About Leon Poultney
Leon’s journalistic career spans almost 20 years, forged in the halcyon days of men’s lifestyle mags, where he worked for the likes of the now defunct Maxim, FHM and ZOO Magazine.
After a long time in London, he can now be found on the south coast, bobbing around in the English Channel, sweatily climbing the Purbecks on a gravel bike or surfing.
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