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Guest blog: Steve Peat Syndicate’s Josh Lewis

| Blog, Mountain Biking Uk | 24/12/2012 09:18am

Looking forward to a stacked season of downhill and enduro

Hey up! My name is Josh Lewis. I am a 19-year-old lad from the great cycling city of Sheffield. This is my first blog so I guess it would be best to introduce myself before you start wondering who this furry-faced teenager with a vocabulary that ventures no deeper than ‘sick’ or ‘rad’ is!

Josh Lewis is a downhill and enduro racer for the Steve Peat Syndicate

Regardless of my shallow literacy, I am a bike lover  – like everyone else who has hopefully got past my first sentence! I squeeze out every last minute possible of my time travelling on two wheels, whether it’s a weekend of downhill runs in the soggy Welsh valleys, or just hopping up a curb on a mate’s Argos special with 27 gears and knobbly tyres. I just cant help myself!My aim for this blog is to share the great experiences that come with travelling the planet riding bikes, and for you guys to be able to relate with me and get up and be stoked to go ride your bikes!

As I’m a downhill racer, right now it’s off-season so my time is currently being spent on night rides, in the gym, working and sat behind a nice hot brew – but I promise to keep things interesting.

My 2013 season is going to be stacked with downhill and enduro events, reaching into large European races and competing in the British series in both disciplines. Follow me as I prepare for my busiest season to date with another year signed up to the Steve Peat Syndicate on board the best bikes in the world and riding in the best kit – life’s good!

Below is a quick video I did with upcoming videographer George Milner in some sick new Royal Racing Kit, I hope you enjoy it.

Hopefully you’ll be reading some more from me soon. Until then, see you on the trails, Josh.

3 ones on Pinkbike


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