I started out my career at York Cycleworks as a young Saturday lad, carrying on with cycleworks after I completed my A-levels they put me through a Cytech engineering apprenticeship. I completed my Cytech level 2 at York Cycleworks which involved intensive weeks of training in Manchester.
After a short break from the cycle trade I returned and was employed at Cyclesense as a bike builder/show room assistant which involved building and selling bikes as front of house staff. My true interest was in the workshop which was noticed and shortly I changed roles, this is when the true mechanic in me started to appear. Working a long side other great mechanics my knowledge and skills were increasing tenfold, my natural initiative for problem solving and attention to detail was something that management noticed.