- Nickname: “Baby Bird”
- Riding since: 2009
- Bikes: Aprilia Tuono V4R, Yamaha R6, Ducati Hyperstrada, Ducati 848 EVO
- Riding style: Sport, track, commuting
How this all began: In late 2009, Tito convinced his parents that the most practical, exciting mode of transportation would be riding a motorcycle to high school every day. While it took a typed, persuasive, essay to convince his mother of the idea, she soon gave in and bought the first accessory to his Ducati Monster 696. It was the beginning of a strong, beautiful relationship between himself and the wonderful feeling of riding a motorcycle.
“After colliding, pretty badly, with the rear of a Honda Civic, I understand the importance of wearing my gear every time I take the bike out. It not only saved my skin (literally!), but saved me a lot of time and money... I think it helped me get back out and riding again, so that’s what I did. I want to offer positive feedback on gear that works well, on and off the bike. That is how I started with RevZilla.” — Baby Bird
His daily interests and activities: When out of the office and off the bike, Tito spends most of his time in front of a computer. He enjoys keeping up with the latest computer, motorcycle and car technologies. He enjoys Sunday rides with his friends and venturing to the occasional track day. Tito listens to many different types of music, but his cellphone is typically filled with electronica, trance and house mixes.
On gear: Tito has a very high appreciation for style, detail, and protection, so will typically sport Dainese and REV’IT! gear. Anthony has suggested sending his paychecks to his parents, but we appreciate the feedback on all the gear he buys!
Favorite part of being on TeamZilla: “I enjoy the atmosphere we have here. This is not a miserable workplace and I don’t think anyone here feels like they have to drag themselves to work every day. It’s special to enjoy coming in every day! We also have a lot of fun here. I never know when Anthony may break out of his office, talking like a pirate.”