The Craftworks ENR is the world's first accessible all-mountain, 160mm travel, 650b enduro bike built on a substantial rearward axle trajectory, with an optimised dynamic stable pedaling platform. What does that even mean?
Well, since it emerged, rear suspension has been designed to let your bike's rear wheel move vertically, allowing it to travel over obstacles. But bikes hit obstacles in a way that actually requires a rearward trajectory of the wheel to achieve the best suspension performance, something that hasn't been available until now for a whole host of reasons.
Featuring our patented i-track suspension, the ENR brings you the most planted, responsive, compliant and playful suspension ever produced.
Climb with more confidence, descend with more traction. Have your cake, and eat it too!
Imagine a long travel design that feels just as soft and plush on big hits, as it does on small bumps. A design that allows for a stable pedal platform, without compromising on suspension performance when it really counts, in the rough stuff. These aspects have always been considered mutually exclusive, no one bike could offer good performance across small bump compliance, big hit performance, and pedal efficiency. That is, until now.
Small-bump compliance, big hit performance.
Because of i-track's patented rearward axle trajectory, the ENR's suspension has better small-bump compliance early in its travel without compromising big-hit performance, as is the case with conventional suspension designs.
Long travel and pedal efficiency can co-exist.
Just because the ENR is built for the roughest conditions enduro racing has to offer, doesn't mean it's not perfect for the weekend trail junkee. We've built a bike that is just as at home on the descents as it is on the climbs, thanks to a stable pedal platform delivered through it's oblique compression angle during pedaling and pumping. This means your i-track suspension is working with you, all the time.
Plush and planted, nimble and playful.
The ENR's patented i-track suspension takes care of the hard work, so you can focus on negotiating the trail. Smooth through the chattery corners, free of "hang ups" just like a soft suspension setup, but with the nimble, re-activeness of a stiffer setup when you need it. It's the best of both worlds.