Olympic Cycling Medallist, Bryan Steel, started cycling at the age of 14 after his older brother encouraged him to try it out. He immediately enjoyed cycling and decided to pursue a career in the sport. Bryan was a member of GB National cycling team for eighteen years and made a major contribution to the success of the Team Pursuit squad. His international career began in 1990 where he represented England at the Commonwealth Games. Since then he has racked up an impressive collection of medals including four World Championship silvers, a World Championship bronze, a Commonwealth Games Silver, an Olympic Bronze and an Olympic Silver in the Team Pursuit. A silver medal in the Individual Pursuit at the National Championships in 2003 reminded everyone of his talent riding solo.
Now retired, Bryan is continuing to work in sport for a number of charities and associations. He worked as relationship manager for RAMP (Respect Athlete Mentor Programme) a former government funded scheme working with the former "respect areas" which supports disaffected and disengaged young people in order to develop a different pathway in life though sport. Bryan has designed and delivered Athlete Support Programmes for Sport Nottinghamshire and Sport Lincolnshire gifted and talented schemes. Bryan now uses his planning and performing experience to deliver inspirational and motivational workshops to support you in being “the best you can be”.