Ross Sharp has enthused about motorcycles to anyone that would listen since his first ride on one aged six. He’s owned over 50 since then, and puts his subsequent mechanical knowledge down to buying inappropriate wrecks in order to make a quick buck.
After a decade of working within the historic collector car and racing world he reignited his first love of anything two wheeled. These days Ross has the enviable task of writing about bikes for a day job as editor of The Bike Shed, and curating exhibits for our shows.
Away from talking and writing about bikes, he builds and races them. His flattrack exploits have been fairly well documented on social media thanks to a flamboyant and committed style—if not winning races he endeavours to put on a show.