Enduro Mountainbike Magazine: 001

Nov 13, 2012 at 5:28
by Robin Schmitt  

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!"

WWW.ENDURO-MTB.COM Enduro Mountainbike Magazine is a free digital magazine that comes out 6 times per year with great editorial content amazing pictures amp the most aesthetic design.

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.

WWW.ENDURO-MTB.COM Enduro Mountainbike Magazine is a free digital magazine that comes out 6 times per year with great editorial content amazing pictures amp the most aesthetic design.

Whatever you like… the table of contents.

WWW.ENDURO-MTB.COM Enduro Mountainbike Magazine is a free digital magazine that comes out 6 times per year with great editorial content amazing pictures amp the most aesthetic design.

Great lifestyle stories like "La Dolce Vita" with Italian "Team Lifecycle" will make you want to go out riding.

WWW.ENDURO-MTB.COM Enduro Mountainbike Magazine is a free digital magazine that comes out 6 times per year with great editorial content amazing pictures amp the most aesthetic design.

If you want to get into something more sophisticated, don't miss this essay exploring the very nature of enduro….

WWW.ENDURO-MTB.COM Enduro Mountainbike Magazine is a free digital magazine that comes out 6 times per year with great editorial content amazing pictures amp the most aesthetic design.

What would a magazine be without products? Here is a test of the all-new Rocky Mountain Altitude with 650B wheels.

For more info visit:
http://www.enduro-mtb.com/en
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49 Comments

  • + 24
 Hey guys. Thanks for your feedback.
infinitetrails is right: IT'S ONLY DIGITAL & IT'S FREE!
  • + 4
 what are the chances of you guys offering different download formats in the future? I would love to throw these on my kindle to read on the train, granted a kindle can read PDFs but dealing with the sizing makes it a head ache from time to time.
  • + 5
 Viel glück, hope the mag does well. I'm enjoying the clean layout. Easy to read.
  • + 5
 A sweet app or a paid subscription through the various online magazine (google magazine, iOS magazines) would be awesome. I say paid, because I want to give you money to keep you guys working on this, it's not like your time is free, and I like to support people who do things I like. Maybe a kickstarter?
  • + 3
 Great job ... open it and read in one breath ... really really good .. keep up the GREAT work .... !!!!
  • + 3
 We are working on that with a Barcelona-based design-studio. Next year you can do!!!
  • + 0
 " We are working on that with a Barcelona-based design-studio. Next year you can do!!!" Design is marginal...I you need help with the rest give me a call!
  • + 2
 Agree motoma, i ld like to read it at ipad
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  • + 8
 It's a nice start. Clean layout, few adds and the right type of content. Some of the pictures are recycled - the HD in town has been floating around the web for months now, and you could probably use a native English speaker to re-write your text for you - a bit less linguistic flourish and a bit more data. I do like that you did 2 bike reviews but you might consider a standardized table for specs - I like to see geometry, components, weight, price as tested and base price. All-in-all it is a great start and I can't wait to see what you do next. Oh, and I agree - look into Kickstarter for early funds as you refine the mag. Best of luck.
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  • + 10
 The only physical mag I would buy is digital..
  • + 1
 I would totally buy a subscription
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  • + 5
 This is cool! I look forward to some good enduro specific coverage as the sport evolves - stuff like race coverage, pro bike checks, and discussion of ideal bike setups (i.e hardtail, 29er, 27.5).
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  • + 2
 "The first enduro magazine"????
for sure not, have a look there: www.endurotribe.com
sorry it's french, but contents are very interesting too, and it exists since several years.

However, good luck to this new webzine!
  • - 2
 Yeah, but no-one cares about France. Wink
  • + 6
 But at least France care about Enduro :p
  • + 4
 illest you are stupid.
  • + 1
 You have to be British to understand the French jokes.
  • + 1
 Australia has had its own enduro magazine for ages now too: www.enduromag.com.au
  • + 1
 Stupid is as stupid does
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  • + 5
 Great! Enduro & all-mountain is the future of MTB so it is a move in the good direction!
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  • + 2
 I find very funny to read that Enduro is the future and all the exitment like is something new. I used to do Enduro riding with my group of friens more than 30 years ago and Ii am sure many other people were doing it. Of course now the bikes are made for that and some if not all are very beautiful pieces of equipment but believe me, pushing your bmx bike on the mountains on the uphill and pedaling where possible and then waiting hiding begind the bush with motocross gear for a motorcycle group to go by and then pass them on the downhill was a great rush, and those rides used to take 8 or more hours. Good luck to the new magazine and I hope it starts growing everywhere. Cheers.
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  • + 1
 Some suggestion:
Need "Pro or Real Enduro Riders' Bike Checks" page(s)...... No single bike can't claim to be the best bike for Enduro, yet we could learn from the real enduro racers on what is or not important specs (certainly with the setting info) for Enduro Bike....
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  • + 1
 The first well designed digital mag I've seen in the bike industry. I need to peruse it on the iPad and see how that works there as I think this should be your audience -- something about the web browser and clicking the arrows to go to next page still feels not quite right. But great freaking job. Clean and professional. Love this!!!
  • + 0
 You need to try out Wideopenmag or IMB then. Both great online only mags.
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  • + 2
 Two wheeled chaos with your buddies, you provide the motor. I can get behind a magazine that goes back to one of the core themes central to mountain biking. Two thumbs up!
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  • + 2
 Big thanks to the team behind this mag. I think its great and I love the commitement to Enduro. Looking forward to more issues!
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  • + 2
 Great first issue, definitely provides some insight into the world of Enduro.
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  • + 2
 yes, yeeessssss, YEEEEEEEEEEEEESSSSSSSSSSSS!
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  • + 1
 THANK YOU!!! I want to get into Enduro and this just made me so much more excited! AWESOME MAG!!!
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  • + 1
 is it ever going to go to paper? its alot easier on my eyes!
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  • + 1
 Since I have a notebook, I can take it the shitter w/me....sweeet!
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  • + 2
 how do I subscribe?
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  • + 2
 Sweet, Cedrics back!
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  • + 1
 yes, well done! you have won a new follower Smile
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  • - 1
 I wonder if they will ever have "AGGRESSIVE XC MAGAZINE" or "LIGHT FREERIDE QUARTERLY"
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  • + 0
 seems like a good mag i would buy it if i rode enduro......
  • + 1
 Why would you buy it? Its free.
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  • + 1
 enduro the best
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