Meet the French professional motorbike stunt
Meet the 23-year old French motorbike stunt Thibaut Nogues, which is in the TOP 20 of the mondial ranking.
When did your passion for motorbikes begin? Did someone inspire you? My passion for motorbikes started when I was 6 years old and when I saw RSR stunting on the spot of Nikaia. Which was your first motorbike? My first motorbike was a Yamaha TZR 50 cc. Why did you choose freestyling/stunting as a discipline? I choose Freestyle because I love teasing the limits and in Freestyle sport the only limit it is your mind! What is the challenge/achievement you are most proud of? I am very proud to have been able to turn my passion for stunt into professional activity and to improve my level by devoting myself to my discipline. Can you tell us something about your typical training? My typical training is two hours of gym training with a personal coach in the morning and three hours of full throttle in the afternoon. What is your favorite acrobatic sequence? Which is the most difficult? I love drift sequences because this provides a lot of adrenaline. It is also the most difficult because the crash in drift is very hard. Can you tell us something about your collaboration with Virginio Ferrari? And what about your MV Agusta? Virginio Ferrari has noticed my videos and appreciated my style including drifts. We met in Monaco and immediately a complicity was born between us and I am very happy to receive advices and have Virginio trust. Virginio represents for me a legend and a great champion. He also sponsored my MV Agusta Experiencedonly which is a beautiful but also a difficult lady to handle. It is very exciting to ride with this bike. How did you first meet Pakelo? I discovered Pakelo thanks to Virginio Ferrari and immediately I loved Pakelo Team. Pakelo motor oil is perfect because it has a high level of technology and quality. Stunting motorbike implies more of oil than other motorbikes. Do you have any advice for those who want to start this career? What does it take to become a professional motorbike stunt? Just ride and to be yourself, teasing limits. Do you have a secret dream or ambition for the future? One of my secret dream is doing well in Supersport, I have done an assay when I was at 24h of Le Mans for the freestyle show and it was a great moment for me.