|Birthdate||January 3, 1985|
|Hometown||Mexico City, Mexico|
|What is your day job?||I work at Acrobarium, a mountaineering shop in Mexico City.|
My job is to order from suppliers, register products that arrive and explain to customers which product is the one that best works according to their needs.
I also keep up with the events that surround the world of mountaineering.
|What is your biggest achievement?||Cycling touring border to border from Tijuana, Baja California to Hidalgo City, Chiapas in the summer of 2012.|
|What is your goal for 2017 and beyond?||I'm cycle-touring on my own from Santiago in Spain, from Saint Jean Pied de Port, France to Santiago de Compostela, Spain in September 2017. I'm hoping this will be a good start to Cape Epic training!|
|Why do you love cycling?||I love riding a bike because it makes me feel alive. I like to meet new people when I am riding a bike and exploring new places.|
|Why do you love riding for Liv?||I love riding for Liv because the bike represents your lifestyle, and Liv is also a great family, not to mention it is specially designed for women.|
|What is one item you would never leave home without?||My camera! I like taking photos and video wherever I travel to capture the moments along the way. I also need my cell phone for safety reasons!|
|If you could learn a new sport or skill this year, what would it be?|
|What is your favorite place to travel?||Baja California and Baja California South because they are beautiful places. The mountain and beach are amazing and the people are very nice|
|What is your favorite food?||I love pizza, grapes, strawberries, chocolate, and coffee.|
|Who is your favorite riding partner?|
My brother Paul and my friends.
|How do you spend your time off the bike?|
I spend time training in the city running or outdoor gym, I go out on the mountain to walk or run, I like to go to the cinema.
|What do you want to be "when you grow up"?||I want to be a filmmaker.|
|Words you live by...||More than a discipline for the body to ride a bike is a luxury for the spirit and a resource for the soul.|