Amy Morrison’s two-year partnership with Fuji Bikes culminated in July with her first USA Cycling Enduro Championship. As proof of the "if-it’s-not-broken-don’t-fix-it" adage, the Carson City, Nev., rider will ride her Fuji Auric LT again for the 2020 season.
“Continuing with Fuji means building on successes we had the past two years,” Morrison said. She will be “continuing to grow the brand and pushing the limits and finding the capabilities of the Auric LT.”
The 23rd-ranked Enduro rider in the world, Morrison has an impressive list of finishes in her two years on the Auric LT. She won the Sea Otter Classic in 2018, has finished second at the TDS Enduro in each of the last two years, had two top-20 finishes on the Enduro World Series tour in 2018 and an impressive seventh place at the EWS World Series stop in Northstar, Calif., in August.
And, of course, the nationals at Winter Park, Colo., where Morrison rode the Auric LT to the championship, earning her the right to wear the stars-and-stripes jersey next season.
“The LT is super capable,” she said, “and I trust hitting any technical line on it!”
Next season, Morrison will line up for five of the seven North American Enduro Series races in the U.S. and Canada, will be gunning for the TDS Enduro win and, of course, will be back in Colorado in July to defend her nationals title.