Tracy Moseley

Tracy Moseley

Tracy Moseley was given her first bike for Christmas at the age of four and competed in her first cross country race at 13 on her family’s farm in Worcestershire. She moved into downhill a year later, securing her first downhill victory at the Malvern Dual Descender, and went on to dominate the downhill scene for the next two decades, winning seven national downhill championships, the World Cup series in 2006 and 2011, and the 2010 World Downhill Championships.

In 2012, she joined many of the world’s best downhillers in making the switch to the new and increasingly popular enduro discipline. Racing under her own brand, T-Mo Racing, she continued to sweep all before her, winning a number of Super Enduros, Gravity Enduros and Sprint Eliminators in the UK and France, and finishing the year as UK Gravity Enduro champion.

In 2013, she was one of the favourites in the inaugural Enduro World Series (EWS), and she won the first four races in the competition, before breaking the sequence with a second place at Crankworx Whistler. She went on to finish second in Val D’Isere and then win the final race of the series in Finale Ligure, to take the overall title in commanding fashion.

In February 2014, it was announced that she would be joining the new Trek Factory Enduro Team for the upcoming season, concentrating exclusively on defending her EWS title.

 

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