She hasn't been riding mountain bikes for long – but more than makes up for this through her sense of fun, enthusiasm and creativity. The 27-year-old police officer from the north of Munich was already modelling for the R Raymon brand, but she as of now she is also an official brand ambassador.
"Sandra is a real asset for R Raymon," explains Laura Christ, Brand Manager for R Raymon. "Her enthusiasm for bike sport is simply infectious. As brand ambassador, she is the perfect addition to our long-term associates, such as World Cup racer Johannes Fischbach or shooting star Korbinian Engstler. All three exemplify our vision."
Sandra is also very much looking to the collaboration – she appreciates the family feel of the environment and the direct contact partners at R Raymon: "From the outset, R Raymon has believed in me and supported me on my journey. I am so proud to be getting started straight away with my role as official brand ambassador on the FullRay 170 10.0 and the TrailRay 160E 8.0," adds Sandra.
On Instagram, she shares the joy she finds in biking and is spreading happiness with her motto #happysandro. How did Sandra get into biking? For her, it is the perfect summer substitute for skiing. So she took part in a girls bike camp and was overwhelmed by the sense of community in the bike scene. Her most impressive downhill ride so far has been the "Ca Bianca" trail in Finale Ligure – and she is also planning a few events in the future: First, she would like to work more on her technique and take the guide training – Sandra also finds the idea of participating in a race quite appealing. However, the focus is on fun, and the opportunity to spend time with people who share her passion.