Date of birth:
Montauroux, France
Pulse Session, American Classic, Marzocchi, Urge, Kenny, Hutchinson,
Alpin Ski, Moto X, Music
Favourite athletes:
My wife goes down fast. But I like a guy like Travis Pastrana for his right feeling on two wheels, moto or bike


My sport background: Professional rider since 1998 in the discipline of Olympic Cross Country. Main weapon is: 12 years of team France Vice World Champion Elite in 2004, 5 podiums in World Cup, European champion and 14th in Beijing Olympics 2008.

Now I manage and I race in Enduro World Series. I’m also professional MTB coach and personal Trainer for high level riders like Sebastien Gimbert (winner Moto GP Endurance).


What are you looking for to accomplish?

I’m looking for speed and flow fluidity trajectories.

What would be your greatest achievement?

I won the Whistler Cranksworx event like my wife last year. Certainly the best event in the world for enduro.

What kind of difficulties does your sport’s performance involve?

Be fast with a clear mind on the most technical trails.

"Ravanel Cedric"

What makes you feel satisfied when performing your sport?

When you push on the max. When your heart is on the limit. When the pain is a pleasure.

Where do you practice your techniques when being alone?

All around the world with my teammates. Also with Pulse Session Sport training.

"Ravanel Cedric"

What do you do during your training which is key to your success?

The most important key is the right spirit motivation too. But maybe my start in this sport with the past of an X country rider.

What are you most nervous about when competing?

My motivation to go too fast!

"Ravanel Cedric"

Who would you say is your biggest fan and why?

My wife because we endure together all the years the same passion.

What is the best piece of advice you have been ever given?

Hard work in training and the race will be a child’s play.

What are your future plans?

Riding again the Enduro World Series circus with; New Zealand, USA, Canada, France, Italia and many other countries.

What are your tips for those who begin now?

Have a training guide and mostly a secure bike with all protections.

"Ravanel Cedric"