After her first race victory at the Malvern Dual Descender in 1993, Brit Tracy Moseley worked her way up through the ranks to take titles including the Junior UK Downhill Series and the National Championships. As a professional, she went on to win just about every title worth winning, including seven national downhill championships, the World Cup series in 2006 and 2011, and the World Downhill Championships in 2010.
In 2012, she re-invented herself as a cross country and downhill enduro racer, winning a number of Super Enduros, Gravity Enduros and Sprint Eliminators in the UK and France. She won the Maxiavalanche Cervinia, and finished the year as UK Gravity Enduro champion, having won four of the five races in the series.
Born on 12th April 1979, and hailing from Malvern in Worcestershire, T-Mo was given her first bike for Christmas at the age of four. Motivated to start racing by her brother Ed who raced cross country, Tracy was given a bike by Halfords to compete in her first race, the Storridge Stonker XC, on her family’s farm in 1992. Her first foray into downhilling came a year later.
After so many years dominating the downhill scene, it is no surprise that Tracy is sweeping all before her in enduro. In 2013, she was the star of the inaugural Enduro World Series, winning the first four races in the series to establish an unassailable lead in the competition. She was also named UK Gravity Enduro Overall Champion for a second consecutive year.
- Age: 34
- Height: 1.63m
- Weight: 76kg
- Nationality: England