GUY MARTIN is a motorcycling daredevil, known for his record-breaking feats.
After incredible stunts, including jumping from a plane down to a beach in Normandy, 12,000 feet below, Guy Martin has stepped down from his daredevil antics, with his long-term girlfriend’s support- here’s all you need to know about Sharon Comiskey.
Who is Guy Martin’s partner Sharon Comiskey?
Sharon Comiskey is an Irish publisher currently living in the UK.
She is believed to have met Guy Martin in 2010 at a moped race in Ireland, at which time she was reported to have been working for a publishing company in Dublin.
Comiskey tends to keep to herself and is quite private, with her Instagram account not open to the public.
Her bio reads: Mum to Dot, Nigel, Steve, Layla cat. Some say better some lesser half to the formidable Guy. Trying to be the best version of a human I can be.
When did they get married and do they have kids?
Guy Martin and Sharon Comiskey are not married
Guy is adamant he does not want to get married, claiming: “She wants to get married, I’m not up for it.
“I’m not the marrying sort of man.
“No one trusts anyone. My missus obviously doesn’t trust me, that’s why she wants to get married.
“But I’m not bothered, I don’t need it. Getting married just to keep her happy is the wrong reason.
“I’m quite happy doing what I’m doing. I don’t cheat, I don’t f*** about.
“I can’t see that day ever coming.
“We’ve been together about seven years and she keeps wittering on about it.
“I just go to the default — nod, smile and agree.”
The couple welcomed their first child, a daughter called Dottie, on October 23rd 2017.
The motorbike racer revealed earlier this year in his autobiography We Need to Weaken the Mixture how the birth of his daughter “changed his life completely”.
He said: “Dot, no middle name, was born in Grimsby. I stayed up the top end during the birth.
“The doctors ended up cutting her out of the sunroof. I didn’t really want to see any of that.”
What happened to Guy Martin?
Some time after the birth of his daughter, Guy stepped down from his daredevil antics.
The TT legend said: “People still ask me why I don’t go back, and when they do they’re just showing a complete lack of understanding of the motivations involved in competing at a place like that.
“Going back because it’s what I did and I was sort of all right at it is not a good reason to race the TT.
“People still ask me why I don’t go back, and when they do they’re just showing a complete lack of understanding of the motivations involved in competing at a place like that,” said Martin in his fourth autobiographical book, We Need to Weaken the Mixture, which is due to be released in paperback in May.
“The years I raced might define me to some people, but it’s not what defines me to myself and it hasn’t for years,” Martin writes.
“Give me a day at Monkey World with Dot and Sharon instead.”
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