Watch out for Trevor Bodogh – Extreme Athlete

Trevor Bodogh appears to fly over the Eiffel Tower during a recent visit to Paris

Trevor Bodogh appears to fly over the Eiffel Tower during a recent visit to France.

Watch out for Trevor Bodogh – literally – watch out for this extreme athlete as he powers his self designed custom-made bike through the extreme sport of BikeTrials riding. This third year Sheridan School of Business Finance program student is a top competitor in an extreme sport and an entrepreneur, juggling his own marketing, public relations and personal appearances with MetaBike.Com and CrankedTv.Com.

Bodogh has been extreme bike riding for almost ten years and has become a top competitor in bike shows and is a highly sought out performer demonstrating his skills worldwide. Recently he toured with Research in Motion performing his extreme BikeTrials demonstrations in a cross-Canada promotion heralding the launch of the new Blackberry Pearl.

Trevor Bodogh - Extreme Athlete

Trevor Bodogh - Extreme Athlete

When he’s not competing, creating, or studying, Bodogh can be found in the media. He was recently featured in an episode of “My Rush” and “How Do You Live” segments for the popular HiFi HDTV Canadian internet subscriber channel demonstrating his extreme BikeTrials skills. Check out his numerous BikeTrial videos to get just a taste of the excitement Bodogh brings to this extreme sport. Bodogh also has a series of Gravity Defying videos on the popular YouTube site.

For 2009 Bodogh will be joining forces with CrossFit to help develop training techniques for his newest offspring, – a website devoted to teaching and developing BikeTrials enthusiasts.

flyer-1This summer Bodogh will perform with a host of other extreme athletes in a Bike Thrill Show July 9 – August 21, on the beach in sunny Santa Cruz, California.

Closer to home during the March Break, Bodogh appears in the Indoor Trials Championships sponsored by Meta Bikes at the Toronto Bike Show in the Direct Energy Building, CNE grounds March 13-15.

Go ahead – just try to catch him!