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ENDURO Readers’ Survey 2018 – Win a YT CAPRA 29 CF or Liteville 301 MK14

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 the chance to win one of two dream bikes!

By taking part in our readers’ survey, you’ll help us to make ENDURO Magazine ever better. The survey will take less than 20 minutes to fill out and will be running until 31 July 2018.

Note: The survey has ended – thanks for participating! The winners will be contacted in August and publicly announced in October.

Everyone who participates in the survey will be automatically entered into a draw for these bikes:

Liteville 301 MK14

The 14th generation of the Liteville 301 holds on to the legendary design of the model series but gets a big bag of updates. The fully integrated EightPins dropper post catches the eye immediately, offering up to 220 mm adjustment range. The build kit with high-end Syntace Parts and proven RockShox suspension leaves little to be desired. Shifting and braking are taken care of by Shimano’s XT, with 160 mm travel front and rear the Liteville 301 is ready for some rough terrain.

Value: € 5,640

YT CAPRA 29 CF

The CAPRA has been a bestseller in the enduro segment since its inception, now YT added a 29er version. The YT CAPRA 29 CF features RockShox suspension and powerful SRAM CODE RS brakes. For shifting YT relies on the E*thirteen TRS+ cassette with 511% gear range, Race Face and E*thirteen parts complete the package. The new CAPRA is the ideal partner for all of you who won’t take any compromises on downhills and still want to reach the trailhead with the power of your own legs.

Value: € 3,699

Note: The survey has ended – thanks for participating! The winners will be contacted in August and publicly announced in October.

About the author

Moritz Dittmar

My job is to make sure you guys get access to the hottest news, the best reviews and the most inspiring stories from the world of mountain biking. Just like my work, I’m not keen on putting a label on my favourite type of riding - as long as I’m having fun then I don’t care if I’m grinding my way up a thankless climb or knocking off vertical metres in minutes on a gnarly descent.