While on tour, Bagoros had a chance to meet his fans: “To see all this people yelling my name and cheering, asking for autographs, for a photo with me, that just gave me incredible boost and motivation to train even harder and longer. Sometimes I train and hone my stunt-riding skills late in to the night, in hot or freezing cold weather, and even when there is around me all covered in snow. I don’t mind the elements! I just want to follow that ultimate goal to become the best stun rider in the world. Sometimes I think I’m in a dream, but than I realize that this is all real – cool!”Not more than a year ago, Rok was just a kid on a Duke 125. But he is now recognizable also on big KTM Duke 690 where he is rapidly honing his aggressive but fluid riding style.Rok Bagoros says: “‘I want to bring people around me the feeling they are at the rock concert and not just a stunt show, full of adrenaline and emotions’ added young rebel stunt rider.”Attached above is a video summarizing Bagoros’ tour in South America. For additional information, check out Rok Bagoros Facebook page.