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The newest issue of our digital magazine Enduro illustrated hits your virtual newsagent’s shelf today.

With 134 pages of pure enduro content, and, like always, FREE to read, there’s plenty to dig into.

Mario Roman grabs the cover shot for #25. We sat down with Spaniard for a major catch up and found not only a rider on the rise in extreme enduro, but one who just 12 months ago was close to calling it all quits.

There’s no test quite like a long term test, and with a season’s wear and tear on this batch of products, we find out it they were up to the job in hand.

EnduroGP has undergone some major changes this year and none more so than breaking tradition at Hawkstone Park’s British GP for sprint enduro and GNCC style racing. We ask some of the sport’s main players if it’s a move in the right direction.

What’s in a pro rider’s kit bag? Billy Bolt let us have a look in his. It’s more than smelly jocks and socks.

Would you race the ISDE on a 30-year-old bike? Aussie dirt bike legend Geoff Ballard did. He tells us how it went.

JP goes racing at the EnduroGP in Hawkstone Park to see how KTM’s 250 EXC TPI weighs up under pukka race conditions.

The 92nd edition of the ISDE was a cracker. Take a look back at it with this bumper gallery of images.

Toni Bou — the king of feet up riding — won his 22nd consecutive world crown. We take a snapshot look at his success in trials.

The ISDE attracts all sorts of dirt junkies. MTB legend Fabien Barel swapped pedal power for an engine and raced it.


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Robert Lynn
Enduro21 Editor