Random Adventure presents Graeme Obree There's little to say about Graeme that hasn't already been said, a maverick, a genius, his mental health and his run ins with the UCI. Graeme Obree was one of the UK's top cyclists. During an eventful career, he twice broke the prestigious world hour record (1993 and 1994) and became World Champion for the 4Km pursuit in 1993 and 1995. He was also well known for his innovative approach to bike design and aerodynamics. He invented new positions to gain the maximum aerodynamic advantage. His successful cycling career was undertaken against a backdrop of personal turmoil, in which he suffered periods of depression. He wrote a best selling book of his life 'The Flying Scotsman'- this was later turned into a feature-length film. Graeme comes back to Lancashire to talk about his hour records, old faithful, beastie, bipolar and anything else. His talks are unique and refreshing.