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Tracey Moseley

With DH world champ, three-time Enduro World series winner and with many more national and European titles to her name, Tracy Moseley is a legend of mountain biking.

 

Tracy has recently retired from full-time competition but still manages to nail every race she enters. You can also see her mentoring younger athletes and occasionally in the business end of a camera.
 

Tell us a little bit about yourself

A 39 years old English lady, new mum and lover of all things Bikes!!
I grew up on a farm and spent hours playing on mountain bikes with my older brother Ed… soon we found ourselves at some local mountain bike races and the rest they say is history! I’ve been racing downhill mountain biking since 2000 professionally, becoming world champion in 2010, I then retired from DH and took up Enduro where I became World Champion in 2013, 14 and 15. I am now an ambassador for my sponsor and continue to coach, mentor and hope to inspire a new generation of mountain bikers.
 

Why do you love mountain biking?

I think it’s the freedom biking gives you and the amazing feeling of travelling a distance all down to your own leg power and strength. It’s such a peaceful and natural way to observe the outdoors and at the same time push your skills and limits.

The coolest places you have biked?

I have been so lucky to travel to so many places and nearly always it’s amazing mountainous locations. Some of my favorites have been riding down an extinct volcano in Cabo Verde Islands, riding at midnight in daylight in the Finnish artic circle and any of the endless alpine single-track trails in the Swiss Alps!
 

What are you engaged about?

I am busy being a mum to little Tony my son, and also helping mentor some local young rides with my T-MO racing team. I also help out a lot with my local cycling club and also help coach some of British Cycling’s cross-country team athletes.
 

What are your plans for the time to come?

I hope to continue to enjoy family life, adventures and good times with my bike and great friends.