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Georgia Wells describes herself as addicted to Enduro, crazy about animals, mad for music, daft for dancing, obsessed with MotoGP and generally awash with Red Bull. We know her as the most erudite enduro journalist we’ve ever met. This social media geek lives in Wiltshire with two Burmese cats and says her favourite perfume is the scent of two-stroke oil.
Chris Evans is a gastronomic refugee living in Paris. Born in England to a New Zealand mother, a Welsh father and now based in France he always manages to claim the winning side of any rugby match. His passions include exploring parts of France no-one’s ever heard of, with his dog Kenneth. He has a licence to fly drones, but the allegation he used one to spy on his attractive neighbour whilst she was undressing was never proven.
Gary Freeman - Gazza - is a full-time bike photographer with over two decades spent in the fields of MXGP and new model launches. In that time he’s worked with the best, be it Stefan Everts or Ryan Villipoto; and the worst - that’s probably RUST’s Si and JB. If he has a claim to fame it’s that Ricky Carmichael once mistook him for a Team GB MXdN rider - which probably says as much about how RC viewed our team as it does about Gazza.
Jon Bentman is the founding editor of Moto X magazine, and former editor of Enduro Extreme, Motorcycle Sport & Leisure and Kiwi Rider. He is a two-time winner of the New Zealand Dusk-till-Dawn Dog Sled Race and once edited Good Woodworking Magazine. Nevertheless he admits he doesn’t actually own a saw and all the shelves in his house in Kent are crooked.
Rick Kemp cut his teeth as an assistant photographer (and fluffer) at Vogue Studios. Riding from the age of 15 he raced enduro on a Yam IT175, worked on Dirt Bike Rider and scooped top journo at the inaugural Weston Beach Race. The former editor of F1 News and founder member of the Groucho club, he now lives with two dogs, an old Mercedes wagon and several motorcycles old and new. He is currently tuning up his Stannah stairlift.
Andy Riley is a cantankerous, hairy old biker, who has been designing magazines since ’81 (that’s 1881). He has worked on Custom Car, Hot Rod & Custom, Auto Performance, Automotive & Commercial Refinisher, Auto Trade, Heavy Duty, Back Street Heroes, Which Bike, Breaker, HOG, MotorCycle International and TBM. And in that time he has learnt virtually nothing. He still owns a Harley, though like him it hasn’t run in years.
David Knight is a three-time World Enduro champion (E3), twice American GNCC champion, 19 times British champion, double Erzberg Enduro winner, multi-time ISDE gold-medal winner and victor of countless other outdoor and indoor extreme enduros. He lives on the Isle of Man with his two dogs Daisy and Rosco. And loves to compete on old trials bikes with his brother. Occasionally he likes to vigourously polish his MBE medal.
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Warren Malschinger (aka Gunslinger) is a Saffa born Australian, pescatarian, reggae-loving dirt bike nut. He hides in plain view disguised as an owner of a private equity firm (and RUST) but secretly his true identity is an anarchistic motorcycle enthusiast. He lives in Guernsey in the Channel Islands with his wife, son and cat, Purlock Holmes. His favourite words are; travel, ride, anywhere…