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Zoltán Angyal was born in Kunhegyes in 1985.

In 2002 he decided to take up this sport after watching a former world champion’s show in Hungary personally.

In 2003 he managed to learn the various tricks in an incredibly short time (in half a year) and he demonstrated his own new exercises besides those seen from the reigning champion and other riders of that year in his first show.

In 2004 Zoltán’s talent was unquestionable and he had numerous shows in his native country as well as abroad in that season despite not having a „big” motorbike to line up with for the races.

In 2005 he made the expected breakthrough when he was given his first racing bike by his sponsor at that time. He managed to adopt all his exercises to the new bike within a month. He put on over 40 shows worldwide in that year.

In 2006 he started his career as a racer. He won all the rounds of the Hungarian championship already in his first season, as well as the German International Race, and he came second in he three-round European Championship in the combined event after being on the podium all throughout. Due to his achievements he was invited to the most renowned and prestigious motor racing and other events, including the TT on the Isle of Man.

In 2007 he competed with the best racers in the world again in a world championship which he managed to win due to his unique individual exercises. Even Discovery Channel covered this event, so people were informed of Zoltán’s newly gained world title in many parts of the world. After this event, he received invitations one after the other, which meant 50-60 shows a year.

In 2008 more emphasis was put on shows due to the lack of prestigious international events.

In 2009 there was a new challenge to conquer another continent. In February he lined up for the most prestigious event in the USA, which he won.

In 2010 the main stress was on practicing new and special tricks. Zoltan focused with this to the 2011 racing season.