Rémi broke onto the international DH scene in 2013 when he stormed to a surprise World Cup victory in the pro men's field at Vallnord in Andorra. The French rider who favors tracks that are steep, technical and physically demanding. In the years since that first big win, Rémi has earned a reputation for pushing limits with creative lines. He is a consistent contender in the races that count, with a number of World Cup podiums over the past few years. In the 2020 race season, shortened due to the global pandemic, Rémi was on top of his game, scoring a second-place finish at a World Cup in Slovenia and taking the bronze medal in the Elite Men's DH race at the World Championships in Austria.

TeamGiant Factory Off-Road Team
NationalityFrance
Date of BirthApril 23, 1990
HometownSaint Dié Des Vosges, France
DisciplinesDH, Enduro
Top results

2020: Bronze medal, Elite Men's DH World Championship;  2nd place, Maribor (Slovenia) World Cup

2018: 4th place, La Bresse (France) World Cup

2017: 5th place, Fort William (Scotland) World Cup

2016: 4th place, Lenzeireide (Switzerland) World Cup

2015: 3rd place, Leogang (Austria) World Cup

2013: 1st place, Vallnord (Andorra) World Cup

2021 goal

To consistently finish in the top-10 and finish top-5 overall in the World Cup. And to win the world championship title

Career goalTo win the world championship, the overall World Cup, and to have fun.
Favorite raceVal di Sole World Cup in Italy
First bikeDecathlon
Favorite bikeGlory Advanced
Favorite quote"A winner is a dreamer who never gives up." - Nelson Mandela
Favorite foodCouscous, sushi, burgers
Favorite drinkWater
Other interestsSkiing, motocross/enduro, mountain lover
If I wasn't a pro cyclist

I’d be a ski and mountain bike instructor