EWS-E kicks off in Zermatt

Trek holds down podium at inaugural E-Bike EWS

The first ever e-bike Enduro World Series round was held this weekend, with Tracy Moseley and World Champion Nathalie Schneitter taking a second and third place finish. The venue was beautiful Zermatt, Switzerland, showing off expansive views for the first ever EWS-E race.

Tracy gets to work in Zermatt

A podium finish for Nathalie and Tracy

For Tracy Moseley, it was a pleasure to be part of the first ever event.

“Was great to be a part of history at the first ever E bike EWS and also really fun for me to be back racing,” said Tracy. “I didn’t have the speed to win today but was nice to be back on an EWS podium. I  learnt a lot about e-bike racing and was able to help feedback to the organisation and look forward to seeing the sport grow.”

Hattie denies Tracy a high five before the race.

Nathalie takes in the views

“It’s exciting times for E-Bike-Racing and it’s fun to be part when history is written,” said Nathalie Schneitter. “I was lucky to get the chance to complete the training with T-Mo and learn from the best. Enduro is not where my roots are, but the learning curve is steep. The wild descents put me out of my comfort-zone most of the day, but I managed to show my strength in the pedaling sections. I tried to manage my energy well throughout the day. This strategy worked out well and resulted for me in an unexpected spot on the podium. I’m stoked!”

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