He quickly picked up a friend group and a heavy arsenal of tricks, which only got bigger and bigger as he himself grew.
He is one of the most naturally determined riders I’ve ever met, and that determination became visible in his style once he reached 16 or 17 years old.
He quickly became one of the big UK names in the mid to late 90s, and was one of the only UK names to make it over to the USA into and hang in the infamous pro class at Hoffman bikes BS series.
After a lot of troubles with breaking bike parts and generally bad products of the early 90s, he became interested in making more robust BMX products, which later became the legendary King Bike Co, a frame which was built in 95 which had geometry that is still used to this day.
Multiple trips to the USA for contests, and the first UK BMX X Games competitor, which led to him meeting new friends in Bethlehem PA, the home of Posh trails.
We get into how everything fell into place, the riders, the places, the events, the bikes, the products, the company, the burnout and getting back into it in recent years.
Mark Langston, Richard Browne, Duncan Jack, Mason Smith, Elliot Mcgrath, Martin Allmey, Scott Stevens, Grotbags, Jerry Galley, Mike Canning, Jamie Bestwick, Simon Tabron, Jason Davies, Dave Mirra, Dennis McCoy, Joe Rich, Taj Mihelich, Sandy Carson, Chris Sals, Jay Lonegan, Ed Koening, Robbie Morales and Mat Hoffman