"Retired a few years ago from a career in IT at British Airways at Heathrow. I am a keen cyclist and a member of various cycling groups but these days my main focus is cycling as a more healthy and environmentally friendly form of transport. I am interested in individual health and fitness because of the individual and community value of fitness. I am keenly interested in the environment because I think my generation has consumed and damaged at a greater rate than can be repaced or repaired. We have to change this for the sake of our children and their families. I am a member of the MCCF because the objectives of the charity are very closely aligned with my own."
"I discovered cycling at the age of 8, when I got my first bike (I still remember that moment today!) and discovered the freedom of being able to travel to places that would have been totally out of reach for me at that age. Cycling has been my passion since then: I have followed the sport, used my bike for commuting, belonged to cycling clubs (currently SFACC) and have been a passionate cycling campaigner. At the moment, I volunteer my time and efforts to try and improve the very inadequate cycling conditions in Maidstone. As a teacher, I am particularly keen to improve cycling conditions for children, so they can commute to school safely,"