I was born in Como in 1993, on January 26th. I have been riding the motorbike since I was 4 years old, even if I didn't take part at any event at the beginning. At the age of 14 I received my first real motorbike.
After two years of enduro, at the age of 16, I switched to motocross, riding a KTM SX125.
In 2008, during a workout, I was injured and I fractured four backbones that forced me to stay away from the race for three years.
In 2012 I came back to ride a KTM 125 EXC, with whom I practiced enduro and I began to re-acquire the basics of motocross.
In 2013 I closed the season with some good placements in the regional championship and in September came also my first victory.
The watershed year was 2014: I've started since winter to train myself for the season on my KTM 125SX, and thanks to a tough training schedule, I won in April a regional championship in Lodi. I did not stop even during summer, keeping to train hard on the tracks of southern Italy, improving my technique on particular types of terrains.
"Non mi limiterei a descrivere il motocross come uno sport o una semplice passione.
Il motocross è fatica, sudore, è mangiare polvere e fango.
Il motocross ti rompe le ossa e ti fa davvero male alle volte.
Il motocross è svegliarsi al mattino presto, fare centinaia di km per raggiungere la pista e ritornare casa quando fuori è già buio.
Il motocross è costoso e devi fare delle rinunce.
Ma allora perchè praticarlo?
Perchè non c'è niente al mondo che ti trasmette le emozioni che provi quando sei in sella alla tua moto, l'adrenalina, la voglia di spaccare il mondo.
Quando hai il casco in testa sei solo tu, la tua moto ed il cervello sgombro da ogni pensiero.
Amo io motocross e non lo abbandoneró per niente al mondo!"
This is, in my own words, as I see motocross. My biggest passion, one of those passions that does not make you sleep at night.
In 2015 I want to finish the season within the first three positions of the Lombardy Regional Championship amateurs.