Best XCO MTB female athletes will show you why they love what they do! Watch Jolanda Neff, Maja Włoszczowska, Emily Batty, Annika Langvad, Anne Tauber, Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå, Yana…
Best XCO MTB female athletes will show you why they love what they do! Watch Jolanda Neff, Maja Włoszczowska, Emily Batty, Annika Langvad, Anne Tauber, Gunn-Rita Dahle Flesjå, Yana Belomoina, Catherine Pendrel, Julie Bresset and Raiza Goulao talk about their sport.
Why do we love it?
It makes you fit and healthy.
Whatever nation you are, whatever age you are, whatever occupation you have, go and ride your bike, like we do. Every day.
Not only does 2018 mark 25 years of Endura #AllTribesOneClan, it is also the centenary of women in UK and Germany winning the right to vote. Endura pride themselves on…
Not only does 2018 mark 25 years of Endura #AllTribesOneClan, it is also the centenary of women in UK and Germany winning the right to vote. Endura pride themselves on their track record and commitment to gender equality and work with an unrivalled host of world class female athletes across all of cycling’s various tribes: road, MTB, track and triathlon and they’re proud to call them part of the Endura clan. The Scottish company’s inspirational roster includes World, European and National Champions as well as race winners at the very highest levels of our sport
In this era of the ubiquitous pouting selfie representing female youth culture, Endura are advocates of supporting alternative paths and are passionate about inspiring the next generation with the help of their female athletes. Hear from Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Rachel Atherton, Denise Schindler and Lucy Charles, as these hardcore heroines pass on advice to their 12 year old self and what helped them become the role models that they are today.
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The youngest sibling of the first family of downhill mountain biking, Rachel Atherton has as at times proven to be unstoppable – Four World Championships, Five World Cup titles, over 30 UCI World Cup race wins and an unprecedented perfect Wold Cup season in 2016 – meaning that the 30 year old’s place in MTB history is secure with more still to come.
Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio, Cervélo Bigla Pro Cycling
South African rider Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio has been a professional rider since 2010 and is one of the most respected voices in the peloton – a true leader on and off the bike. Her erudite stance on the future of women’s cycling is matched by her talents on the bike and Ashleigh boasts an impressive palmares which includes sweeps of the general, points and mountains classifications at Emakumeen Bira and the Giro Toscana last season. A superb 2018 Spring Classics season saw Ashleigh claim a remarkable string of top 10 finishes at Strade Bianche, Gent-Wevelgem, Dwars door Vlaanderen, Ronde van Vlaanderen, La Fléche WalloneWallon and Liége-Bastogne-Liége.
Denise Schindler, World Champion
German para-cyclist Denise Schindler is a multiple road and track world champion and a medallist at both the London and Rio Paralympic Games. Denise was a late convert to cycling, but since then she has followed her mantra of “never stop spinning” and will be looking to build on her haul of medals in Tokyo in two years time. As well as her achievements at the in para-cycling, Denise conquered the formidable Tour TransAlp last as part of the first amputee team ever to finish the gruelling stage race.
Lucy Charles, Ironman Champion
Recognised as one of the brightest talents in long-distance triathlon over recent years, Lucy Charles broke through in style in 2017 with a host of impressive wins in IRONMAN and Challenge Family branded events. It was in the sport’s spiritual homeland of Kona that the Londoner truly marked her arrival on the world stage with a superb full debut at the IRONMAN World Championships. Her formidable swimming power saw her lead for much of the race before finishing in second place. Lucy has picked up where she left off, opening her 2018 season with a sub-9 hour PB at the IRONMAN African Championships in early April.
Photo: Iri Greco / BrakeThrough Media | brakethroughmedia.com
#AllTribesAllWoman features just four of Endura’s clan from the downhill, road racing, para-cycling and triathlon tribes, you can find out more of awesome athletes on our Stories site with a host of in-depth profiles and articles available.
Photos by Paris Gore Video by Connor Macleod We’re very excited to return to the Enduro World Series in 2018 and announce the formation of our new Canadian partnership with…
Photos by Paris Gore
Video by Connor Macleod
We’re very excited to return to the Enduro World Series in 2018 and announce the formation of our new Canadian partnership with Race Face Performance Products. We’re incredibly proud to form the Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team, and to tackle a full season of racing with passion, drive, and dedication.
Our two brands have a deep history together that began in 1993. When freeride was born Rocky Mountain and Race Face were there, under the same roof, meeting the needs of demanding North Shore riders. Now, 25 years later Race Face is making some of the best components in the world, and we’re honored to be officially reunited through our EWS team partnership.
· 12th EWS Series Overall Ranking – 2017
· 1st EWS Whistler, Canada – 2017
“I’m excited to start a new chapter of this team, with Race Face on board to strengthen the Canadian vibe. I’m really looking forward to working closely with another local brand that shares my passion and roots. The crash I had in Finale Ligure at the end of last season was a tough one to recover from, but I’ve been training hard and am confident I am going to come into the first race strong!” – Jesse Melamed
· 8th EWS Series Overall Ranking – 2017
· 5th EWS Whistler, Canada – 2017
“Partnering up with Race Face and their strong Canadian roots is something that is unique to the EWS and exciting for myself. I’m really looking forward to getting things kicked off in South America in a few weeks, traveling with Jesse, ALN, our new crew of mechanics and Team Manager! This off season has been really productive for me, and I feel super-strong coming into the first round.” – Remi Gauvin
· 11th EWS Series Overall Ranking – 2017
· 3rd EWS Wicklow, Ireland – 2017
“I feel really happy and at home with our team for 2018. With such a good set up, it really is a bittersweet feeling to be sidelined for the two first rounds with a wrist injury. With the team supporting me, the matter at hand is to regain my maximum shred capacity to join the party ASAP. I look forward to seeing us evolve as a team this season and to enjoy not only the racing but the whole vibe.” -ALN
We would also like to extend a huge Thank you to the team sponsors, Maxxis, Shimano, Fox, Smith, WTB, FTI Consulting, EVOC, Stages Cycling, and OneUp Components.