Ace European stunt rider performs at Pune IBW

    Stunt riding champion Aras Gibieza graced Pune as part of India Bike Week 2015.

    Published On Jan 27, 2015 11:45:00 AM


    Ace European stunt rider performs at Pune IBW

    Arunas, or popularly known as Aras Gibieza, a European stunt bike rider, performed at Pune's leg of the run up to the India Bike Week 2015. He also judged the stunt riding competition held on the same day, where three teams battled it out. The winning team, Rishi, will participate in the final event in Goa that will be held on February 21 and 22nd.

    Prior to this, he has performed in Jaipur, Ahmedabad and Surat since January 17, 2015. He will now perform in Bangalore on January 29, Coimbatore on February 1 and Kochi on February 4.

    Two of Aras’ favorite stunts include the switchback wheelie and the watchtower. He rides a heavily modified 2003 Kawasaki Ninja ZX6R B1H, and uses the same motorcycle to perform at his competitions and shows.

    Aras as won several international competitions in his 10 year career, including the Stunt Riding EuroCup in Lithuania, SBF European Stunt competition in UK, Bulgarian Stunt Competition and the Vertical Trix European Stunt Competition in the United Kingdom.

    "Performing for a crowd that sparks freshness and voice is always an energizing experience, Aras Gibieza said. "I got to see a celebration of biking brotherhood that brought people together with a special glue that is hard to understand, but wonderful to witness. I am surely coming back here once more," he added.

    Watch out for Aras in Bangalore, Coimbatore and Kochi!

    Rayomand Darius

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