Brook MacDonald, Laurie Greenland, Eleonora Farina and Thibault Laly are joined by three new talented riders

A much-anticipated team line-up

Brook MacDonald

The MS Mondraker Team rider squad is a dynamic mix of experience, courage, and young ambition. Elite World Cup winner and former Junior World Champion Brook MacDonald is set to race in the MS Mondraker Team after making a tenacious return to the racing circuit last year. Brook's crash on Mont-Sainte-Anne’s 'La Tarzan' rock drop in 2019 left him with a serious spinal injury, but "The Bulldog" eventually made an incredible comeback in 2020 with a short and promising season. All eyes will be on the Kiwi in 2021 as he picks up his Mondraker Summum once again.

Laurie Greenland

Longstanding team member from Great Britain, Laurie Greenland, had his 2020 World Cup cut short when he sustained an injury in Leogang. After successful surgery and recovery, Laurie has been busy preparing for a critical season as he hopes to repeat his victorious 2019 World Cup run in Val di Sole. It's a track that suits him well as he also placed 2nd there during the last World Championships in 2016.

Eleonora Farina

Italy's double national champion Eleonora Farina returns with fresh confidence this year after an impressive performance in 2020 that showed off her technical abilities. Wearing the Austria-based MS Mondraker jersey, she defended her national title with grit, securing two podium results at the first and second World Cup rounds in Maribor. 

Thibault Laly

On-form this season is Frenchman Thibault Laly, who placed 21st in the final round of the 2020 World Cup in Lousa. His eyes are firmly on establishing himself in the top 20 of the UCI World Cup and winning a hard-fought spot on the French World Championship team this year. 

Toby Meek, Yuki Kushima and Vincent Jouvenal

Three promising new riders join the MS Mondraker squad this year and all are itching to prove themselves in their new team colors.

Toby Meek has already spent some time with the MS Mondraker team, taking the opportunity to learn from fellow Kiwi Brook. Yuki Kushima from Japan is already an experienced rider, looking to test his limits in World Cup racing with the support of a factory team. Last but not least, young gun Vincent Jouvenal from France joins MS Mondraker. At only 14 years of age, he's showing the right attitude and skills to prepare for a career in MTB racing. He hopes to learn what it takes to become a successful World Cup racer under the guidance of his teammates and support staff. 

Lukas Haider, manager of the MS Mondraker Team, said:

“We've achieved some amazing results in the last decade, but we're not sated yet. Our team this year combines a depth of experience with raw talent, re-signing Brook, Laurie, Eleonora and Thibault as well as recruiting new faces. It definitely puts us in with a good chance of securing some great results in 2021. Everything we do really wouldn't be possible without the help of our partner in racing, so I wanted to say a huge thank you to them on behalf of the team for their continued support."

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