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Emilie Siegenthaler

World Cup DH and Crankworx
Hometown: Bienne, Switzerland
Bike(s): Phoenix DH Carbon, Firebird, Switchblade, Mach 5.5 Carbon, Point

Emilie Siegenthaler isn’t afraid to go big, take risks or run wild. As consistent top five World Cup athlete, she’s one of the women pushing boundaries and bringing the TV cameras to UCI Women’s World Cup downhill racing. Emilie is an 7-time Swiss National Downhill Champion with a handful of World Cup podium under her belt. Siegenthaler has also had quite the year at Crankworx festivals – podiums in DH, Dual Slalom, and Whipoff. When Emilie isn’t racing her bike she’s a teacher at her local schools or is riding with all the up and coming Swiss talent. 2018 will be one for the books.

Emilie is 163cm / 5’3″ and rides a small Phoenix, small Firebird, and small Switchblade

Career Highlights
5th UCI DH World Cup Series Overall: 2016, 2017
2017 Lenzerheide UCI World Cup: 3rd
2017 Fort William UCI World Cup: 3rd

Mach 5.5 Carbon Anniversary Edition