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On the 5th of October, 2014, Fabien Barel ripped up the rulebook when it comes to epic sporting comebacks. After a career-threatening crash at EWS Round 1 in Chile left him bed-ridden for months with a broken back, Fabien fought his way back to strength against all odds to be on the start line at the final round of the season in Finale Ligure, Italy. What happened next, nobody would ever have predicted. The Frenchman lit up the timing sheets on every stage to record a victory that will go down in mountain biking history.

That was then, this is now. In 2015 CFET aim to build on the momentum gained over the past two seasons. With Joe Barnes, Ludo May, Ines Thoma and Fabien Barel on board they have one of the most complete lineups competing on the EWS circuit. That was reflected after the first round of 2015 in Rotorua, New Zealand, where CFET left on top of the Team Rankings, a position they aim to defend for the rest of the season. This year Fabien will be in the hunt for the overall title, Joe and Ines will be looking to convert their consistent top-10 finishes into their first victories, while Ludo continues his progression to the top of the sport. As the EWS crosses the globe to tackle the most challenging and stunning terrain on offer, be sure to follow CFET as they fight it out at the very top.





To keep up at the front it’s not just the riders that have to be on top of their game every race, they need machines capable of keeping them there. Canyon developers work tirelessly so that our riders have every advantage available to them from their equipment.

The result of such a close partnership is the development of enduro bikes available to anyone that are more capable, both uphill and downhill, than anything produced before.

In 2015 CFET will once again be able to count on cutting-edge developments to keep them ahead out on the trail. This is enduro!

Canyon Factory Enduro Team

Fabien Barel

Fabien Barel

French mountain biking superstar, triple Downhill World Champion and qualified engineer – Fabien is a jack of all trades. The 34 year-old Frenchman is a natural leader and sets the bar for the rest of the team through his dedication and professionalism. The attention to detail and passion he shows when it comes to racing makes him one of the legends of the sport. Fabien proved he is still one of the fastest riders on the planet with a sensational comeback win at Finale Ligure last season. This year he’s one of the hottest contenders for the overall title.

Joe Barnes

Joe Barnes

Joe has gone from being one of the most entertaining riders to watch, on and off the bike, to a bona fide contender for the top step this season. The Top Chief proved that last year with two breakthrough podium performances at home in Scotland and then again in Italy. Whenever the trails get tight and technical you can count on Joe to stay off the brakes and bend his bike through impossible gaps. If you want a new definition of the term “flow”, just check out his Dudes of Hazzard films for a thorough lesson in Scottish cornering charm.

Ines Thoma

Ines Thoma

As Germany’s fastest female, Ines takes consistency to the next level with top-10 performances whatever terrain she’s challenged with. Her 2014 season was crowned by victories in the German National Championships as well as the gruelling Trans Provence stage race. Hailing from the mountains in South Germany, Ines always tackles steep, rough and rowdy tracks with a smile on her face. This year her consistency will be relied upon for the Team Rankings as she looks to step up to the EWS podium.

Ludo May

Ludo May

Ludo has built a reputation as one of the nicest guys on the scene, but behind the polite and smiling demeanour is a wild side waiting to be cut loose. Bursting with creativity both in his racing style and his homemade haircuts, when Ludo is not on the race track he’s back home in Switzerland filming remarkable scenes for his web series, “Ludo et son Vélo”. Ever thought of using fireworks to light up the trails at night, anyone? Although a broken collarbone ruled Ludo out of EWS Round 1 in New Zealand, he’ll be back fighting in CFET colours for the rest of the season.

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