Cédric started his biking career as a BMX rider at age 6 years old. He later moved on to become a freestyle skiing pro, before entering the professional mountain biking scene in 2001.
Cédric's famous for competing in all the gravity disciplines, from downhill to four-cross (4X), freeride to enduro.
In 2010 he started his own team, the CG Racing Brigade and signed upcoming rider Marcelo Guttierez for the 2011 season.
Cédric had a major crash during practice at the World Cup in Val Di Sole World Cup in 2012, breaking his femur and pelvis. Despite a strong comeback, he decided to retire from World Cup DH racing a year later, preferring instead to focus on video parts and enduro racing.
All CG's results can be found HERE.
Clementz and Chausson take the top steps, Minnaar, Johnston, and Leishman injured
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VIDEO: Santa Cruz riders hit the final EWS on 4 different models!
The opening round of the Enduro World Series in Punta Ala, Italy was a great introduction to enduro racing for the Santa Cruz Syndicate.
The small town of Fort William, Scotland was a buzz all week with sports events starting with the 102nd running of the Scottish Six Day Trial event and concluded on Sunday with the Saracen British Downhill Series race.
20 Years in the Making.