It is time to introduce the exciting new ENDURO Reader Survey, by taking part not only can you influence the future of Enduro Mountainbike Magazine, but you will also be in with a chance of winning some incredible prizes! Enduro has become a global movement, uniting all of us who share the same passion for adventure, racing and exploring with our bikes. You’re already part of it, so for the good of mountain biking we want to hear your opinion, help us make ENDURO better than ever!

Update: Thanks for everyone participating, the Survey is over now!

Lets take a look at some of the amazing prizes that you can win by taking part in the survey!

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Rotwild R.X1 FS 27.5 PRO – price: 3.999 Euro

„The R.X1 is capable of pretty much everything I encounter on my rides. I can do a recreational XC race or ride the gnarliest trail in Laguna Beach, full of jumps and drops with confidence.“ says Richie Schley.

The R.X1 FS 27.5 is the ideal one-for-all-bike for technically demanding all-mountain riders, and features a perfectly balanced kinematic system. 145 mm of travel, Fox 32 Float 150 Performance fork, Shimano XT and DT Swiss M1700 Spline wheels make it a fast, fun and reliable bike for any terrain.

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Canyon Spectral AL CFET Edition – price: Priceless

There are some things money can‘t buy, but this one you can win! The main prize is the fastest enduro race bike of 2014. This special Canyon Factory Enduro Team version of the Spectral has already proven itself on various podiums in the EWS and was fastest in the Enduro World Series Race Bike Group Test published in issue #010. Equipped with the best of the best, the Spectral leaves no room for wishes. Custom paint job, FOX RAD Suspension, SRAM XX1 Drivetrain, E.13 CG, Mavic Crossmax Wheels, Ergon, Renthal Cockpit … the list is long! Take part and win this unique bike.

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Fox 36 Float Factory RC2 2015 – price: 1099 Euro

The new Fox 36 Float Factory RC2 2015 is extreme in every way. Killer looks, weight and performance in one great package. At 1099 Euro it certainly isn’t a bargain but offers high end, complex technology and with well thought out features it makes a convincing overall package, as long as you can tame the beast!

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DT Swiss EX 1501 Spline ONE – price: 799 Euro

High volume tires, tubeless compatibility and low weight are just the ticket for today’s enduro race courses. With these features and the 36 tooth Ratchet System®, the EX 1501 SPLINE® transforms all of the riders energy into forward momentum.

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Bliss ARG 1.0 LD Top & ARG Minimalist Knee – price: 179,90 + 59,90 Euro

Protection is an important part of mountain biking. The Bliss ARG 1.0 LD Top and ARG Minimalist Knee offer great protection with a super slim and comfortable fit!

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SRAM X1 Drivetrain – price: 947 Euro

One of the biggest innovations of the last few years was SRAM‘s introduction of 1×11 drivetrains, changing the way we design, ride and enjoy bikes. With the introduction of the X1-group SRAM made this top-notch technology more affordable. Now more people can take advantage of the lighter, simpler and better drivetrains!

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SRAM Guide – price: 344 Euro

Thanks to clever technologies the new SRAM Guide brakes offer some good advantages over previous models. The great overall feel, increased reliability and control are highlights of the new lever, and the rotor design meets the needs of today’s trail riders and enduro racers looking for a strong brake. For enduro racers “to finish first you have to finish first” is truer than ever. The overwhelming performance may outweigh the few grams of additional weight.

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Magura MT7 – price: 518 Euro

The MT7 stands for maximum braking performance and stability in extreme conditions. In the tough, bike-testing arenas of Enduro and Downhill, the additional braking power of the 4 brake pistons is a positive safety factor. The aluminium, two-finger brake lever – with tool-less adjustment – and the adjustable bite point provide the necessary ergonomics for perfect brake control, even in difficult terrain and on long downhill runs. The MT7 weighs only 355 grams.

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iXS Signature Knee & Elbow – price: 79.95 + 55.95 Euro

The iXS Signature protector series offers full protection at a reasonable price thanks to the traditional technology with normal hard plastic.

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iXS Trail RS helmet – price: 99.95 Euro

The popular iXS Trail RS helmet is a great choice. Weighing just 320 grams the helmet offers a great fit, wide adjustability and, of course, looks really good. 22 large vents and internal air channels secure a cool head!

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Troy Lee Designs Skyline kit + A1 helmet – price: approx. 350 Euro

Win an awesome Skyline kit from Troy Lee Designs with jersey, gloves, shorts, socks and, of course, an A1 helmet!

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661 Evo AM helmet: 169 Euro

The Evo AM helmet from Six Six One promises many technological advancements offering full protection on the back of the head. The MIPS system absorbs rotational forces and by doing so shall be even safer!

More prizes will be announced very soon! Stay tuned!

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About the author

Robin Schmitt

Robin is one of the two founders of 41 Publishing, a visionary and go-getter. While he now enjoys every second on the bike – whenever his busy schedule allows – he used to race against the clock at enduro events and a few Downhill World Cups. Besides that, Robin practises kung fu and Zen meditation, plays the cello or with his dog (which actually belongs to his girlfriend), travels abroad and still reviews numerous bikes himself. Progressive ideas, new projects and major challenges – Robin loves exploring undiscovered potential and getting to the bottom of new trends.