Born in Santiago, ChiIe and now living in Spring, Texas, I started racing motocross when I was 7. After a pretty successful “career” during my childhood and teen years in motocross racing in Chile as well as in Brazil, I moved to FMX when I was 16. I have been active in the FMX industry since 2003 when I moved to U.S.A.
Working with some of the most renowned extreme sports promoters and companies, I have managed to gain comprehensive exposure to the most diverse competitions and demonstration events. I have also participated successfully at the highest levels of FMX competitions obtaining important titles and prizes. My unique style and personalized execution of the most difficult FMX tricks has placed me at the top of the Latin American scene and amongst the best FMX riders worldwide.
So far being ranked 14th in the FMX world championship in 2013.
High risk maneuvers that pose extreme danger to your personal health.
Travelling around the world doing what I like most.
Knowing my limits and avoiding unnecessary accidents to keep myself healthy and free of broken bones.
Probably getting to familiarize with the track within the short timeframe that is usually given by the organizers to practice.
My wife Gisela because she is my wife…She has to be…
Keep it safe and know your limits.
Keep doing what I do until I can no longer do it.