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Mountain & Trials

Danny MacAskill

Danny was propelled to fame following his street trials video for Inspired Bicycles on YouTube back in 2009 which quickly became the first cycle video to rack up over a million views. His iconic video hit, “The Ridge”, released in 2014, showcases the breath-taking scenery of the Isle of Skye with Danny riding blood-curdling lines along the Cuillin ridges and has confirmed his status as undisputed internet sensation.
 
Endura and the street trials star share a proud Scottish heritage and strong mountain biking roots.  It is a powerful, self-confident partnership but also great for Scotland and reinforces this wee country’s position as a hub of biking excellence.


Chris Smith

British freerider,  dirt jumper and Guinness World Record holder Chris Smith rides in Endura on street, park, trails, jumps, quarries and mountains – check out his latest videos in our blog.


Oli Beckingsale

Oli Beckingsale hung up his pro wheels at the end of the 2013 season after a long and illustrious career which included three Olympics, 17 World Championships and a host of British National Championship and Series wins.

With his huge experience as a professional rider, and from his past work with Endura, he has become a fundamental part of Endura’s product development and product testing.


Marco Hösel

A six times World Trials Champion and German Champion an astounding 19 times, Marco Hösel  performs regularly at bike festivals and events internationally as well as passing on his skills through his BIKEinSCHOOL project.

Triathlon


Tim Don

After earning short-course kudos as a 3x Olympian, 4x ITU World Champion (in triathlon and duathlon) and countless ITU World Cup victories, “The Don” turned his attention to the half Ironman distance. His unique foot pace and light, lithe running form transitioned seamlessly to longer racing, resulting in a tidy collection of Ironman 70.3 titles and an impressive win at his debut Ironman. In 2014 Tim took the bronze at the Ironman 70.3 World Championships, this achievement combined with the Ironman victory all but assured a start at his first Ironman World Championships in 2015.

timdon.com 


Nils Frommhold

Nils Frommhold is a professional triathlete from Germany. Joining the sport in 2006, he has been the German Champion and a member of the German National Team for the Olympic distance. His switch to long course has secured Ironman Championships in Arizona and South Africa and multiple top 5 Ironman finishes. In 2014, Nils finished runner-up at Challenge Roth, fifth in the 70.3 World Championship and sixth in Ironman World Championship in Kona. In 2015 Nils won Challenge Roth after putting in a dramatically faster bike split.

nils-frommhold.de


Rachel Joyce

A poised and highly educated British athlete, Joyce understands the payoff of hard work, as evidenced by her numerous titles: ITU Long Course Triathlon World Champion, 3x Ironman Champion and Challenge Roth Champion. As one of only four women to ever crack the elusive nine-hour mark at the Ironman World Championship (8:57:28) and having scored 2nd place at the event in 2013 (her best among four top five finishes), reaching the race’s top rung is her ultimate goal.

racheljoyce.org 


Joe Skipper

Joe Skipper is one of the most talented British triathletes on the circuit and is tipped for big things in long course racing. In May 2015, Skipper claimed the biggest result of his career at the Ironman North America World Championships in Texas and this standout performance was quickly followed by a bronze medal at the ITU Long Distance Triathlon World Championships in Sweden.

http://www.joeskipper.co.uk/

Para-cycling


Denise Schindler

A World Champion on the road and track, Denise Schindler is aiming for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games where she will be hoping to add to the silver medal she won at London 2012 road race.

Ultramarathon


Severin Zotter

Austria’s Severin Zotter won the Race Across America on his first attempt in 2015, crossing the continent in our FS260-Pro SL Bibshorts in just 8 days, 8 hours and 17 minutes - an average speed of 15mph.