Mattia, 34, jumps 9 meters with his bike while a plane flies under him. This amazing work
Udine – He jumped the bike to a height of 9 meters while a light flew below him: it’s work Mattia Cavalli, born in Udine in 1988, is a semi-professional motocross pilot, and Alberto Cosi, an airplane pilot. The achievements of Mayor Pietro Fontanini and member of the Sports Council, Antonio Falcone, also wanted to reward him for supporting a specialized discipline: FMX, a type of motocross where the skill of riders in acrobatics during jumps is important. Imported from the United States in the early 2000s, the sport is played in Italy by four teams.
Mattia Cavalli, the company that owns the motorcycle
“I am very honored,” Cavalli said, accompanied by Kosei yesterday at the magazine’s handover ceremony Paintings reproducing the coat of arms of Udine, at Palazzo D’Aronco – I thank Commissioner Falcone because without him I would not be here and my discipline would not be apparent. I am the only rider, since the arrival of the sport in Italy, to have achieved a similar feat at the international level: we were skilled and decided to set the record (video filmed by Luca Bertossi, editor). In December we will try to challenge the reigning American champion in a new project that I would like to bring to Friuli, an event that will be attended by thousands of people.” “At Primariaco (at the airport where they both train), Mattia suggested I do something special, hence the idea of trying to go under a jump bike,” said Kossi.
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