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PinkBike.com expands connection to Enduro World Series with new style of video coverage

Published January 26, 2015

CHILLIWACK, British Columbia (BRAIN) — Pinkbike will collaborate with the Enduro World Series on video production for all eight of this season's races. The website is promising a new style of coverage with an expanded video crew at each event, as well as extra content that will be released throughout the year.

The new films will capture all the action from the events, but also offer insight into life on the circuit, telling the story of the mechanics, teams and amateur riders. There will also be a number of features looking at equipment development and pro bike setup.

"We've cut our teeth covering the biggest events in mountain biking and we're very much looking forward to the 2015 season. The EWS is one of the most significant race series to emerge in recent memory and we've assembled a talented media team accordingly. Look to see not only our gold-standard coverage for the EWS this year, but a few new media initiatives as well," said Julian Coffey, PinkBike's publisher.

The 2015 EWS calendar:

  • March 28: Giant Toa Rotorua Enduro, Crankworx Rotorua, New Zealand
  • May 24: Chain Reaction Cycles Emerald Enduro, County Wicklow, Ireland
  • May 30-31: TweedLove, Tweed Valley, Scotland
  • July 18-19: Samoens Enduro World Series driven by Urge Bike Products, France
  • July 31-Aug. 2,: Yeti Cycles Big Mountain Enduro presented by Shimano, Crested Butte, Colo.
  • Aug. 9: SRAM Canadian Open Enduro, Crankworx Whistler,British Columbia
  • Sept. 25-27: Enduro Festival Zona Zero, Zona Zero Ainsa Sobrabe, Spain
  • Oct. 3-4:  Superenduro Powered by SRAM, Finale Ligure, Italy

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