Sergio started riding BMX when he was 11 - and if he has his way he’ll still be riding at 60. By 13, he was already turning heads, finishing in second place in the Expert class at a World Championship in Portugal. Given that when he was growing up there were hardly any skateparks in Spain, no sponsors and only a whisper of a BMX scene in existence in his home country, it's an incredible story.
Sergio travelled to Austin, Texas, where he met up with some of the sport’s leading riders, such as Rubén Alcántara and Álvaro Santalucía, who became mentors to the young rider, as well as Taj Mihelich and Joe Rich.
As of 1999, Sergio has been active on the international BMX scene, and has become one of the top names in the sport, picking up many podium finishes along the way. But through it all, he remains in touch with his roots, and refreshingly down to earth. And when he’s not competing, Sergio can often be found in Majadahonda, helping to run the vegetarian restaurant he opened with his mother and his brother.Read more