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Alizés Lassus

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Downhill

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Marseille, France

Hometown

2024

With us since

Alizés Lassus is an 18-year-old mountain biker living in Marseille, France. She started riding thanks to her father in BMX at the age of 4, continuing with cross country at 6. She took a break between the ages of 10 and 13 before returning to mountain biking through enduro, which led her to win the French Enduro Mountain Biking Championship in 2022!

Alizés has a competitive spirit and it shows in everything she does. She’s a big fan of the atmosphere at races, which motivates her to keep coming back for more, whether it's the team vibe or being with friends on the trails. After serious concussion in 2023, Alizes is more fired up than ever to get back to World Cup racing.

Alizés will be the most downhill-oriented rider on the team, as it will be her main discipline the season, participating in all the MTB World Series DHI events.

Long term, Alizés wants to combine her two favorite disciplines, downhill and enduro, to achieve top 5 rankings globally in both disciplines.

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