The 13-year-old bike trials competitor, from Dronfield Woodhouse, is a pupil at Dronfield Henry Fanshawe School. He won the Cadet category in the 2015 Bike Trial Federation UK National Trials Cup, winning his seventh British title.
Adam says: "In autumn 2015, it is currently the off season with just a handful of local events in the coming months. During this period I will be working on my core strength at the gym, working on various techniques on his bike and practicing bigger and harder obstacles.
"The first big event of the 2016 season will be an open international in France at Easter weekend (end of March) and I will remain in the Minime category (13-15 year olds) for international events.
"My aim is to build on his successful first season in this age group, competing in the Biketrial International Union World Championships in the Czech Republic with a podium place the target
"I will also be looking to secure top spot in both the European Championship and the European Cup after having a second and first place in 2015 in the respective events.
"One title that has eluded me so far is the UCI World Youth Games. In this event, the category is restricted to 13 and 14 year olds and after a third and a second previously I am hoping to go one place better and secure a gold medal in Germany in August 2016.
"In the short to medium term, I am aiming to add to my tally of two World Championships, two European Championships and three European Cups by building on his physical strength and technique to prepare myself for the big move into the full UCI World Cup in 2018."