A highly motivated and robust UK Special Forces Operator, Titch has over 20 years' experience in conventional and covert operations, having joined the Royal Marines as a teenager.
Through training to be an expert in mobility, not only did he learn the thrills of riding off road, but he was responsible for moving all types of vehicles from A to B, through the world’s most hostile terrains, including Iraq and Afghanistan.
Titch left the forces in 2016, determined to combine the two things he loves – engineering and adventure – so built SBomb, a vintage workshop where he and his team build, transform and customise bespoke motorbikes, as seen on BBC 2’s “The Speedshop”.
Described as a ‘souped-up man-cave’, Titch renovated the derelict workshop and turned it into a community space for coffee, beers and mechanical magic! Alongside building and selling vintage motorcycles, Titch and the team also up-cycle modern and vintage furniture, pushing creations to the limit...read more
Titch was born in Hull, raised in Grimsby and made in the military, but was complete when he retired and built the SBomb, where he now spends most of his days. With his passion for bikes, Titch is an avid expedition rider and racer, having raced for The Royal Navy Royal Marines Road Race Team and competed in Motorcross and Enduro events.