They're the three best friends that anybody ever had... call it a wolfpack. The Three Musketeers perhaps, that's a French one. The squad name may still be undecided, but no matter, this is a trio of true friends dominating the bike racing scene at the highest level. Since Aaron Gwin took the first round of 2018 in Losinj, only Martin Maes has interrupted the winning spree of these exceptional fellow countrymen.
Sportsmanship like this is rare to see. Far from being the usual 'frenemies' we are accustomed to in sporting circles in the public eye, Loic Bruni, Loris Vergier and Amaury Pierron seem to take genuine pleasure in each other's success; true friends sharing the highs and lows of performing together between the tape. With all three riders in the top 5 of the World Cup overall, and now in the French motherland for Round 5, the Wolfpack are forced to turn the competition level of the brotherhood up a notch higher. Pinkbike now delves in the dynamics of the bond to find out its origins, explores its dynamics and tries to find out 'where to' next.
- Loris Vergier-
- Loic Bruni -
- Amaury Pierron -