“I felt like I was flying on the rocks.” Mountain biker Loïc Bruni wins the first round of the Downhill World Cup in Scotland

“I felt like I was flying on the rocks.” Mountain biker Loïc Bruni wins the first round of the Downhill World Cup in Scotland
“I felt like I was flying on the rocks.” Mountain biker Loïc Bruni wins the first round of the Downhill World Cup in Scotland

This is the first time that Loïc Bruni has succeeded in taming Fort William, a legendary mountain biking site. The Cagnois won the first round of the Downhill World Cup there on Sunday.

This Sunday, May 5, is to be marked with a milestone in the already sparkling career of Loïc Bruni. At 30 years old, the mountain biker from Cagnes-sur-Mer (Alpes-Maritimes) managed to win for the first time on the descent from Fort William in Scotland, during the first round of the 2024 World Cup.

Review the descent:

Loïc Bruni won in front of the Australian Troy Brosnan And the Canadian Finn Iles. A victory that he particularly appreciated. “I felt like I was flying over the rocks with my bike”he commented upon arrival.

In October 2023, Loïc Bruni won his third downhill mountain bike world cup in Canada.

The French Riviera is also a five-time world champion in the discipline. Suffice to say that he already had nothing more to prove on the downhill slopes. The fact remains that this Scottish victory, in addition to personal pleasure, bodes well for the season. Let it be said, in 2024, Loïc Bruni is more than ever at the top of his art.

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