[Video] Keene & Graves shred Jackson Hole on the new Enduro



We introduced the Enduro over a decade ago, and since then, it’s gone from a disruptive, slightly misguided outsider to an industry-leading monocoque construction. And in a relatively short amount of time, it established a new standard of rider expectations for what a trail bike should be. Fast-forward 10 years, and you’re looking at a bike with a trophy case that would make any trail bike jealous. Today, the all-new Enduro does it all, from steep, root-laden climbs to white-knuckle descents, taking it all in stride.

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