French phenom Isabeau Courdurier is a first year pro under the Bluegrass banner. She has consistently made podium
appearances in every Enduro World Series event she’s participated in.
In her early twenties, she’s already scary good, and only going to get better and more confident in her skills as
she continues to compete.
“Enduro to me is one of the most challenging disciplines of mountain biking…”
“It’s really different for me because it’s the first year I’m a pro mountain biker. I get the support and everything I needed to really perform…”
“I know I lack of confidence, I still don’t believe I can win one of these races, but step after step have helped me get to this point, and I know one day I will do it”.
“…she started to ride a bike from the age of 6 when her brother commenced to attend to some minor races and never stopped.
We have been following her everywhere, even when she started to race enduro, bringing her to every race.
I am very happy that she has found a team good for her because she really committed and she always fighted tooth and nails
I am very proud of her ” (Isa’s mom)