You can be ahead of your age, you can be truly gifted at something, and then there's Adam Raga. Perhaps this explains why at only 23 he was already the second Spanish rider with the best record in history. The Spaniard has won four times in the World Indoor Trial Championship and has also been trial world champion outdoors in 2005 and 2006.
Raga debuted in the world of motorcycles when he was only six. From that moment he began to combine his studies with competitions. In 1995 he won the Catalonia trial junior championship and two years later, the championship of Spain. Raga begins then to establish himself as a rising star in Spain before winning the World Championship in 2000.
The leap into professionalism came in 2003 and he became part of the professional trial elite. In his first year he won his first World Indoor Trial, while in outdoor finished in the fourth place. In 2004 he won again the title in the indoor specialty, but finished third overall in the specialty outdoor. In 2005 and 2006 came the rider's best two years, as Raga managed to clinch world titles in more outdoor and indoor.
A knee injury in 2009 forced him to take time out from his career, but he returned in 2010 and fought again in every competition for victory, which led him to become champion of Spain.