Rider Diary: Tracy Moseley
Interview with Tracy Moseley - September 2009
Britain's most established female downhiller, Tracy Moseley has been racing at the highest level for 15 years and is one of the only gravity racers to have won a round of both the downhill and fourcross World Cup, alongside multiple national titles and the prestigeous UCI Downhill Mountain Bike World Cup in 2006. With only the rainbow stripes elluding the Malvern-based rider, 2010 and Mont St. Anne would be an apt counterpoint to Steve Peat's astonishing World Championship title in 2009. Read Tracy's feature-length interview here, before catching the latest in her rider diary.
"I achieved everything I set out to"
Downhill World Cup
Getting into the leader's jersey
XC and DH World Cups
Africa, Dalby and Fort William
The Cape Epic Cometh
Tracy's biggest ever challenge
New year, new challenges
Cape Epic, World title defence
Off Season With A Twist
Surprises galore for the new World Champ
Great American Adventure Pt.2
Winding up the Worlds celebrations
Great American Adventure Pt. 1
Going wild in the west
World Cup Finals, World Champs
All about the historic race for the rainbow
World Cups and the Mega make up this month...
Racking up the miles and getting wet and wild on the World Cup
XC Racing and World Cupping
The season-proper gets underway...
Mission Sunshine; accomplished!
The great American roadtrip.
Desperately seeking sunshine
The rain in Spain is a right old pain!
Coaching, dressing up and downhilling
The key ingredients to a good February.
Life In The Snow
Training through the British winter.
Three Months In The Making...
From Schladming to the off-season.