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Meet Supergood Bracky

Updated: Mar 6

This is me, aka Supergood Bracky



This is my bike, well was, my lovely Triumph Bonneville se, I'm a big cafe racer, bobber & general custom bike fan, don't get me wrong I really love sports and adventure bikes however I always feel most at home on a bobber or custom.

My current bike is a Triumph Thruxton



As many of you will know my youngest boy is Autistic (born with a rare chromosome deletion) you may also know I'm a stay at home dad, this enables me to support and care for his needs before & after his school day Of those days he finds it difficult even to attend school.


My wife is main provider in our family and she does an amazing job, I work when I can as a freelance marketeer or at weekends when I can be found at MY MOTO in Leeds selling motorcycle clothing and bikes to the local Leeds and York riders.


My youngest is keen on anything outdoor and sports such as climbing, mountain biking and go karting. He enjoys sports that don’t require social conversations or interactions with groups… you may see us at the motorbike tracks youll most likely notice he has his favourite toys planted around the track as visual aids for him as well as liking them watching him... A lot of the motorcycle parks have got used to seeing him now and seeing me putting toys out on the side of the track💪🏼.




My eldest boy is also on the spectrum, a keen academic and is at university studying medicine, also a biker wannabe but a huge football fan (follows Reading FC) he joined me on the Leeds ride last year when he was a pillion passenger all the way in the pouring rain.

He will be helping me again with the rides in June and September 2021.

So riding for Autism is very important to me personally.


See you on the road soon.

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Hi. How do people get involved with this? I'm an Autistic adult, and maybe this is something I could get into? Thanks...

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Thanks Bracky. I'll join the ride from Buxton later in the year. Cheers.

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