A longer, slacker ENR... V1.1 is here.

You told us size does matter, so we listened, we went back to the drawing board, and we made the ENR better.

So what have we changed?

Put simply, the ENR V1.1 now has a new, longer, slacker geometry.

A 65 degree head angle as standard, and some new sizing, offers longer reach to the current size range for those taller riders and an all new level of confidence through even the gnarliest of terrain. Add to this some great new build specs and the ENR is once again, the most capable enduro bike on the market.

New L size

465mm Reach
65deg Head Angle (New)

New M size

445mm Reach
65deg Head Angle (New)

New S size

425mm Reach
66.5deg Head Angle (unchanged)

So what's the catch?

Well, we'd be silly not to make things at least a little interesting. The catch is, stock is super limited. So don't think about it too long, get on an ENR today.

What about build options?

Well, we've changed things up a bit. Your new Craftworks ENR V1.1, comes in three build spec options. Frame Only, Spec-I, Spec-II and Spec-III.

Spec-I and Spec-III feature SRAM and Rockshox components offering a great value spec as well as delivering our premium ENR build. Then, jammed right in the middle there is the impressive Spec-II, loaded with Cane Creek suspension, Formula brakes and the awesome GX Eagle drivetrain.

So whether you're looking to build your own ENR, you're on a budget, you want the best, or maybe you just want something that stands out from the crowd, Craftworks has you covered!

We've been through all the information about how well this bike handles, and after our demo tour through New South Wales, Canberra and Victoria, the proof was definitely in the pudding. So many people rode the bike, and the all agreed, the ENR offers better:

1. Small bump compliance
2. Big hit performance
3. Stable pedal platform