Joshua is the senior mechanic at the West Midlands Workshop In Birmingham. He is a very keen cyclist and is as enthusiastic about fixing bikes as he is riding them! Throughout his childhood he always tinkered and repaired anything he could get his hands on including an old 1976 Honda CB125 motorbike which he later crashed and wrote off – opps! Joshua is also very enthusiastic about life and making the most of it, he often takes part in cycle camping and touring around Europe.

During his later years Joshua always wanted a vocation where he could use his skills and knowledge to help enrich other people’s lives, which this offers him. He thoroughly enjoys sharing his knowledge and helping other progress in their mechanical journey!

Written on: 01 Apr 2019 | Author: Amanda David


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