Joshua Antonio Torres Bryceland, known as Josh Bryceland, and commonly referred to by his nickname, Ratboy, born 23 March 1990, in Manchester is a professional downhill mountain biker, who lives in Higher Poynton, Cheshire, England. He entered his first race at 10. Andy Kyffin signed him to his Northwest Mountain Bike Centre team. He won regional and national junior titles. One of his father's friends, Steve Peat signed him to his Royal Racing team. Bryceland was Junior World Cup Series Champion in 2007 and finished 9th in the Elite Men's race of the Maribor World Cup round. After 2016 he left the Santa Cruz Syndicate team to pursue Enduro racing. Josh has since left the team and is now riding as a Freerider and brand ambassador for Cannondale Cycles. In 2008 Bryceland followed Peat to the Santa Cruz Syndicate racing team and won the junior world championship in Val di Sole, Italy.
|Full name:||Joshua Antonio Torres Bryceland|
|Nickname:||Miami Bryce, Jose Ratland, Ratboy|
|Born:||March 23, 1990|
|Height:||6 ft 1 in (185.42 cm)|
|Weight:||161 lb (73.03 kg)|
|Current team:||Cannondale Cycles|
About Josh Bryceland
Between 2006 and 2014, this English-born mountain biker won numerous downhill biking competitions, including four British National Mountain Biking Championships and three UCI Mountain Bike World Cups.
He joined his first professional mountain biking team, the Northwest Mountain Bike Centre, in 2005 and won his first youth title at the European Mountain Bike Championships the following year.
In 2008, he became a member of the Santa Cruz Syndicate professional team.
He was born in Manchester, England, and he later settled in Cheshire.
In 2007, he raced for Steve Peat's Royal Racing team.
Information related to Josh Bryceland
- Santa Cruz Syndicate - The Santa Cruz Syndicate, is a professional mountain bike racing team sponsored by Santa Cruz Bikes, competing in the World Cup and World Championships, as well as national level events, in the downhill category.
- Downhill mountain bikers
- English male cyclists
- Sportspeople from Manchester