There are a lot of magazines out there, but only a few excel with their content and appearance. Some of you might have known the German-based free digimag MAG41. Recently they made a relaunch of their magazine and a move into a new direction: Enduro Mountainbike Magazine.
"The future of mountainbiking: as a sport and race category, enduro is the most current form of mountain biking. … Unless, of course, it stands for the original idea of biking – two-wheeled chaos and good times with your best buddies, all through your own pedal power. Enduro features a variety of stories as broad as the sport itself, and goes even beyond to explore issues of philosophy, design, and beauty. Authentic, aesthetic, and open-minded describes our approach to our love and its literal expression: Enduro Mountainbike Magazine. Enjoy the reading, learning, and discovering! It's free!"
One aim of the magazine will be to push enduro racing. FLTR: Nicolas Lau, Rémy Absalon, Anka Martin, Dan Atherton, Manuel Ducci, Enrico Guala, Jerome Clementz, Andrea Bruno, Nicolas Vouilloz.
Whatever you like… the table of contents.
Great lifestyle stories like "La Dolce Vita" with Italian "Team Lifecycle" will make you want to go out riding.
If you want to get into something more sophisticated, don't miss this essay exploring the very nature of enduro….
What would a magazine be without products? Here is a test of the all-new Rocky Mountain Altitude with 650B wheels.