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WIN £1500 of Endura Winter Trail Stuff :)

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Found 21st Oct 2010
Winter is almost upon us. But we know you don’t want to let a little thing like torrential rain or rivers of mud stop you from getting out there and riding.


So we’ve teamed up with off-road gurus Endura to sort out three lucky readers with everything they need to see through winter in comfort and style.


Endura are based up in Scotland and they test their products in the harshest conditions. When they say something’s water or windproof they mean it.


Their MT500 range is perfect for trail riding in the worst weather and will take muddy crashes in its stride.


The MT500 jacket, Spray baggies and bib knickers will ensure you stay warm and dry, and riding long after your mates are begging to go home. Taped seams and multiple layers of technical fabrics like super-tough Cordura where it matters mean the water stays out. But breathability is never sacrificed, fit is adjustable, and of course there’s loads of storage too, exactly where you need it.


The MT500 gloves have moulded panels for knuckle and finger protection, tough suedette palms, and silicone braking pads to keep you in control.


MT500 elbow and knee protectors, replete with Kevlar, give you optimal protection and Endura’s light reactive Mullet glasses will see you clear through the trees.

We laugh in the face of winter. Now you can too! Find out more at endura.co.uk

QUESTION: Endura's MT500 range uses which tough fabric? Hmm let me guess, Er its (A) Cordura

Or txt mbkdur plus answer (A) to 87474 NOTE FROM LUKEM2 If entering online you will have to get a notification email.

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