Interview with Enduro World Series Punta Ala Winner, Tracy Moseley
<b>Tracy Moseley wins the first Enduro World Series event with a total time of 24-minutes, 21-seconds. Emmeline Ragot finished 2nd not quite a minute behind and Cecile Ravanel was 3rd.</b> -Sven Martin
<b>Tracy used only her bike to scout the course this weekend. The event rules about practice were vague and there was a lot of shuttling by fellow competitors. Tracy decided sportsmanship and staying true to enduro's roots were more important than a result. Her instincts paid off.</b> -Sven Martin
<b>Tracey won on the brand new Trek Remedy 29 bike and had only ridden the bike for about four days total before the race. Well done, Tracey!</b> -Sven Martin
Tracy Moseley proved that sportsmanship and integrity pay off with a victory at the first-ever Enduro World Series race in Punta Ala, Italy. While many competitors were shuttling trails and learning lines, Tracy decided to run the race true to enduro roots by practicing the entire race by bike alone. In the end, she took her new Trek Remedy 29 to a victory in the Pro Women's class. Her overall finish was 85th out of 380 total riders, men and women combined. There were an additional 78 riders that didn't even finish the race. Well done, Tracy!