knowing and a little bit of guess work. Take this as a friendly reminder to take off and get out. That’s exactly what Ross Measures and his friends were doing. Read his report on how to get lost here. Our plan was simple: We wanted to experience a mountain Read more…

South Tyrol: Holidays with the Enduro Mountainbike Magazine

Test the most exciting bikes of 2015, have a photoshooting with a professional photographer, ride some of the best trails in the Alps, fine food and cool people? All documented in an international magazine? Sounds like a dream? That it is, but for you it may come true! In cooperation with the holiday region South Read more…

Film: Path Finder – Making Of and Preview

Mariusz Bryja and Tomek Dębiec, the riders who showed us the most spectacular Polish enduro locations in their Enduro Me film three years ago, head out to some crazy spots in Europe to shoot the second installment of their singletrack saga, the Pathfinder. The film will show locations such as Romania, Ukraine and Bosnia Herzegovina, Read more…

Video: Horace and The Rough Stuff Fellowship – Giveaway

What does it take to be a pilgrim? A pioneer? Can we still achieve something today or has anything been done before? Does this stop us from leaving anyway? Horace and the rough stuff fellowship follows the footprint of three man, who go on one and the same adventure, over the period of 80 years… Read more…

Adventure: Mountainbiking in India – A Discovery

This year Mesum, the director of Mtb Mag India, decided to fly down to India to really survey the biking scene in India. He was majorly stoked to take part in a big DH race which unfortunately was cancelled due to unavoidable circumstances. Quickly all plans had to be changed and the journey became a Read more…

Adventure: Trails in Zahara de la Sierra, Cadiz

The Sierra de Grazalema mountains break up the Andalusian countryside plains with its imposing limestone massif. Its crags stand as a natural wall to the Atlantic winds, filled with humidity, making it the most rainy area in the southern half of the Iberian peninsula. On top of rocks lies the white walls of Zahara, standing Read more…

Travel: Gary Forrest checks out an Enduro Mediterraraneo.

When I think of Greece, I have always imagined the Ancient Greeks, the Trojan wars, mythology and weird numbers; I have never really associated it with Enduro Racing, until now. This journey started back in March 2014 when I received a private message through Facebook from one of the race organisers, Steven Kouins. He was Read more…