Cedric Gracia is one of the world’s best competitive mountain bikers, racing in the downhill and four-cross (4X) on the UCI World Circuit. Cédric started his biking career as a BMX rider at age 6 years old. He later moved on to become a freestyle skiing pro, before entering the professional mountain biking scene in 2001. Cédric's famous for competing in all the gravity disciplines, from downhill to four-cross (4X), freeride to enduro. Cédric had a major crash during practice at the World Cup in Val Di Sole World Cup in 2012, breaking his femur and pelvis. Despite a strong comeback, he decided to retire from World Cup DH racing a year later, preferring instead to focus on video parts and enduro racing. He always looks like he's having more fun than everyone else, both on and off the bike, and somehow it's infectious.