Mountain & Trials
Danny MacAskill’s films may have been watched online by tens of millions of people, but he is the very last person to behave like a superstar. Instead, Danny will rock up unannounced at our headquarters with nothing on his agenda more pressing than a brew and a chinwag.
Endura and the street trials star share a proud Scottish heritage and strong mountain biking roots. It is a powerful, self-confident partnership but also great for Scotland and reinforces this wee country’s position as a hub of biking excellence.
We're proud to protect Danny with our range of MTB Protectors and helmets when he's operating at the bleeding edge of possibility.Danny's story
road, gravel, mtb
The leading sprinter of his generation and multiple Grand Tour stage winner joined the Endura clan in 2020. He is looking forward not only to aid new and existing product development, but to support growth within cycling beyond racing, too, as he can now pick any discipline he fancies, a fact clearly echoed by his diverse bike collection of road, gravel and mountain bikes.
With a palmarès like Kittel’s, it goes without saying that his experience will be highly valued in the continued improvement of Endura’s professional cycling lines like Pro SL. But he’s also looking forward to broadening his interests across the range to fit his new, more ‘everyday’ lifestyle – from commutes to café rides. “There’s a lot going on in the sport right now,” Kittel says. “Indoor trainers and gravel are getting really big, there are the developments in e-cycling, and we are seeing women get more of the attention they deserve; I would be very happy if we see more change in that direction.”Marcel's Story
Lucy Charles-Barclay burst onto the world scene in 2017, finishing second in her Kona debut and followed this up with another second in 2018 after a series of race wins at full and half iron distance. A scorchingly fast swimmer, Lucy has already qualified for a return to the Big Island in 2019 and a global title looks like it has her name on it.Lucy's Kona story
Denise Schindler embodies the spirit of triumph over adversity. Despite losing her right leg below the knee in a childhood accident with a tram, she has won para-cycling world titles and Paralympic medals on road and track and has her sights set on medals at Tokyo 2020. To clothe such inspirational an athlete is a privilege. Denise wears our flagship Women’s Pro SL collection for training, and for racing wears a custom WT outfit for road events and Encapsulator suit for time-trials and track competitions.Denise's story
Tim Don’s record-breaking achievement in recording the fastest time ever in an Ironman branded long distance event proves unequivocally that Endura’s QDC clothing is the fastest available to triathletes. His winning time of 7:40:23 at Ironman South America may have been blisteringly fast, but it’s worth remembering also that Tim is one of three Endura triathletes to have broken the mythical eight-hour barrier for an ultra-distance event, and that none had done so in clothing from another brand.Tim suffered a horror injury at the 2017 Ironman World Championships in 2017 and his comeback to the top-level of his sport has been nothing short of miraculous. Endura were proud to support his gruelling rehabilitation that saw him return to Kona in 2018, a year after breaking his neck.Tim's story
Harald Philipp is an Alpinist and mountain biker who has embraced the philosophy of ‘flow’ for his astonishing riding exploits. The soaring peaks that surround Innsbruck are his home trails, and he is at home riding on exposed ledges, several thousand feet above sea level.
Author, adventurer and public speaker, Philipp is an intelligent, creative rider who relies on Endura’s MT500 Helmet with Koroyd core to reduce the risks of riding in such precipitous terrain.
An emerging talent in long distance triathlon, Morrison turned to multi-sports in 2013 after a successful hockey career. Gaining experience in the Olympic discipline initially, she claimed her first Ironman 70.3 title in Argentina in 2016 and has enjoyed considerable success at that distance over the past two seasons. A phenomenal talent on the bike, Morrison regularly competes in time trials for Drag2Zero and has ambitions on the British 100 mile TT record.
2018 saw the German long distance triathlete claim the biggest success of her racing career, triumphing over a stellar field at Challenge Roth, one of the biggest iron-distance events on the calendar. The Erdinger Alkoholfrei Team athlete is aiming for a return to Kona and sits high in the season's rankings.Read Daniela's Story
BMX & MTB
Kriss Kyle is one of the most exciting bike riders on the planet right now, whose videos are watched by millions and who rides his own signature line of BMXs from BSD. We're stoked to be hooking up with our fellow Scot for his new MTB projects, where he'll be bringing BMX steez to the mountain, as well as providing him with our protection and helmets for all of his riding.
Kriss' latest video
Gravel & Adventure
Jenny Graham is an inspiration to every cyclist and especially every woman out there. Having completed challenges such as the Highland Trail 550, the Cairngorm Loop, the Arizona Trail Race and a four-day winter LEJOG, in 2018 she beat the world record for the fastest female circumnavigation of the world by nearly 3 weeks.
The 38-year old member of The Adventure Syndicate cycled 18,000 miles across four continents. Travelling east through 16 countries, she faced bears in Canada, close-passing lorries on the Trans-Siberian Highway, and sub-zero temperatures as she rode through the southern hemisphere's winter.Read Jenny's Story
Road & Adventure
James Hayden - inspirational adventure cyclist and two times winner of the Transcontinental Race. Following his switch to off-road ultra-endurance races last year, an attempted robbery by horseback highwayman cost James a shot at winning in his first Silk Road Mountain Race in 2019. Expect to see him back at the front of the pack this year looking for the win.James & Endura
Road & Track
Riding from Lands End to John o’ Groats represents a lifetime’s achievement for the comparative handful of cyclists who complete ‘LEJOG’ each year. For James MacDonald, however, LEJOG was not enough. James rode 1725 miles from John o’ Groats to Lands End and back from Lands End to John o’ Groats, in five days, 18 hours and three minutes to set a new world record. Endura made an important contribution to the record: a custom clothing solution offering the aerodynamic performance to ride at record-breaking pace, while providing sufficient warmth to wear through the night on a ride made in September in the Great British climate.Read James' stoy