An engineering apprentice until he turned pro as a mountain bike downhiller in 2007 at the age of 19, Nick Beer certainly made the right move in engineering his career, taking the iXS European Downhill Mountain Bike title in 2009.
Just three years after his first downhill race he was named Swiss Junior Champion and made his World Cup debut. Swiss national champion multiple times, Nick made his mark in the 2010 iXS series as well as claiming two top 10 finishes in the UCI World Cup. Nick had another solid UCI season in 2011 and in 2012 made it a fifth win at the iXS Swiss Downhill Cup. And, as odds-on favourite, he didn't disappoint when he added to his prestigious haul of national titles a year later. In between, Nick has stood on the podium with a third place finish at the Canadian Open in Whistler, and continues to gain ground at Crankworx and on the World Cup circuit.
When he's not racing he's a big fan of snowboarding and skiing and is also known to play the drums.Read more