Video: Jack Moir Looks Back on his 2021 Season

Nov 8, 2021
by Canyon  


This year's EWS season was wild from start to finish, with delays to the start of the season due to covid, then when things finally got underway it was all systems go with a jam packed summer of racing. And for Jack Moir, it was a long time on the road with no opportunity to head home between events,

But coming into his second season racing EWS, it was clear right from the gun that Jack was up to speed. And, after bouncing back to win in Finale following his injured shoulder at the race in Crans Montana, there seemingly was nothing that was going to slow him down.

With such an eventful season in the books, we caught up with Jack at the end of the season to find out from him how it went..

Thanks to the following for making this video possible with their footage:

Enduro World Series
Jacob Gibbins
Creative Concept TV
Matt Staggs Visuals
JP Photography
Moi Moi TV

Two important steps of recovery going on here

Tape on, and back up to speed

Rim refurb

Season done.



Featuring: Jack Moir
Photography by: Boris Beyer
Supported by: Canyon Bicycles




19 Comments

  • 23 0
 Special thanks to Tara L and her magic tape for keeping Kev's arm on until the end of the season.
  • 1 0
 Correct!!!
  • 13 0
 Congratulation! one of my favorite riders. That slow motion of Rude showering himself with champagne was pretty funny.
  • 11 0
 That wheel repair tho ... legend!
  • 7 0
 Way to go Australia for having the trails and riders to take home more mens EWS Overall Champs then any other nation! Woop woop! Keep up the good work Kev!
  • 13 0
 The trails? Lol.
  • 10 1
 @mrtoodles: Come ride Awaba and you'll see that the local trails have definitely shaped Jack's riding.
And looking at the stages in this year's EWS, Aus is the perfect training ground. If you can't find janky rocky trails here you aren't looking very hard.
  • 9 2
 I think you will get a shock if you saw our "trails" lol, maybe that's why we breed champions, just good old fashioned rough AF bush tracks.

Per capita, we are punching above our weight as a nation for population vs titles, I think it's a combination of a first world nation with a population that all live within ~20 mins of somewhere to ride mostly. There is also a certain determination or "grit" that us Aussies/NZ cousins have from our ancestors. (not the convict ones)

Well done to Jack, he showed amazing determination and sportsmanship for the whole season. He is a true GC!
  • 2 0
 @Brasher:Our more experienced pro's help to nurture and develop the younger rider's. Mick Hannah, Sam Hill, Jared Graves, Troy Brosnan and Connor Fearon are all great ambassadors for the sport. I think all year round good riding conditions also help quite a bit.
  • 5 0
 I had a feeling he was going to be on it. He just seemed to be so balanced in his training, riding, and overall mental approach. The dude produced so much content in the off season, too, and looked like he was having so much fun…while also having amazing style and skill. Made me want to ride whenever possible and got me looking at those Canyons (but I have a garage full of Yetis and can’t justify swapping…start crying for me now…but got me looking!). Good stuff. Love the back story. Thanks for sharing.
  • 6 0
 Can’t wait for Jack to sign my rock!
  • 3 0
 Well deserved Kev!!! And keep that smile and good mood!
  • 1 0
 Good stuff to see Kev and Rick celebrating the sports at the end of the season. Those scenes do it proper justice. Great Job Kev
  • 4 1
 KING MOIR
  • 2 1
 DUSTY SHARK !!! way to go champ
  • 2 0
 a warrior!
  • 1 0
 Awesome!

What size and brand are those rotors?
  • 1 0
 Jacks a great champion.
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