Brief Summary: I’m a cyclist, studying to be an engineer, about to become an author…
In 2015, I became the youngest person to cycle around the world. Since I have now written a book all about that trip, I won’t go into any more detail here. The daily blog I wrote at the time can also be found on this website.
Shortly after I finished my cycle, I joined Loughborough University to study engineering. For this (academic) year, I am working full-time in a sports technology company, before completing the final 12 months of my degree.
On the athletic side of things, my primary focus is now my transition from competitive cycling to long-distance triathlon. I am often asked if I stopped cycling after I went round the world – in reality, the opposite happened… I even set another, more obscure, record in a pedalo last summer.
The book – Emu Racing & Record Chasing – is something that took far longer than I ever expected. Despite having to concentrate on a degree and on training, it became my main focus for almost two years, and I’m so glad that I am now able to share it with people. I put a huge amount into it, so I hope that the result is something worth reading!