Morgane Charre has been announced as the latest signing for the Pivot Factory Racing team.
Morgane raced her first full EWS series last year and stormed to second in the first round in Rotorua. She only dropped out of the top 10 once all year and finished fourth in the overall. Charre is also a prolific downhill racer having been crowned World Champion in Leogang in 2012 and earned 9 World Cup podiums. She will be mainly focussing on enduro racing for Pivot but will apparently be looking to mix up her season with some downhill and Crankworx events like most of the riders on this adaptable team.
The rest of the team will be staying the same with Eddie Masters confirmed for another 3 years despite his Instagram trolling and Bernard returning to pedaling after his #prAy1
campaign. Read the full team release below.
Press Release: Pivot Factory Racing
We are over the moon to announce that the PFR family is growing by one. Official for 2020, we have signed a 2019 EWS Trophy of Nations Winner – Morgane Charre.
Morgane is one of the most naturally talented riders on a bike. The French racer stormed onto the downhill World Cup circuit in 2012, claiming the World Championship title in Leogang - on flat pedals. In addition to the rainbow stripes, she has landed on nine other World Cup podiums and finished 4th overall in the 2019 Enduro World Series. Morgane grew up riding BMX and dirt jumps, and it shows with her ability to move the bike around and always have a time whilst riding. With this, we can’t think of a better fit for our enduro team. Morgane will focus on the Enduro World Series, but throw in a few downhill and Crankworx events. We have signed Morgane for the next three seasons and I can't wait to see what she accomplishes aboard her new Pivots.
After much online unrest, we’d like to make official confirmation that Eddie Masters IS staying aboard Pivot Factory Racing - not only for 2020, but we snagged him for another three years. Kiwi, Matt Walker also returns to Pivot Factory Racing. Ed and Matt plan to race the Enduro World Series, DH World Cups, and Crankworx.
Long-time PFR member, Emilie Siegenthaler will continue with the team, focusing on downhill World Cups and Crankworx events once she fully rebounds from her recent ACL injury. Emi plans to make her comeback at either the Fort William or Andorra World Cup.
Anyone pondering what I have in store for 2020? Well with no surprise, I am back fulltime to riding my pedal bikes after my failed attempt at #prAy1. Like usual, you will see me at the World Cups, Crankworx and if all goes as planned, Redbull Hardline.
Let the good times roll, get out there and ride your bike!