Gary Small

Product Engineer, LEVC

About Gary Small

25 Years in the automotive industry, involved in new projects - focusing on Chassis, Steering and Brakes systems. I am now looking for new opportunities. Have been involved in / exposed to a number of conservation / geological projects in the past - e.g. Riomuchacho Organic Farm, Bahia, Ecuador; Tambopata Reserve, Peru; Analysis of the effects of cataclysmic floods in Iceland. Am also a keen outdoors enthusiast - have climbed Kilimanjaro in Tanzania, Cotopaxi in Ecuador and El Misti, Chachani in Peru, and Jbel Toubkal in Morocco. At home in the UK, I am a keen cyclist, having recently completed a John O'Groats to Land's End ride in 2019. I also maintain a large garden, growing some food, keeping bees and chickens and trying to create a haven for wildlife! I have always been interested in conservation and would like to utilise my transferable skills in this area or other environmental research and development projects.

Which category below best describes the type of organisation you currently work for/or run?

Private-sector company or business

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Project/programme management

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No

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Oct 26, 2020
Replying to Beth Robinson

Hello Gary! Good to hear about your background and plans for the future. What long cycle rides have you done? I'm a big cycle fan myself.

Hi Beth, All of my big rides have been in the UK. Mostly sportives, but also some self supported rides - Southampton to Ipswich, London to Manchester and last year - John O'Groats to Lands End ..... how about you?