Hailing from the hills of West Malvern, England, Hattie Harnden is one of the most versatile cyclists in the world. In 2021 she was the youngest rider ever to win an elite Enduro World Series event, and in 2022 and 2023 she finished No. 3 overall on the circuit. In 2021, she won a U23 British cross country national championship to go with two junior XC and two junior cyclocross titles. In 2023, she added a *fourth* World Cup discipline to her resumé, taking on three elite downhill World Cup races, which included a fifth place finish in Mont-Sainte-Anne to close the season. Hattie is a product of T-Mo Racing, where she learned under the tutelage of the great Tracy Moseley. The influence shows. Hattie's come up has been extraordinary to watch!

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What hooked you to dig into moutain biking?

I tried it with a couple friends and loved it. Then my local cycling club, Malvern Cycle Sport, kept encouraging me to ride. Now, I get to go back and help teach kids at the club during the summer.

How is it to have Tracy Moseley as a mentor?

We get on really well and she has helped me in so many ways. I admire her composed and smooth riding style.

What do you like to do when you're not on a bike?

I spend a lot of time cooking. One of my favorite meals to cook for my parents and brothers is a chicken, leek, and ham pie, and I like to put a healthier twist on the recipe.