A Day With Dany
Dany Torres, 25, let us into his home in Arahal to tag along with the Spanish freestyle motocross rider as he prepares for the busy year ahead. Browse through the photos to get a glimpse into the life of the 2011 X-Fighters champion and X Games medalist.
After breakfast, freestyle motocross rider Dany Torres does some weight training at his house in Arahal, Spain.
Shirts Off Their Backs
The wall of Dany Torres' gym is like a hall of fame of FMX riders, featuring numerous jerseys of the Spanish rider's friends.
Armed And Ready
"Where some see fear I find fun," reads the tattoo on Dany Torres' right arm.
Dany Torres' preferred sport after freestyle motocross is paddle tennis, similar to tennis but with a different racket and smaller court.
In the garage of his home Dany Torres has more than 210 trophies he has won over the years of his freestyle motocross career.
Two recent major awards for Dany Torres are the second-place trophy for the 2012 Red Bull X-Fighters stop in Madrid and the bronze medal in Moto X Freestyle from X Games Los Angeles 2011.
On The Home Front
Dany Torres is working on a new house for his family in Arahal, Spain.
Dany Torres' 8-month-old daughter Carolina clearly enjoys some precious time with Daddy.
Father And Son
Dany Torres' father, Ramon Torres, is the FMX rider's mechanic, supporter and best fan.
The Rain In Spain
After a week of rain at Dany Torres' freestyle motocross compound, it is too saturated and impossible to ride on.
Dany Torres and his father, Ramon, hit the road to travel about 120 miles from Arahal to Marbella, Spain, so Dany can train at former BMX pro and current FMX rider Gabi Villada's compound.
Train In Spain
Dany Torres prepares for an afternoon training session in Marbella, Spain.
Dany Torres does a huge 9 o'clock.
Superman Seat Grab
The Superman seat grab is one of Dany Torres' favorite flip tricks.
FMX To MX
Dany Torres gets in a short motocross session after his freestyle training.
Dany, his girlfriend and daughter wrap up their busy day with some dinner at La Mazaroca, the oldest restaurant in Arahal.