2015 enduro season begins this month for the Scott SR Suntour Enduro Team. Here is an update on the team and what they have been working on to prepare for this season!


Good things always come in threes: welcome to Rudolf Bierdermann!
Rudolf – called Rudy – joins the team and will ride with Rémy Absalon and Elliot Trabac this year. Rudy – 28 years old – comes from Switzerland and has previously distinguished himself in XC and DH.
Knowing how to handle all bikes of the Scott range, Rudy will take part in many Enduro races this year, including 5 EWS.


Get to know Rudy on the remyabsalon.com website – In the “Team” section.

Elliot Trabac, always ready, will represent the team in Enduro this year too. He will ride in the U21 category for EWS (this new age group 17-20 replaces the junior 16-18 category). You could also encourage him on the Enduro Series French cup.

Check out the details of Remy's bike here!
Check out the details of Remy’s bike here!

During the off season, our pilots maintain their physical fitness with strength training, running, skiing and biking of course!

The Greenhouse Pumptrack Race in Switzerland.
The Greenhouse Pumptrack Race in Switzerland.

In order to work his agility and explosiveness, Rémy took part in the Greenhouse Race (Pump Track Urban Race in Switzerland). He competed against dirt jumpers, BMXers and downhillers such as Roger Rinderknecht, Michal Prokop or

Pump tracks are a great way to develop cornering technique and power.
Pump tracks are a great way to develop cornering technique and power.

The first EWS stop will take place in Rotorua – New Zealand – Saturday March 28. But before that, Rémy will train on the famous Queenstown tracks during the Queenstown Bike Festival

Words: SCOTT PR Photos: Hoshi Yoshida (Greenhouse Race) & Oscar Santiago Fariñas (Enduro la Maçanet)

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