Erik comes from the world of mountain biking, a discipline in which he became national youth champion in 2018. In the same year he won the Short Track Cross Country (XCC) of the Youth Olympic Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina. In 2019 he decided to devote himself to the road, participating with his team in the Tour de l’Avenir, a race he finished in 53rd place. Erik also participated in the Tour of Hungary that in the Tour of Sibiu, and after tasting a first experience at the Eoilo-Kometa retreat thanks to his federation, Fetter managed to become a new team rider for the 2020 season. Despite a season affected by the pandemic, the Magyar cyclist impressed everyone, especially in a Tour de l’Ain where he surprised in the first stage. Weeks later, with the Tour U23 on the horizon, he was the victim of a crash near Esztergom that forced him to end the season. In 2021, Erik confirmed himself with a great season culminating with a stage win at the Tour du Limousin. The year 2022 saw him star, to much applause, in the Hungarian stages of the Giro d’Italia that started right from his home town of Budapest. And that one in Limousin is the victory he remembers most fondly, while his favorite dishes are Máglyarakás and Lángos (typical Hungarian cuisine). His favorite places are his town, Pilisvörösvár, and Livigno.
National Championships Hungary - ITT ('22, '21)
Tour du Limousin - Nouvelle Aquitaine Sauviat sur Vigne – Limoges ('21)
stage Giro d'Italia Napoli-Napoli ('22)
GC Okolo jižních Čech / Tour of South Bohemia ('22)