Andréane Lanthier Nadeau moving on from Rocky Mountain RaceFace


Andréane Lanthier Nadeau moving on from Rocky Mountain RaceFace

3 months ago

Canada’s Andréane Lanthier Nadeau has announced that she will not race for Rocky Mountain in 2024. She has competed, first in Cross-country and latterly in Enduro, aboard bikes from the storied North Shore brand. The Enduro rider is a former world number three and podium regular.

Her formative years on a race bike were spent on the Endurance side of the sport but 2015’s shift to the Gravity at the Enduro World Series saw her join the Urge Rally team alongside Isabeau Courdurier on board Rocky’s.

The high points really came as part of the Rocky Mountain RaceFace squad alongside Jesse Melamed and Remi Gauvin with 2019 proffering four podium appearances. She very nearly tasted victory at her home round in Whistler in 2022 only for a mechanical to intervene and relegate her to fifth.

ALN has yet to announce who she will be racing for in 2024 whilst a statement from Rocky Mountain stressed that remain committed to racing and that they will release more details of their plans in the coming weeks.

The opening round of the UCI Enduro World Cup will take place in Finale Outdoor Region 10-12 May.

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