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Australian downhill mountain biker, Tracey Hannah, grew up riding bikes. At the age of four she competed in her first BMX competition and by 14 she was racing elite downhill MTB events. In 2017, she narrowly missed out on realising her dream to become Downhill World Champion when a spill in Cairns knocked her unconscious. Incredibly, she still took third place.
Here, the Polygon UR team rider chats about her love of speed, crashing in Cairns, and how a childhood spent on bikes kick-started her love of mountain biking.