Tracy is a racer who has won every title worth winning in Downhill. Despite that, she’s not slowed down a bit and has now turned her attention to Enduro, XC Eliminator and even Cross Country racing.
Tracy’s career goes back 20 years, winning her first race (Malvern Dual Descender) in 1993 and then working her way up through the ranks to take titles like the Junior UK Downhill Series and National Champion, a silver Junior World’s medal and then on to a professional career where she won just about everything going: World Cups, National Series, World Cup Series and, in 2010 the World Champion’s stripes.
Far from retiring, Tracy has re-invented herself as a cross country and downhill enduro racer and has started racing (and often winning) Super Enduros, Gravity Enduros, Sprint Eliminators and everything going.
What the UK MTB Hall of Fame means to me:
I feel really honoured to have been included in the UK MTB Hall of Fame. Being part of such a select few of the sports greatest names is quite humbling. My career in the sport has been amazing and something that I would never have imagined in all of my dreams! To still be competing at the highest level after close to 20yrs and to have achieved my biggest goal of becoming World Downhill Champion along the way is incredible.
Being nominated for the UK MTB Hall of Fame just tops it all off! Thanks to everyone for all the support they have given me in my career and I hope that I will be able to continue my involvement in the sport beyond my racing years and be part of seeing the sport I love grow.