American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. A race, as of motorcycles, that tests endurance.
- Shortening and alteration of endurance. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“The word "enduro", meanwhile, has its roots in a Romance language; the Spanish "duro”
“Later, there were others, including a 250 cc "enduro" motorcycle designed for on - and off-road use.”
“These are very similar to enduro bikes and emphasize more on weight and enhanced suspension.”
“Damian 150kgs plus and 80-100kg rider is too much weight for an enduro.”
“Can you load up an enduro bike with maybe 150kg of fuel?”
“Then get the groups to figure out ways of CApPiNG FKN MUPPETS!!! armed only with an enduro bike, a can of VB and a pack of durries.”
“The other issue I have with the enduro bike option is that to remove a rider from a two wheel motor bike is a very easy thing, especially if you are using a gun, the offer very little protection, they are also an issue to defend youirself from as tow hands are required to operate the bike and its an unstable platform.”
“Naut covered the gear and weight issue. 50k of kit would be the MAX, i would carry on an enduro bike. yes you could go bigger and get the SJS type BAJA/DAKAR/FINKE bikes, but they are big and heavy and fkn cumbersome to operate.”
“A dirt bike, in this case an enduro bike, will be in the 450cc plus class and thats a failry reasonable amount of bike for a start.”
“Motorcross/enduro bikes were viewed as significantly less stylish than other types of motorcycles surveyed ..”
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