Enduro Extreme Magazine issue 18 summary: As ever we’ve been working flat out to give you the best insights into the world of enduro from the past eight weeks. And we’ve covered the planet, from our base in the UK to France, to Portugal, to Chile, to Argentina, to New Zealand. But also to Nantmawr Quarry and Tong Hall. It’s been hectic. So here’s a quick run down of what’s made it into the pages: Graham Jarvis – a real decent interview, sat down across a dining table, digging into the core stuff that makes Graham tick. Special pics, too Extreme 1 – we go to the Tough One and to Eddy’s Xtreme to see how the best extreme riders in the world tackle the impossible Extreme 2 – then we sit down with the best and figure out ways you can do it too! KTM 350XC-F – holy moly, KTM’s best enduro might not be an enduro model at all! 1200cc across Patagonia – we detach our brains and for some daft reason hare across South American dirt trails at 160km/h. But it’s not a race… The IT crowd – We look back at Yamaha’s seminal enduro models from the 1970s and 80s AJP – the Portuguese trail bike brand steps up to water-cooling and fuel injection (are these now racers?) Checkpoint – our favourite part of the magazine, a whole 12 pages dedicated to dealing with the issues that you the everyday amateur rider has to deal with All that and more. And the best, most exciting images we can muster. It’s a magazine that’s busting with energy, enthusiasm but also measured by experience and consideration. If you love enduro there is no better magazine for you!