Remi Bizouard's season was cut short in April when he broke the tibia and fibula in his left leg at X-Fighters Dubai, but he is working to make the end of the year better. Browse through a gallery of Bizouard's training, starting with a fruit breakfast.
Bizouard built a personal gym in his house in the small village of Faux, France, and every morning he has a strength-training session.
Father And Son
Remi Bizouard's father, Jean Bernard, doubles as his mechanic and helps him fix his bike before riding.
Bizouard prepares for the training day in the garden of his parents' house, not far from his home also in Faux.
Foam Of The Brave
Jean Bernard Bizouard prepares the foam pit for his son Remi's first training session since badly breaking his left leg in April at X-Fighters Dubai.
Every morning when he's home Remi Bizouard has a training session in the foam pit. Here he does a Shaolin flip.
Bizouard does some more tricks off the ramp before lunchtime.
Bizouard's garage is at his parents' house, which is one of the oldest in Faux.
Bizouard loves to drive his BMW M3 on the road to Bergerac, about 30 minutes from Faux in southwestern France.
Bizouard goes to physiotheraphy to work on rehabilitating the leg he broke in an April crash during practice at the Dubai stop of the Red Bull X-Fighters World Tour.
Bizouard is working on some new tricks with more extension and flexibility, such as this holy-grab Indian.
One-handed Whip Flip
Bizouard loves to do new flips, such as this new one-handed whip flip.
Spray 'n' Wash
Bizouard's training day is finished, so he takes some time to clean his bike for the next day of riding.
Peaceful Time With Daddy
FMX is important to Bizouard, but foremost in his heart is 8-year-old daughter, Naomi, shown here in front of the Dordogne River before dinner in Bergerac.