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I made my small screen debut back in 2003 on a South African channel, giving my feedback on Suzuki's latest GSX-R600.
But in 2004 on a Men and Motors panel show called Top Ten Bikes, I finally got the chance to voice a few of my biking opinions on a British channel. Hosted by Louise Brady, the show gave me my first taste of working in a studio environment, something I felt that I was good at, and enjoyed being in front of the camera.
It's also an experience I repeated later in life with what can only be described as a thoroughly inept performance on ITV's Who Wants To Be A Millionaire. Let's just say that when I'm not on a motorcycle I haven't got the fastest fingers...