33 Manchester, United Kingdom
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My self-summary
I’m a cyclist (just a little bit), and generally happiest whilst outdoors.

I’m definitely a film buff, in fact l like anything that allows me to ‘geek out’, be that games, galleries, or bikes- it has even been known for me to enjoy a spot of poetry (no I am not extracting the Michael, it’s just rather nice to sit under a tree with a book…. in a very manly way.....)

I know a LOT of people in Manchester from the cycling world- I am often used as a PA system due to my unnaturally loud voice (and the fact that I don't really get embarrassed) at various events.
Cycling is a big part of my life; from a social point of view- be that at the tweed rides, critical mass and bike polo etc; and a fitness/ outdoors point of view.
Last year I went to the Olympics for the cycling and absolutely loved it. Whilst I was down there I got mistaken for Chris Froome, which made my year!
I usually do at least two big rides a year- I did the coast to coast last year, although not at any great pace....

This feels like I am hawking pegs on a street corner;

Pegs? Pegs? Any pegs? No? Well… how about a man?

Well, if you're a geek, who likes the outdoors, art and/ or cycling, or you just want some pegs then give me a yell.

Take care,

What I’m doing with my life
Cycling, working, all the usual things in life...
I’m really good at
I look gooood in a suit.
The first things people usually notice about me
Height/ silly beard?
Favorite books, movies, shows, music, and food
The six things I could never do without
A bike
Another bike
I spend a lot of time thinking about
How the hell did I end up in charge?

What shall I do with my facial hair next?

Is the kettle on?
On a typical Friday night I am
cataloging my stamp collection....
The most private thing I’m willing to admit
I'm superman. No, seriously...
You should message me if
1. You have a bike.... and ride it.
2. You believe God to be either Charlie Brooker or Sheldon Brown (Google him)
3. You could deal with a man that acts like a large stupid hyperactive (whilst endearingly loyal) dog.