Endura Products and Accessories
Endura is one of the leading bicycle gear brands in the market, founded in Scotland in 1993 with the goal of creating high-quality and high-performance cycling clothing and accessories. To ensure perfection in their products, they combine lab testing with technology and trials conducted by cyclists during their training, all to offer customers gear that excels in aerodynamics, temperature, and comfort.
Endura's Best-Selling Products
The quality of all their products stands out, crafted with the best materials, ensuring proper breathability, comfort, resistance, and durability. They differentiate between upper body garments such as jackets, vests, jerseys, and suits, and lower body garments such as baggies, pants, shorts, and shoe covers.
They offer a wide variety of protections, including knee and elbow pads, and also develop glasses for road cycling use. Noteworthy among the protections are the helmets, with an extensive catalog ranging from urban-style road helmets to lighter or more aerodynamic ones, and off-road helmets for trail, mountain, enduro, etc.
Recognized Endura Riders
Endura represents prominent professionals in the cycling world, competing in various disciplines such as MTB, Trial, Triathlon, Adapted Cycling, among others.
Swiss cyclist competing in mountain biking in the cross-country category. She has participated in various championships, such as the 2011 Mountain Bike World Championship where she achieved second place, and the European Mountain Bike Championship between 2009 and 2011, where she won two silver medals.
Kyle is one of Scotland's most recognized BMX riders. He is known for the impressive videos he shares on his social media, showcasing incredible bike handling skills. He won his first local competition in 2008 and later became part of the Unit 23 team, one of the UK's most important BMX parks. He has been competing in European competitions for a few years, with his next goal being to participate in events at a global level.
German Paralympic cyclist who participated in the Paralympic Games in 2012, 2016, and 2020, in the C1-3 Road Time Trial and C1-3 Pursuit categories, winning two silver and two bronze medals.