Tracy Moseley; member of Trek Factory Enduro Team and reigning EWS World Champ popped in to say hello yesterday! With her usual racing regime coming to a slow halt, she has a little free time to have a good old chin wag with old friends, in-between what looks like a UK business trip/ tour, so it wasn't an average Wednesday in the office!
The ultimate sports woman in MTB and skilled across all bike disciplines, is currently in Scotland hosting Q&A sessions about her racing history and advising on any queries listeners may have - her next stop this week is Inverness and a nice Friday finish in DMBiS.
Although, she doesn't plan to defend her EWS title this year - you can't go cold turkey! With a couple of rounds and races up her sleeve next year to keep away the cobwebs. She even squeezed in a cheeky ride today! Lucky enough to be the first rider to complete the new black rated addition trail 'Jack's Trail' at Callendar Estate - here's what she had to say 'Having planned to visit TCJ in Falkirk it was awesome to fins out there were local trails right on their doorstep ... Just super fun, flowy trails where you could carry speed and get a great workout in just a short amount of time - and in a small area, so doing an extra loop and trying out a different descent each time was great fun! I also had the honour of testing the new black gap jump line and loved it! Will definitely be back up to stretch my legs and break up a long journey North, next time I'm up this way!!'
The new trail has been built by Bespoke Community Development Company who are in charge of maintenance and development of Callendar Estate trails. The black rated trail called 'Jack's Track' - specifically built for Muckmeddens Falkirk Funduro event next weekend, got it's name after discovering a mysterious gravestone with the name Jack on it! It features two large jumps and a large drop-off.
Tracy's passion of women's and children's riding development is keeping her busy and she wishes to host her own events in the future.