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Discover the skills of our riders

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Justine Henri

Originating from the Pyrenees in France. Riding from the age of 8, she began her career on road events and participated in her first French Championship in 2017 at Morzine. Her first enduro race at 15 was a revelation. It has since been her favorite discipline. She continued with the French national enduro circuit and won the overall French cups in 2020 in Junior. 2021 marked her first season in the major league with the Enduro World Series.

Her first U21 podium at La Thuile followed by a second at Tweed Valley in Scotland in 2022, securing a beautiful 3rd place. At 20, she is now set to join the Elite category and aim for World Cup participations in both EDR-E and EDR categories, with a top 5 goal in ebike. Ride to have fun!!!

Her first U21 podium at La Thuile followed by a second at Tweed Valley in Scotland in 2022, securing a beautiful 3rd place. At 20, she is now set to join the Elite category and aim for World Cup participations in both EDR-E and EDR categories, with a top 5 goal in ebike. Ride to have fun!!!


Lily Boucher

Born in Squamish, British Columbia, Lily is fortunate to be surrounded by some of the world’s fastest riders in her region. Lily recalls discovering her passion for mountain biking at the age of 14, after spending a day in the Whistler bike park. Lily and her classmates visited the Rocky Mountain research and development center in North Vancouver.

After bringing home a poster of Rémi Gauvin, she became a fan of the brand. In her first season in the EWS for under 21s, Lily achieved two podiums and secured top 5 positions six times.

Lily a pu visiter avec ses camarades de classe le centre de recherche et de développement Rocky Mountain à North Vancouver. Après avoir ramené à la maison une affiche de Rémi Gauvin, elle est devenue une fan de la marque. Lors de sa première saison en EWS pour les moins de 21 ans, Lily est montée deux fois sur le podium et a obtenu six fois une place dans le top 5.


Alizes Lassus

Alizés Lassus is an 18-year-old MTB rider living in Marseille. She started biking thanks to her father on a BMX from the age of 4, continuing with cross-country from 6 years old. A break between 10 and 13 years before returning to MTB through enduro, becoming the French MTB enduro Champion in 2022! After a season marked by a severe concussion in 2023, Alizée aims to return to performance and the unique atmosphere of the world cups in 2024.

Alizés will be the team’s most downhill-oriented rider as this will be her main discipline, participating in all the MTB World Series DHI rounds. In the long term, Alizée hopes to combine her two favorite disciplines, downhill and enduro, with the goal of achieving top 5 world rankings in both disciplines in the future.


Levy Batista

Born in Nancy in the east of France, Levy developed a passion for extreme sports from an early age. A motocross rider since he was 3, he traveled Europe with his parents to compete against the world’s best riders. French National MX1 Champion in 2014 and 14th in the MX3 world championship in 2012, Levy decided to end his motocross career at the end of 2015, while pursuing a PhD in signal processing, and discover a new discipline, MTB Enduro.

After two learning seasons, Levy finished second in the French enduro MTB cup in 2018 riding a Rocky Mountain Slayer. Then he switched to eBike in 2020, achieving several top 10s in the world cup and winning two French eBike cups. Now a father of a 4-year-old girl, Levy is determined to continue his performance quest in 2024.


Remi Gauvin

Originally from Vancouver Island, he started his professional career in downhill, achieving significant success: podiums at the Canada Cup and Crankworx, national champion title, and excellent results at the World Cup.

His years of intense downhill facilitated his transition to the Enduro World Series. Often among the top 10 in the general classification, he secured several podiums. In 2019, he returned to his first love, downhill, and finished 42nd at the World Cup in Les Gets. Regardless of his bike, Remi always finds the right balance between power and efficiency.


Emmett Hancock

A native of Kelowna, British Columbia, Emmett’s career was influenced by the diverse climate of the Okanagan, and his taste for downhill biking sparked this passion for racing. After several years on the downhill circuit, he decided that the enduro discipline better suited his style and made the switch in 2021.

Emmett repeatedly ranked in the top 10 and reached the podium of the Enduro World Series in the under 21 category. He finished the season in a spectacular 3rd place in the general classification. You might have also seen him as one of the contestants on the second season of the Pink bike Academy.


Luca Fourcade

21 years old, originally from the Aquitaine region, now settled in Occitania. Luca started biking at 10 years old with TRJV and trial (French team). He has been immersed in competition from a young age but decided to fully dedicate himself to enduro since 2020.

Luca is eager to start the new season and continue progressing, exploring new disciplines with E-enduro and DH, and achieving the best possible results! His goal is to quickly integrate the global Top 10 and continue enjoying riding a bike with big wheels.


Enzo Perez

He has loved biking since his earliest childhood, and it was watching his father in DH races that ignited his passion. At the age of 12, he participated in his first race. Thanks to his bike club, AMSL Fréjus VTT, the pleasure and desire to ride were cultivated. In 2022, he won the first three French enduro cups in junior, and finished 6th in the enduro world cup at Canazei and in 2023. It’s in the Pyrenees that he achieved his best world cup position, finishing 5th in U21.

This year, his goal is to make a podium at Loudenvielle and enter the top 5 in all rounds. Very happy and «excited» to join the Rocky Mountain team as he loves this brand and his machine fits him perfectly. He has been riding with this brand for three years, starting with Tribe sport group, then Tribe Pyrénées gravity. Having now the opportunity to ride for the official team is another dream come true.