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Movistar Team

Men's WorldTour

Movistar Team are one of the oldest and most successful squads in men’s professional cycling with a heritage that stretches back to 1980 and a palmeres that includes multiple wins in all of the Grand Tours. Since partnering with Endura, the Spanish grandees have recorded over 100 victories, including Grand Tours, Monument Classics and the UCI Hour Record, proving that Endura’s clothing is not only the most sophisticated in the peloton, but the most successful too. Movistar Team launched a women’s team for 2018, predominantly featuring Spanish talent, they have impressed at a number of Women’s WorldTour races and look certain to build on their success at home and abroad in future. Their clothing is handmade in Scotland by our custom clothing division - the same custom clothing division that produces 50,000 items each year for amateur clubs and riders. By satisfying our customers, we know we will also satisfy our clients in professional cycling’s elite UCI WorldTour.

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Cervélo Bigla

Women's WorldTour

The Cervélo Bigla team, Endura’s presence in the elite UCI Women’s WorldTour, receives the same clothing, made from the same sophisticated fabrics, by the same skilled garment technicians in Scotland, as Movistar Team. They are disciplined, victorious evidence of Endura’s commitment to equality in the men’s and women’s pelotons. Moreover, they are strikingly successful. Led by four-time South African time-trial champion Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio and ferocious sprinter Lotta Lepistö, winner of the hugely prestigious Gent-Wevelgem and Crescent Vagarda races, the Cervélo Bigla team ensures that it is not only our men’s collections that benefit from the feedback of world class athletes.

Trek Factory Racing Enduro


TFR Enduro represent Endura in the Enduro World Series and is spearheaded by two home turf heroes in two Scots from our own backyard– Katy Winton and Ruaridh Cunningham. Bolstered by Canadian Casey Brown riding ins elected events and first year elite Pedro Burns from Chile. The small crew’s talent means that they’re regularly on the podium in the team competition and will be looking for Winton to continue her ascent up the rankings.