Czech FMX rider Matej Cesak signs with Berlinieros Sports Agency
Matej Cesak started with Motocross when he was five years old, inspired by his dad, who was riding Enduro. His father bought him a new bike, a KTM 50 and Matej jumped on the bike and started riding. 2 years later he reached the 2nd place at the Czech MX Championship on the 50ccm motorcycle. When he turned eight years old, he tried to jump a ramp for the first time.
Being one of the youngest FMX rider in Czech Republic Matej got his first invitation to the famous FMX Gladiator Games in Prague at the age of 9 and found himself on the riders list with FMX icons like Eigo Sato or Jeremy Lusk. Since then he never missed one single event of the Gladiator Games.
Three years later Matej got a call from the Masters of Dirt series in Austria. Riding in Vienna was the biggest crowd and the biggest show he was riding so far outside his home country. And the young Czech rider impressed the promoter and got several more invitations to the MOD series. At the age of 16 the Czech athlete did his first backflip to dirt and only a couple of days later he stomped his first flip at a show during the Masters of Dirt in Bern/Switzerland. With that success on his bucket Matej flew to Mexico joining the Xpilots series in Mexico City.
Matej rode the Czech FMX Championship 2017 and jumped on the podium. He reached 3rd place of the overall ranking. In 2018 Cesak got his first invitation to the NIGHT of the JUMPs making his debut on the FIM Freestyle MX World Championship series, competing against some of the best FMX riders in the world. Only a couple of weeks later he started with Team Czech Republic at the Freestyle of Nations competing in Hamburg against Team Germany and Team Oversea.
2019 the Czech extreme sports athlete won the “Sickest Whip Contest” at the Masters of Dirt in Vienna/AUT and reached the semifinals at the FMX Gladiator Games in Prague/CZE. 2020 when the Covid 19 pandemic shut down all events in Europe, Matej Cesak has been crowned the first ever e-FMX World Champion in a tight gaming competition on the new mobile game TiMX: This is Motocross Winning the 3-way battle against Pat Bowden and Pedro Moreno in the Grand Final, it was a long slug after getting through the full 16 rider line-up in the first ever eSport series in Freestyle Motocross.
In the first mayor FMX contest in Europe after the lockdown Matej Cesak joined Team Germany at the NIGHT of the JUMPs / Freestyle of Nations in Basel. The Czech rider made a solid Freestyle run, won the Synchro contest with Kai Haase and had a triumphal success in the whip contest, in which he was able to defeat X Games Gold winner Edgar Torronteras.
Now Matej Cesak signed a Global Management deal with Berlinièros Sports to raise his international rider profile. Berlinièros Sports is working hard with Matej to get him on contests and series around the world. Also in the field of sponsorships, Berlinièros Sports takes care and tries to set up a team of partners around him, who want to support him long term to become one of the best FMX athletes in the world.