Tracy Moseley's Team Rider - Jayden

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Jayden is a young kid who I feel has been around in our local riding scene and club for years already and somehow is still only 15yrs old !

I would see him riding his unicycle, smashing the pump track on his bmx, fat biking and bike packing with his dad and racing national XC races !

I loved the variety of his skills and love for riding bikes in whatever form

At the end of 2017 I offered Jayden the change to ride an old enduro bike I had an introduced him to a few enduro races…..fast forward just 18 months and he is know becoming an accomplished little bike racer taking some impressive race results with him already…

 

Find our more about him in the Q&A below:

Who is Jayden Randell? I look upon myself as a normal teen, who looks forward to riding my bike.
How old are you? 15 years old. 14/07/2003
Where are you from? Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire.
How did you get into starting riding bikes? My Dad’s interest in mountainbiking is why I started riding bikes, with my first bike being a run bike at the age of 2.
What is it about Enduro racing that you like compared to all the other disciplines you have done? To be honest, I like all forms of racing bikes. But, the passion for riding and racing Enduro comes from the relaxed vibe within the Enduro community. What’s better than a weekend in the hills on the bikes with you mates and calling it a race!
How was 2018? 2018 was my first full season of enduro racing, with a couple of XC races added in. With 20+ races up and down the country, I sure did have a lot of fun on the bike.
2018 highlights? The stand out highlight from 2018 was Ard Rock. The weather couldn’t have been any better, the stages were like no other, and I had the best time chatting bikes and racing with my mates. A couple of other highlights have got to be taking the number 1 spot at the King & Queen Enduro in Scotland and a Mash-up late last year at Eastridge where everything seemed to click with my riding.
What did you learn in 2018? It was a huge learning curve throughout the year: from nutrition, what to wear, what to carry, bike prep, tyre choices and fitness.
How has 2019 been so far? 2019 has been good so far, I’ve really enjoyed riding and exploring a bit more in the Forest of Dean.
New bike? The new bike… wow. What a machine the Trek Slash is! I feel really grateful to be riding such a great piece of kit this year. I’m really feeling the difference on the bigger 29er wheels.
How was the first Enduro race? We were treated with some of that muddy stuff for the first Enduro of 2019. Had a blast riding some super fun and physical FoD stages. really pleased with an overall fastest time on stage one, taking the win in the Juniors and surprised with a fourth place overall.
How did it go?
XC race? My XC race at Cannock Chase sure was a shock to the system, but pleased with my 5th place.