ENDURO Readers’ Survey 2019 – Win Bikes from Ibis and Radon

Your opinion counts! We want to get to know you guys better. We want to find out what makes you stoked, what keeps you riding and what we can do to make ENDURO even better. Everyone who participates in the survey will be automatically entered into a draw for two bikes from Ibis and Radon.

This readers survey helps us to discover who our readers are, what gear they use and what they care about. Your feedback will influence the direction of our magazine and helps us to make ENDURO even better. It also helps the industry build better bikes. Of course, we won’t pass on your personal data – we only use your answers for an anonymous statistical evaluation of our readers. The survey will take about 20 minutes to fill out.

Click here to access the survey.

Everyone who participates in the survey will be automatically entered into a draw for the following prizes:

Ibis Ripley or Ripmo

You win, you choose: Do you prefer the all-new Ibis Ripley or its “big brother”, the Ripmo? The latter just won our recent trail bike group test, but the new Ripmo is lighter and, according to Ibis, an even more nimble trail shredder. No matter how you choose, one thing is for certain: You’ll end up with a real dream bike.

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Radon JAB 9.0

The JAB supplies a lightweight, robust carbon frame with a stealthy look, 27.5” wheels, 160-170mm travel front and rear, new aggressive geometry for a smoother ride, and many new features. We’re giving away the JAB 9.0, which is equipped with a RockShox Pike RCT3 – a solid and reliable basis for fun on any terrain. The rear suspension is handled by a Rock Shox Deluxe RT3. An 11-speed rear derailleur and SLX cassette get you up any incline. Magura MT5 brakes give you plenty of power on steep downhills.

More info:

Click here to access the survey.

The ENDURO Readers’ Survey 2019 ends on July 31st, 2019. Winners will be drawn in August and contacted by email.

About the author

Aaron Steinke

As web director, the ENDURO website is ‘my baby’. Along with designing and implementing any new features, I’m also responsible for developing and coordinating our online strategies and marketing activities – someone’s got to make sure that all our great content gets read somehow. Then when time permits, I spend time working on my own web projects, speculating with cryptocurrencies and frothing over all sorts of technical toys. When it comes to riding then I’m definitely happiest in the Alps, and I’m quite partial to pinning on a start number in the odd race or two. I worked for a number of other riding magazines before joining ENDURO at the very beginning, right in time for the first magazine launch at the end of 2012.