Stuart first rode a bicycle when he was five years old. Despite begging his father through tears to turn the video camera off while he repetitively fell off the bike, his dad continued to film, and the resulting footage is played back to him on most family occasions. These days, not much has changed. Stuart owns more bikes, but continues to fall off all of them, whether that be on trails, roads or pump tracks, on a regular basis. He also enjoys skiing as much as physically possible when the weather allows, making the most of the Scottish outdoors, and once even gave up an audition for the Weakest Link to get a feature interview for Mpora. So you know he's serious about this journalism malarkey.
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