Dirty Dozen with Steve Holcombe
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And here is what he had to say…
Dirt Hub: Do you have a Pre-Race Playlist you listen too, and if so name a couple of tracks that are on it?
Steve: I do, Its part of my race prep to listen to a playlist I have on Spotify. There’s some Sum 41, Drum & Bass & some pop remixes.
Dirt Hub: When was the last time you cried?
Steve: When I won the E3 title last year.
Dirt Hub: What is your favourite inspirational quote?
Steve: You’ve got to work hard to get it and twice as hard to maintain it!
Dirt Hub: Do you have any weird suspicions or pre-race rituals?
Steve: Yes quite a few, I have to put my left knee brace on first.
Dirt Hub: What drives you most to get up in the morning and go training?
Steve: That this job won’t last forever and I need to make the most of the opportunity I have been given.
Dirt Hub: If you didn’t race what sport would you play or take part in?
Steve: BMX racing or MTB racing.
Dirt Hub: What is your biggest Phobia?
Steve: Heights for sure, can’t stand them!
Dirt Hub: Who is your biggest sporting idol and why?
Steve: Mike Brown. I grew up watching him ride and was very inspired by him. Even ran the number 100 during some of my schoolboy MX days.
Dirt Hub: Where do you see yourself in five years time?
Steve: Healthy and If all goes well retired! haha just kidding, I’ve got a few more years left in me so hopefully still racing professionally in EGP or another discipline.
Dirt Hub: What is your all-time favourite movie?
Steve: Tough one, I’ve got a few! Fury, Pearl harbour, snatch.
Dirt Hub: Who has had the biggest impact on your career?
Steve: It’s very hard to say, I’ve been fortunate enough to have had and still have a massive amount of support in my corner. Firstly my parents, Daryl Bolter, Steve Plain, Rob Sartin, Jonty Edmunds, John Lampkin and the list goes on.
Dirt Hub: What is your philosophy on life?
Steve: Enjoy it, we only get one shot! Also, don’t sweat the small stuff!
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