Origin of enduro
Words nearby enduro
How to use enduro in a sentence
He envisages a mass-start race that has the exciting elements of, say, the Megavalanche—the zany, mass-start enduro race made popular by YouTube videos—but with the bonus of safety.
Our tester, a former collegiate mountain-bike racer, high-school enduro coach, and bike-commuting graduate student, had many reasons to love these bibs.
Riders noticed, as did big brands, and now long, low, and slack is essentially the de facto geometry, especially in the trail and enduro categories that make up the vast majority of bikes sold.
Mixed-wheel setups are increasingly common in downhill and enduro.
The bike generally fought above its weight class but would occasionally pull a punch or two when it was thrown into fights more appropriate for enduro bikes.