Speaker / Host
Hugely successful TV presenter and movie maker Henry Cole is a fascinating and mesmerising speaker. He intertwines the highs and lows of his life experiences with his impressive business acumen. As a result his speeches are inspiring and truly memorable.
About Henry Cole
Henry Cole is a former heroin addict, war cameraman and is bonkers about motorbikes. He is instantly recognised around the world as the presenter of World’s Greatest Motorcycle Rides and The Motorbike Show. Additionally he currently presents a number of series such Shed and Buried and Find It, Dix It. Flog It.
Henry Cole was educated at Eton and has gone on to forge a career spanning some 32 years in the TV and movie industry.
He is currently best known worldwide as a TV Presenter immersing himself in his lifelong passion for motorcycles. Furthermore he is also instantly recognized for his passion for tinkering and restoring of vintage machinery. In addition, Henry runs his own TV production company which makes all the shows he presents.
Henry is a World Record Holder
The world land speed record holder for a pre 1955 750cc motorcycle Henry rides every year for Brough Superior and Gladstone on the Bonneville Salt Flats.
Henry is very public about his battle with Heroin addiction between the ages of 19 and 24. He is now 27 years clean but still is heavily involved in trying to help other addicts and share his experience in battling addiction
Along with motorcycles he is passionate about fishing, classic tractors, cycling and most importantly his wife Janie and his two sons Charlie and Tom.
"Henry can animate a room with his experience, credentials, humour and authenticity. He is a pure natural in communication able to talk to anyone and everyone. His own interest in people and their lives makes him a first class communicator!"
Gareth Williams - Scripps Networks
"Often drawing upon experiences from his fabulously colourful life thus far, Henry Cole makes for the perfect raconteur. Witty, engaging, open and honest, Henry never fails to hold his audience enthralled in whatever tale he is recounting."