larry hickmott, The journalist credited with covering the most events and bikes in the UK.
His website and social media feeds are often the first with the news from around
the uk cycling scene.
Larry is at the forefront of reporting, photography and domestic sport.
Gary Main has come late in to the cycling photography game after been gainfully employed in the RAF for 31 years. Always a keen photographer since his teens but it has only since he left the RAF that he found that he had the time to follow his love of photographing cycling. This after seeing the Tour De France in 1994 on a corner of a high street of Whitchurch. A dodgy photo later an idea form in his head. Move on 20 years later and the advent of digital camera gave him the tools to captures moments that tell a story in the moment of taking.
He started to make a name for himself after a chance conversation in his local bike shop asking about his future trip to Calpe to work with the Metaltek Kuota and was introduced to Dan Bigham who had accommodation there. During 2017 worked mainly in the summer with Metaltek and Team KGF in the road off season. In 2018 after the demise he was commissioned by Phil Jones of Brother to cover all Brother teams without their own photographer.
In this time, it gave him the freedom to cover other teams that did not have a photographer with Gary experience. He is a very good technical photographer but is better known for showing the person behind the helmet. A very hard working and passionate photographer who works tirelessly to ensure every photo he takes tells a story and it is a credit for the subject in his picture.
He has covered a multitude of races as diverse Worlds championships to the Melton classic and the local 10 mile time trials. His hope is that a photo of Peter Segan is just as good as a local club rider and it the person on the bike and team supporting them is the important element to any good shot.
SAINT PIRAN IN THE MEDIA
CYCLING PLUS MAGAZINE (SEPTEMBER 2019)
This season, our rider joe evans has been writing a journal for the british continental website, below are links to these journals
Introducing Joe Evans - https://thebritishcontinental.co.uk/2019/01/22/rider-journals-introducing-joe-evans/
Staying true to who I am - https://thebritishcontinental.co.uk/2019/02/04/joe-evans-journal-staying-true-to-who-i-am/
It’s not all about the bike - https://thebritishcontinental.co.uk/2019/04/10/joe-evans-journal-its-not-all-about-the-bike/
Why can’t I concentrate? - https://thebritishcontinental.co.uk/2019/03/10/joe-evans-journal-why-cant-i-concentrate/
Cameron Jeffers crowned first ever British e-racing champions
read all about how cameron jeffers became the first ever british mens e-racing national champion and in doing so earning that famous national jersey.
ROHRS & ROWE MAGAZINE (JUNE 2019)
DRIFT MAGAZINE (AUG 2019)
CORNWALL LIVING MAGAZINE (2019)
FIND THE BALANCE MAGAZINE (JAN. 2019)
Business Cornwall (2019)
CORNWALL TODAY (2018)
FIND THE BALANCE MAGAZINE (NOV 2018)