BIO

Hometown : Mont-Tremblant

Height : 6ft​

​Favourite food : Maple Syrup

Race Bike : Rocky Mountain Element

​Favourite book : North To The Night by Alvah Simon

Idols : My parents

​Favourite animal : Dog

​Favourite place to ride : Mont-Tremblant, Squamish, Victoria


​Member of Rocky Mountain Factory team, Quebec team and of the Cycling Canada mtb NextGen program.


                               




 




 

​I discovered my passion for riding bike in British Colombia where I lived with my family for a few years. It all started with seeing what was around the next bend and what lay on the other side of the following hill. I started racing locally in Whistler, BC when I was 16 years old. I fell in love with cross-country racing and the way it brings together all aspects of cycling. I also started to appreciate how I could push my body and my mind, learning to love the sensations of pushing the limits. At the end of my first season in Whistler my family and I returned to my hometown of Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. Since then I have made my home in both Mont-Tremblant and Victoria.  Cycling teaches me lessons  everyday and I have made the closest of friends through the sport. I love the race atmosphere and being part of the entire event.

I love giving back to the sport that has given me so much. I strive to help the youth get into the sport and have founded and now manage an annual bike camp called : “TRAIL TRYBE'' ( https://www.trailtrybe.com/) Riding with those kids always brings me back to my roots and reminds me why we all ride bikes in the first place.

I am a student of Economics at the University of Victoria. During the winter I train with Cycling Canada NextGen team based out of Victoria BC. In the summer  I am based out of Mont-Tremblant, Quebec. It is one of the greatest places to live and ride. I enjoy trail running, hiking, backcountry skiing, cross-country skiing and getting lost in the mountains. (Which literally happens from time to time) .





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