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GHOST Racing Riot Enduro Team

More than just Enduro: RIOT!


The GHOST Factory Racing RIOT Team consists of a mix of experienced bikers and young talent, all of whom will head to the starting line on the new, pure-bred PathRIOT Enduro race bike. GHOST has always been a major supporter of racing sports, and has been continuously expanding its commitment. The new team will demonstrate the performance of GHOST bikes in the gravity discipline and at the same time function as an extension of the R&D department. Michal Prokop spearheads the newly created GHOST Factory Racing RIOT Team. The Czech rider is known 

as a living 4X legend, with three World Champion titles and two overall World Cup victories. Michal successfully switched to Enduro and quickly secured the overall victory in the renowned SSES race series in 2015. Two years ago, while looking for new challenges, he decided to redirect his focus to the fresh and booming Enduro discipline.

Nevertheless, he still sees himself as a newcomer in this discipline. He is also acutely aware that his name precedes him, and many riders are very keen on beating the multiple World Champion. 

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News & Results

Keep your eyes wide open: victory at a slightly different Enduro race

Last weekend, “Blinduro” took place at the Czech home of GHOST Racing RIOT team’s Michal Prokop.

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GHOST Factory Racing finish in second and fourth place at Swiss Epic

Great team experience for CrossCountry and Enduro team in Switzerland 

Last week, Lisi Osl and Anne Terpstra, together with GHOST Factory Racing RIOT teammates Michal Prokop and Tobi Müller, took on a new challenge. Even though it takes place relatively late in the season, they rode the Swiss Epic XCO women’s course, which is 360 km long and...

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