SRAM XX1 | Enduro | Part 1: Stepping Up SRAM XX1 | Enduro | Part 1: Stepping Up

SRAM XX1 | Enduro | Part 1: Stepping Up

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Tuesday, December 3, 2013

Follow SRAM enduro racers Jerome Clementz, Nicolas Vouilloz, Rene Widlhaber, Curtis Keene, Anka Martin, and many more as they take on rounds 2 and 3 of the 2013 Enduro World Series in Val d'Allos and Les Deux Alpes, France. With enduro quickly becoming one of the most progressive and interesting forms of mountain biking, enduro riders have become an essential part in the development of a new generation of components, which combine light weight, durability and flawless performance during long and hard races. SRAM XX1 is the prime example of this new breed of components, after dominating the 2013 season with 6 wins out of 7 races with Fabien Barel, Nicolas Vouilloz and Jerome Clementz.


Rene Widlhaber is one of the original Enduro riders, well respected within the new racing movement, he remains a serious contender.

Anka Martin consistantly improved all year long and remained a solid contender for a poditum finish at every round.

The Champ, Jerome Clementz is always having a good time...and how could he not with winning seeming to be a regular occurrence. 

Adam Craig of the Giant Factory Off-Road Racing team was one of the few American racers to race the full EWS series. 

Previously a dicipline where you are out on your own for days at a time...professional mechanics became a normal sight at the races this year. 

Anneke Beerten the first Women's Enduro racer to podium with a 29" RockShox Pike and SRAM XX1 guiding her way. 



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