HOMETOWNQuébec city, QC
WITH US SINCE2010
Bagging some top results with multiple podiums and stage wins, Andréane has now established herself as a top contender at the highest level of racing on the Enduro World Series.
Andréane Lanthier Nadeau, or ALN for short, was shaped from a young age by years of cross-country racing while growing up in Québec. She raced cross-country on the international circuit aboard her Rocky Mountain Vertex as a junior, U23, and Elite. Moving out west to initially pursue her Olympic dream, she found herself reminded of the thrill that bikes can bring. BC is a place where she renewed with how much fun she has on her bike, and quickly graduated to trails that required a bit more than a Vertex. This transition led her to step away from XC and start racing Enduro.
After borrowing ex-teammate Jesse Melamed's Altitude and race jersey for her first ever EWS in Whistler in 2015, and finishing her BSc. in Psychology at Uvic, her professional career really started to shape up.
ALN plans on continuing to work hard in order to remain at the sharp edge of racing while sharing her passion for bikes with younger riders to inspire them to dream big.
What ALN rides
We can't believe it's already over, the season flew by as the Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team wrap things up in Châtel. Join the gang as they experiment with shocks, find their flow in the bike park and attempt to truly master the cube.
The Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team heads back to Europe, with one member short as Lily stays home to recover from a knee injury. This time, it's the Pyrenees mountain ranges, fresh kits and a side of pancakes on the menu.
The Rocky Mountain Race Face Enduro Team trades Austria in for Italy as they hit the final race in this mega European race block in Canazei.