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Atherton Racing

Athertons & More

We are the proud partners of Atherton Racing that sees mountain biking royalty, Dan, Gee and Rachel Atherton ride in our flagship MT500 mountain bike apparel and protectors. Our partnership with the first family of downhill mountain biking also includes support for Atherton Racing's next generation riders, including Mille Johnset and Charlie Hatton. Dan, Gee and Rachel embody the Endura mantra of Renegade Progress with a creative approach to their racing always showing maximum commitment and dedication, but an unmistakable sense of fun. Endura's continually expanding collection of MTB apparel and protection benefits from Atherton Racing rider's input and hardcore testing in training and on the World Cup circuit.

Hazzard Racing


Scottish radsters Hazzard Racing joined the Endura clan in 2019, bringing edge to our enduro tribe - Joe Barnes, aka Top Chief, Lachlan Blair and Fergus Lamb will ride in Endura at selected Enduro World Series events as well as churning the turns across the UK.

The Adventure Syndicate

Long distance

The Adventure Syndicate is a collective of extraordinary cyclists who happen to be women and who aim to challenge what others think they are capable of. Jenny Graham broke the world record for an unassistted round-the-world ride by a women in 2018, smashing the previous record. Lee Craigie is the Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland, who relishes adventuring on two wheels.

State Bicycle Team

Fixie & Gravel

The State Bicycle Team is a crew of riders totally embedded within the fixie and gravel racing scenes in the US. From Mission Crit to Dirty Kanza, their troupe of racers race hard no matter the format.

Lupato Brothers

Mountain & Trials

The Enduro racing Lupato Brothers, Denny and Alex, are instantly recognised by their enormous beards and ferocious riding skills. They have lit up the Italian Enduro scene, following a family tradition established by their father, who built many of the trails surrounding near their home village of Cogglia, Italy.

The Lupato brothers's story