I started riding bikes at 2 ½ years old and first rode a BMX at the age of 4. I watched the 2012 olympic games on tv and asked my mum and dad if I could have a go at BMX racing as it looked fun. I strugled at first and kept falling off my bike on the track but I loved it and started doing the mid lancs coaching with Amanda as a novice and then gradually progressed through the clubs coaching program and club races as a novice over the next 2 years I raced the club races and then progressed to regional racing as a novice which I loved and over this period I gained and learned the skills and race craft that I use today racing both in the uk and across the world. I’ve been lucky enough to race in Australia which was great fun at the Sydney Olympic Park BMX Track. This year 2018 I represented GB in the world Championships in Baku Azerbijan where I finished as World No15. My Goal is to make the Olympic Development Squad and progress through to competeing in the 2028 Olympic games in Los Angeles USA.
My Tips for new riders, don’t rush to the top of the sport just enjoy being on your bike at the track and take your time to learn all the skills and racecraft you can through your coaches and watching your fellow riders and the results will follow.