1996 British Cyclist of the Year and 2009 British Cyclist Hall of Fame inductee who won the 1988 NBMXA British Championships and the 1985 13 Expert Slough as a professional BMX rider.
He began racing when he was only 9 years-old and finished 4th that year in the Nottingham Outlaws BMX track.
He was sponsored by companies such as Cyclecraft, Webco Bicycles, and Gary Turner Bicycles among others.
He was born in Heanor, Derbyshire, England.
He was professional BMX rider like Mat Hoffman.