Grit. Determination. Perseverance. Whatever you call it, Jack Moir keeps proving he has what it takes to rise all the way to the top. Hailing from New South Wales, Australia, Moir first began racing motorbikes at the age of 4 and discovered mountain bike racing at 13. Hard-wired with bike control and racing IQ, he’s been unstoppable ever since. As in, not even held down by a real-life shark attack causing injuries that required more than 500 stitches(!) to mend. Moir lived to tell the story and kept pressing on with the nickname ‘Shark Attack Jack’ to show for the ordeal. After turning pro as a downhill mountain bike racer in 2015, Moir became a Top 10 fixture on the global circuit and claimed the 2016 Crankworx DH overall title. In 2020, he made the switch to racing enduro full-time and never looked back. During the 2021 season, he won an incredible five races, battled slams and injuries to ultimately clinch his career-first overall World Championship in the Enduro World Series (EWS). As Jack Moir’s unstoppable trajectory continues, the only question is: Can you keep up?