Trans Woman Joins Women’s Motorcycle Endurance Team For Le Mans 24 Hours Moto

Trans Woman Joins All-Female Motorcycle Endurance Team For Le Mans 24 Hours Moto

An all-female motorcycle endurance team from France has selected Erika Jeannot, a trans woman, as their 4th rider for The Le Mans 24 Hours Moto.

Motorbiker.org reports that the team will be led by Agnès Dupuy (winner of many endurance races), and will also include Steffie Naud, Amandine Creusit, and Caroline Locussol.

The Le Mans 24 Hours Moto is the ultimate in motorcycle endurance racing at the iconic home of endurance motorsport; Le Mans. Racing on the Le Mans Bugatti circuit, the 24 Hours Moto is a tough challenge for the riders and their support teams as the riders complete in excess of 800 laps. The Le Mans 24 Hours Moto will take place in September. Last year’s event drew more than 80,000 spectators.

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