I’m 26 years old, I have 2 brothers older than me, I ride BMX and study Physiotherapy school. I started BMX at 6 years old. Won my first world championship at 7 years old. Integrate sport-school at 16 years old. I was substituted for the Olympic Games in Beijing 2008, finalist in London 2012 and now I work hard for RIO 2016 Olympic project.
I would like to ride my best BMX as I have never ridden, I feel I can progress again…
To get the Gold Olympic medal would be my greatest achievement.
BMX is an outside sport, you need to ride your bike in every climatic conditions, you need to like big jump, high speed and race with other racers in a lap. You need to have tactic and technique.
I love riding my bike and manage my emotions in high conditions.
BMX is an extreme sport, I’m really satisfied when I ride and when I succeed my goals.
During my training, I have technical specific session, sprints, and gym session.
Every time, I put all my energy on my training and when my goal is clear I’m very determined.
I learn to manage my stress, when something makes me too nervous, I listen to music or pay attention to my breathing.
My family… because I can’t see them often but they support me every time.
Have fun on your bike and enjoy the moment!
Enjoy your ride and never give up.
A small hike (one hour) for those who want to test the quad bike and discover St Pée’s surroundings with the panoramic points of view on the coast and the Basque nature and its valleys. Our runways adapted to the practice will allow you to live a moment strong in sensation!!!
Weak ones made uneven, small technical zones secured for those who want it, approximately 15 km, single or two-seater, accessible to all.
Our hike 3 hours revisited, with in extra a break at the heart of the village of Espelette, the discovery of the hot Pepper culture, a tasting of local products will wait for you to the Lorretik shop.
Hardly made uneven, technical passages, approximately 45 km, single or two-seaters, 3 persons minimum.