The conclusion of another Enduro World Series season brings victory for only a select few. Sometimes the race doesn’t go as hoped, but it’s all about a love of riding. Watch as Curtis Keene presents a recap of this — maybe his last — season. Along the way experience iconic biking locations, along with an
Curtis Keene and the On Track video series is back. This time it’s the Specialized pro rider’s first race after an injury. That comeback, the amazing Sam Hill, and suspension choice are all up for discussion. Press play to see this fascinating look inside the world of enduro racing at the highest level. //www.youtube.com/watch?v=vVFHB92SUlc Check
Curtis Keene’s race bike of choice is the Enduro 29. Photo by Seb Schieck Curtis Keene, the American Dream, had a tough season this year. In between battling mechanicals and injury, he had just one top 10 finish, at the Enduro World Series race in Aspen, Colorado. But while his summer may have been rocky,
This year, On Track is a little behind on publication, but the riding footage and rider insight still makes it worth watching. After a muddy start in New Zealand, the Enduro World Series kicked off round two in Tasmania. Race preparation was going as planned until the rain started hammering. With the track turning to
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