I started riding mountain bike when I was a kid, always with my family. I was a gymnast at that time and as soon as my training in the gym took more and more time, I almost stopped riding. After 9 years I was so motivated to ride some bikes again, that I stopped Gymnastics and began to ride some jumps at the little local park. I learned fast and got more and more into the Dirt Jump/Slopestyle scene.
I’ve been doing it for 6 years now and couldn’t imagine stopping. It’s so much fun, you get the chance to travel the world and meet so many cool people. I would never change anything!!
- 2014: 12th Fise Montpellier
- 2014: 11th Swatch Prime Line
- 2014: 11th Colorado Freeride Fest
- 2014: 22nd Red Bull District Ride
- 2015: 9th Whitestyle
- 2015: 10th 26trix
I want to get a really good result to be part of the Diamond Series.
The difficulty is to know how much you should risk at every single run, and to know exactly what are you good at.
Everything besides crashing. Even small tricks or jumps are really fun sometimes.
Most of the times I’m riding alone, as there’s almost no scene where I live, but I’m always trying to get used to it.
I’m trying to have fun while riding, because if you force yourself to anything, it won’t help anything. The happier and more motivated you are, the better it will work out.
I only hate wind. You never really know what’s going to happen and that sucks.
I don’t really know, but at the end I’m always trying to find my own advices, because they make the most sense to me.
Keep on riding, travelling and getting better and better.