Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing head to Scotland to get their participation in the 2022 Enduro World Series underway. The iconic Scottish Tweed Valley will play host to round one of the five-round EWS-E series, where team riders Alex Fayolle, Simon Carlsson, and Guido Tschugg will all take to the start line.
With a productive off-season under their belts, Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing are now set to go racing in the 2022 Enduro World Series. Heading north, the championship begins in Tweed Valley, one hour south of Scotland’s capital, Edinburgh. After the team’s racing debut in 2021, the line-up expands from one rider to three for 2022, with Simon Carlsson and Guido Tschugg joining Alex Fayolle.
All three riders will race on Mountain Cross Legacy Edition bikes with support from Shimano, MOTOREX and Sunlight.
After making his EWS-E debut in 2021, Alex Fayolle returns this year, more experienced and focused on improving his results. A busy winter has seen him put in the training and dial his riding in on the Mountain Cross LE. Facing new terrain in Scotland, Alex is hungry to make a start strong to his championship campaign.
Sweden’s Simon Carlsson joins the team for 2022. The 24-year-old has settled in well with Husqvarna E-Bicycles Racing and is keen to show what he can do out on track. Clocking up plenty of testing and training hours, Simon recently took a race win at the Finnish Enduro Series and will hope to carry that momentum into Scotland.
Dusting off his race shoes, MTB legend Guido Tschugg is going racing again. However, this time it’s a first for him in Enduro. Always keen to try something new, Guido will hope to put his years of Downhill MTB experience to good use as he chases success in the Masters category. Between racing and team manager duties, it will be a busy-but-exciting challenge for Guido.
The Enduro World Series begins in Scotland, with the EWS-E race taking place on June 2. Stay tuned to our social media for race updates.
2022 Enduro World Series E-MTB Schedule