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Release: Enduro Mountainbike Magazine #003

Apr 17, 2013
by Robin Schmitt  
Cover Enduro Mag www.enduro-mtb.com


Winter is over, training has been done and Enduro is emerging onto the world stage! The heralded 2013 race season is rolling out, and with it comes Issue 3 of Enduro Magazine! With a top-end field pulling international elite riders from the podiums of DH and XC, never has a season been so exciting and unknown. Will the illustrious legends of the sport dominate, or will fresh talent be victorious?

However, far from the elite team vans and high profile racing, enduro has strengthened both as a sport and as an identity! Galvanizing and uniting riders of all levels and abilities, grass-roots enduro has never been so enjoyable and strong! This latest issue focuses on new beginnings, the lovers and haters, expectations for the new season and the latest products to hit the market. Do not miss the exciting preview of the Design & Innovation Awards preselected products, featuring the best technical innovations and highlights of 2013.
Read the magazine now. It's free: enduro-mtb.com/en/magazine/
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnduroMountainbikeMagazine

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Enduro Magazine is nothing without our readers and to make it easier to enjoy the magazine we have released a new and exciting app based format. This pioneering new design allows simple and fluid browsing through our articles and we hope you will find it innovative, effortless and stylish. It has been designed for tablet pcs like the iPad but will work on PC, MAC and Android, too! Next week we'll release a brand new online viewer for all those who don't have one of the before mentioned devices. Check out our new app, enjoy, and share the free inspiration: enduro-mtb.com/en/magazine/


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Our Design and Innovation Award showcases the most innovative and enlightened ideas from some of the bicycle industries most creative minds! With a handpicked panel, including some of the most influential names in enduro, we have been testing enduro specific products from all over the world! Check out the exclusive preview of the preselected contenders.

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No sooner had the 29er stamped its authority on the big wheeled sector, than 650b rolled in touting the best of both platforms! Does 650b really present a true performance alternative, or is there no room in the middle ground for another contestant! We take one brand, two models, two wheel sizes, an open mind and let battle commence!

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With the dawn of a new year and new season, enduro has leapt from its grass-roots origins and become a real player on the world stage! As events play catch-up to the media attention, enduro is finally maturing into its identity. We examine what enduro represents, the changing tide of opinions and the driving force behind its unstoppable advance. What does enduro bring to the mountain biking community, and like Icarus, is enduro in danger of flying too high, too fast, too soon?

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With competition at the sharp end of enduro hotting up, Enduro Magazine sits down with Dan Atherton to find out his thoughts on competition, training, expectations for the new season and colourful urine! Check out Jim Buchanans straight talking and funny interview for the latest news from mountain biking’s most illustrious racing family.

If that was not enough, in this issue we bring you news from the Mavic and Merida Press Camp and bring you an exclusive review of the Mondraker Foxy XR!

Check out the magazine: enduro-mtb.com/en/magazine/.
As usual the magazine is for free, but we would highly appreciate if you spread the word about the magazine as by doing this you do both a favor, us as well as the enduro sport itself!
Like us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/EnduroMountainbikeMagazine

Enjoy the ride!

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25 Comments
  • 14 1
 Please bring back the pdf. Having to download an application to read a document is unnecessary (and it doesn't work with OSX 10.6)
  • 5 1
 pdf isn't possible with the new interactive layout (and many of the upcoming features), but we are working on a browser viewer!
  • 11 0
 Browser viewer doesn't work on a plane. I'd gladly sacrifice "interactivity" to be able to read it wherever I want on whatever device I want. Keep the fancy version for those who feel the need, but still make the pdf available. Generally making your publication available to the maximum number of readers is a good idea.
  • 4 0
 I think the Blue Toad application(?) that I read Decline on is clunky, but I still read Decline. I am not even going to open this crap. Serve pages through a web app or offer a downloadable pdf document.
  • 4 0
 It doesn't work properly on Windows 8. I can't see the bottom of each page and I can't scroll down.
  • 1 0
 Thought I had the same problem on my Vista machine. Had to drag the window all the way to the top of my screen and auto hide my taskbar. You then scroll pages by grabbing and dragging them with the mouse. Side to side for next page and up and down for individual articles. Page 2 in the mag has instructions on how to navigate. It's not very intuitive, (on a PC or laptop.) but manageable. It's seems to be optimized for mobile devices. It's hard to believe you guys at the mag didn't deal with these user issues. A full screen option would be nice.
  • 2 0
 Thanks for the feedback! In the upper menu bar you can go into full screen mode!
  • 2 0
 Oh snap. I missed that. Gonna change my name to sOOper-dOOper-nOOb. Haha.
  • 1 0
 Yeah I tried full screen but still can't see the whole page. It's a 14" laptop btw. I can turn pages no problem.
  • 2 0
 Congrats guys by the new issue of this wonderful mag !
  • 2 0
 10.7. -10.8. only is bad idea
  • 2 0
 Very soon the only reader will be ready making it possible to read the mag on any device (with Chrome)!
  • 2 0
 The iPad version of the magazine is so sexy. Sweet mag
  • 1 0
 Android looks decent too
  • 1 0
 Please make it for iPod now!!! Frown got happy when I saw it for iPad. Ill just have to read at home.
  • 1 0
 Yes, please do make it available for iPod and iPhone. I read the first 2 issues on my iPhone so I'm not complaining about the size of the screen Smile hope you can come up with this soon!
  • 1 0
 You need to be a local admin to install the reader on XP. Really?! Fire your IT guy.
  • 1 0
 I get a white window....with nothing in full screen or compact...wth?
  • 1 0
 That was 5 min wasted out of my day
  • 1 0
 Would be a good supplement to decline or dirt....
  • 1 0
 Boo hoo, galaxy 3s not compatible! ?
  • 1 0
 Cant read it on samsung galaxy s3
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