Stephan Büchler back at the Megavalanche race

After a first participation in 2013, the transfemoral amputee and mountain bike champion Stephan Büchler was back at the Mégavalanche race, widely known as one of the hardest mountain bike races in the world!

Amputated above the knee when he was only 17 years old, Stephan had no doubt about competing with people without disabilities. For this 2016 edition, Stephan was fitted with an hydraulic knee Hydeal II and improved his own record by 10 minutes. He had a lot of pleasure and he now eagerly anticipates the next edition of the Megavalanche Race. One thing is for sure : Proteor won’t miss it.

You can have a look at his race highlights here :

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