GB Cycling Team Member helps out at Positive Cycles

With the lockdown temporarily preventing some people doing their normal daily jobs, volunteering to help in the community has been on the increase, and we're pleased and proud to have Adam Bonser, who is a Research and Innovation Engineer with the Great Britain Cycling Team, helping out at Positive Cycles.

Adam's normal role involves developing and testing cutting edge equipment for our athletes to use, and most recently he's been working on the exciting new bike to be ridden at the now postponed Tokyo Olympic Games. Prior to this he worked as a Race Mechanic for the team, and worked at over 100 international competitions including the Rio Olympic Games in 2016.

Adam has told us that he "wanted to help Positive Cycles because it’s such a fantastic cause and one that I can really help with, the guys there are doing an incredible job and I’m proud to be able to help where I can. I’ve been involved in all things bicycle most of my life, (in fact my first job as a young teenager was at Oldham Cycle Centre just round the corner) so it’s great to see the increasing demand for bikes, and the mechanic in me never wants to see a good bike go to waste".


Adam Bosner Positive Cycles