Not a first, a revolution.

We didn't just change the design, we changed what can be expected of your bike's suspension. The world's first truly accessible, rearward trajectory axle path on a bike specifically built for Enduro Racing.

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.

Customer Service is at the heart of everything we do.

Protecting your investment is paramount to us, and we believe this begins with you knowing we're right here, and available to answer your questions - not some random dude on the end of the phone, but the owners and designers of Craftworks. So don't be shy, we're here to help!

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"The ENR is such dialled bike! The rearward axle path not only means that the bike maintains its momentum over sharp hits, but also creates more stability the tougher the terrain gets. It’s an addictive sensation, to have a bike that feels more comfortable the harder and faster you push it. With the new model on its way early 2019, I can’t wait to swing a leg over it. I'm so amped on this bike!”

- Chris Jenkins