Justine Henry


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Enduro / E-Enduro


Loudenvielle, France



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Justine Henry is originally from the Pyrenees in France.

She started cycling by following in her father's footsteps within his road club at the age of 8. She began her racing career in road events.

Moving to the mountains, she wanted to take up mountain biking and quickly started competing in regional events dedicated to young mountain bikers. She was fortunate enough to participate in her first French Championship in 2017 in Morzine.

With the creation of the Pyrenees Bike Festival in 2018, she raced in her first enduro race at the age of 15. It was love at first race. Enduro became her favorite discipline. She subsequently participated in the French national enduro circuit and won the overall standings of the 2020 French Cups in the Junior category.

2021 was her first year competing on a global scale in the Enduro World Series. Her first U21 podium was in La Thuile then a second in Tweed Valley, followed by Scotland in 2022, with a 3rd place.

At the age of 20, she will now enter the Elite category. Her aim is to compete in both EDR-E and EDR World Cups, with the goal of a top 5 in the ebike category. ‚ÄúRide to have fun!!! ūü§ė‚ÄĚ is her moto.

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