Top Irish enduro rider Dan Wolfe has teamed up with Polygon Bikes ahead of the upcoming 2019 Enduro World Series.
After a solid few years with Transition, Wolfe has switched manufacturers to Polygon Bikes for this year and beyond.
The move will see the Dubliner contest the full eight-round Enduro World Series, which kicks off next month in New Zealand.
“I’m stoked to be riding for Polygon Bikes for the next few years,” wrote Dan on Instagram. “I’ve dreamed about this as a kid, becoming a professional with a progressive brand. I couldn’t be happier.”
Alongside the EWS, Wolfe will also race the Sea Otter Classic at Laguna Seca in the USA.
Irish fans of Dan will also be glad to know that we’ll see him at home in both enduro and downhill, where his schedule permits.
“I will be racing the entire Enduro World Series along with the Sea Otter Classic and National DH and Enduro races when I’m at home,” he continued. “I’m also looking forward to working on video projects throughout the year.”
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“We have a lot of exciting things in the works this year and I can’t wait to get started,” finished Dan. “Massive thanks to all the brands new and old that are backing me.”
Along with Polygon Bikes, Dan receives additional support from FSA, WTB, MRP Bike, 9point8ca, Orange Sealed, Cush Core, Melon Optics, Alpinestars, Giro, ZyroFisher, HandUp Gloves and The Bike Rack Dublin.
The opening round of the 2019 Enduro World Series begins in 30 days time in Rotura, New Zealand on March 24th.
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