"Exploring the world means trying new things, meeting new people, living a bit."
Marching to the beat of his own drum, Hugh started his career in a non-traditional fashion, leaving the comfort of British Cycling for a Spanish Professional Continental squad. He picked up the nickname “Huge” when a Giro d’Italia announcer mispronounced his name. The nickname stuck and, along with his signature tongue wag, highlight his ability to dig deep.
Q&A with Hugh
Favorite local expression
Pulling my tripe-out; it means making a big effort, like in a race, you’d pull your tripe out. It’s quite local to Preston, where I’m from in the UK
Top travel tip
I have three. Be organized. Be punctual. Enjoy yourself.
What's on your reading list?
Haruki Murakami - Kafka on The Shore
Favorite TV show
The Office, the British Office, not the American Office, of course
If I could go anywhere in the world, I would go to
Cycling makes me feel
When I think of EF
I think smiling and fun, enthusiasm and passion for what we’re all doing, for the mission.