I am a student of Sports Science in order to become teacher and I’m passionate about extreme sports. I have started mountain biking four years ago. Free-ride and downhill are the activities that I practice more often. I like to spend new jumps and new lines, always bigger, more technical and with maximum style and as soon as possible.
I’m also a competitor, I like the spirit of competition in DH, find the fastest line, make fewer mistakes and the best time possible. I also practice many other sports, such as climbing, athletics, parkour / acrobatics / street workout, snowboarding and surfing.
Previously, I was part of a circus club (for 8 years), which has helped me a lot in terms of balance and acrobatics. I’m a member of the team “Lucky Boy – Born to Ride” which is a team composed of several riders, practicing different activities. We aim at publishing beautiful pictures and beautiful extreme sport videos. You can like our Facebook page, which is named after our team.
I try to improve myself every day, to get better results in competitions and film more videos and photos. I want that team becomes more and more popular, and this is why we all need to improve ourselves.
My biggest achievement was the day when I landed backflip, It was a good day, and I felt like moving a step forward.
The challenge is to perform, without injury. But during performance, you must necessarily take risks and that’s what makes it a difficult sport. Take enough risk to make good results, or a nice trick, but not much.
I’m happy when I’m doing good lap times with clean runs without error. It is the cleanliness and fluidity that makes me feel satisfied.
I rarely practice alone, except when I have no choice, because I think it’s dangerous if I get hurt.
I don’t give up, when I have a goal in my mind I continue to lead on this issue so as to be satisfied with myself.
I’m afraid to make some mistakes in my run and lose much time. But generally, I m’ not really nervous, and it’s better for concentration.
I don’t think I’ve any fan, but I would tell him to continue to practice because nothing is impossible.
I’m not perfect, so I prefer not to give any advice. However, when I am asked to do so, I try to explain with the best possible way I can, underlying that it may not be the best tip.
Make more DH competition and obtain better results. Trying to make more tricks in dirt jump and free-ride and always jump bigger.