Gallery: Glimpse of the enduro future

Prototypes spotted at Enduro World Series opener

The Enduro World Series kicked off this past weekend in Rotorua, New Zealand, and BikeRadar was on hand to stroll through the team pits to see what news we could find. And the pits didn't disappoint — we spotted prototype X Fusion forks, Fox DH X2 shocks, a Hope 10-40 cassette, a Shimano M9000 Stages power meter and much more. 

Click through the gallery above for a detailed look. 

This looks like it might make it into a future sram brake line-up - the guide rs dh. while the lever seems standard, the caliper looks to have a wider opening above the pads, presumably for increased airflow and cooling: this looks like it might make it into a future sram brake line-up - the guide rs dh. while the lever seems standard, the caliper looks to have a wider opening above the pads, presumably for increased airflow and cooling
This looks like it might make it into a future sram brake line-up - the guide rs dh. while the lever seems standard, the caliper looks to have a wider opening above the pads, presumably for increased airflow and cooling: this looks like it might make it into a future sram brake line-up - the guide rs dh. while the lever seems standard, the caliper looks to have a wider opening above the pads, presumably for increased airflow and cooling

Coming soon to a SRAM group near you?

Tom Marvin

Technical Editor, Tech Hub, UK
Tom's been riding for 15 years, and has always chopped and changed bikes as soon as his budget allowed. He's most at home in the big mountains, having spent nigh on 30 weeks riding the Alps, as well as having lived a stone's throw from the Scottish Highlands for four years. Tom also enjoys racing events like the Strathpuffer and the Trans Nepal.
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