Cross is here

Big block of racing to start off the cx season and almost even bigger results! First UCI win, World Cup top 10’s… it’s been a lot, I can hardly believe it.

Check, MSA World Champs

2019 Mountain Bike World Championships, Mont Sainte Anne, Canada – 32nd. Third time to MSA and I finally get to put a check-mark beside it. Being able to cap this season just shy of the top 30 (again), be clean and calm on all the major features, and ride away knowing next time I’ll be…

Last learnings from Europe

Learning how to manage expectations and energy takes time and practice. Walking away from my first season racing the World Cup with more than I could possibly have hoped for.

Andorra and Les Gets World Cups

Andorra World Cup – 32nd Les Gets World Cup – 45th More notes to follow! Second trip to Europe this season for two more World Cup races. It was a real privilege and opportunity to attend with the National Team this time around. Having the consistent staff support and presence of teammates alleviated a lot…

Albstadt and Nove Mesto World Cups

31st in my first two European World Cups. All you can really ask for from the back row (plates #107 and #102) is to not have any bad luck – stay out of trouble, and to show up ready to give your best effort – keep chasing. Notes to come.  

Namur and Zolder World Cups

First bike trip abroad and not wasting any time diving straight in to the two biggest cyclocross World Cup’s on the circuit. Great racing, crazy fans, awesome team.

Mont Sainte Anne World Cup

Sometimes you’re up, sometimes you’re down.

Kentville was my last “race-race” of the season. All I wanted from the Mont-Sainte-Anne World Cup this year was to come to terms with the course that brought my run-away debut season to a halt last summer.