What our customers say
The ENR is such dialled bike! The rearward axle path not only means that the bike maintains its momentum over sharp hits, but also creates more stability the tougher the terrain gets. It’s an addictive sensation, to have a bike that feels more comfortable the harder and faster you push it. With the new model on its way early 2019, I can’t wait to swing a leg over it. I'm so amped on this bike!
I tell you what, despite having only set the sag on the rear shock and leaving the rest untouched this thing is an absolute joy to ride. I'll be dialing in some better manners for the truly gnarly terrain but credit goes to you guys, you've designed and built a true masterpiece of a bike.
I've had quite a few carbon bikes that plow through the rough terrain, but in no way have they stood up to the same punishment I've dealt to my ENR. I stripped the ENR for the first time this week after one and half years, bearings are holding up, creaks are gone and it rides like new again. If you want something that can slap down a rock garden, can hang air, climbs well and flicks through the tech sections, then won't bitch and moan, get around an ENR.
Beyond The Tape Podcast
If you want a bike that pedals better than Lance Armstrong on the gear, Pumps harder than Arnie in the 70's, and Skips over the rough stuff faster than a politician, than the ENR is for you. Fast. Nimble, and smooth are the three words needed to describe this bike