Growing up in a home without motorcycles, Max Biaggi didn’t even see a racetrack until he was eighteen years old, but as soon as he saw the Vallelunga circuit near Rome, he immediately fell in love with the sight, smell and sounds of racing.
With the help of his Father, Max started 125cc Sport Production racing and decided he’d put everything on the line in pursuit of his dream – becoming a motorcycling world champion – several years later Max and Aprilia would become 250cc world champions.
Now, after competing at the top fight of motorcycle racing since 1992, Max Biaggi opens up and lets you into his life away from the racetrack as he prepares for another season of World Superbike racing with Aprilia and the RSV4.
I’ve known Max a long time, we first met back in 1996 in 250 GP’s and I know that there is much more to him than just what the media portray, so it was fun filming him away from the racetrack and showing you that there are two sides to everyone.
Good Luck in 2012 Max!
Awesome Photos by: Clive Challinor and Max Biaggi archives