International Women’s Day – Endura’s Ongoing Commitment To Female Athletes And Adventurers

2018 saw us celebrate a centenary of winning the right to vote in the United Kindgom, Germany, Ireland and a number of other states with our #AllTribesAllWomen campaign. It not only aimed to celebrate the amazing athletes we work with but also to inspire the next generation of female cyclists by asking Rachel Atherton, Denise Schindler, Lucy Charles and Ashleigh Moolman-Pasio to pass on some advice to their 12 year old selves.

On International Women’s Day in 2019, Endura restate their commitment to women’s racing and bike adventuring, supporting World Champions, world record holders, up-and-coming riders and two Women’s WorldTour squads. In addition to an already super-strong roster of female athletes, Endura have signed two bright Scottish mountain bike talents in Ella Connolly (U21 Enduro World Series Champion) and (Scottish Downhill Champion) Mikalya Parton for the 2019 season and look forward to helping them continue to develop into world class riders.

Pamela Barclay, Endura’s Brand Director:

The array of female talent that we support is just phenomenal. Across all of our rider tribes, we work with world class athletes, providing our Product Development team with top-level feedback for our growing range of clothing and accessories for female riders. As the race season gets underway properly, we’ll once again be making sure they have access to the most innovative, cutting edge kit available on the market.

Mountain Bike

Rachel Atherton – Multiple UCI Downhill World Champion

Ella Connolly – U21 Enduro World Series Champion

Mille Johnset – UCI Downhill World Championship (Junior) Bronze Medal

Mikalya Parton – Scottish Downhill Champion

Road and Track

Movistar Team Women – Women’s WorldTour Team

Bigla – Women’s WorldTour Team

Vittoria Bussi – UCI Hour Record Holder

Denise Schindler – Multiple UCI World Champion – track and road para-cycling


Lucy Charles – multiple iron-distance and middle distance triathlon champion, twice runner up in Kona

Susie Cheetham – multiple iron-distance triathlon champion

Heather Wurtele – multiple iron-distance triathlon champion

Kim Morrison – multiple half-iron distance champion


The Adventure Syndicate – Jenny Graham, World Record holder and Lee Craigie, Active Nation Commissioner for Scotland

Karen Darke – adventurer and Paralympic Gold Medallist

Kate Rawles – environmental campaigner


Sammi Kinghorn – World Champion wheelchair racer



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