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His love of biking grew in Cleveland though, thanks to the many bike trails there.
His interest in biking trickled off when he got his driver's license, but it was renewed when he started dating his wife, Dana, whose dad was interested in biking.
“It's a very tricky one and I don’t know if I can do it. On my last Instagram post tell me whether I should or shouldn't? ” So it seems she’s left it up to the public to decide whether or not she will join the show.
But will Channel 5 bosses be happy that she’s already potentially confirmed her place on the series?
Santer introduced four characters in January, Mr Lister, a new market inspector; Christian Clarke, the brother of Jane Beale and two members of the Branning family, Selina and Penny.
In March, he introduced Jalil Iqbal, a new love interest for Shabnam Masood and in April he introduced Ricky Butcher's fiancée, Melinda as well as Bianca Jackson's children, Whitney, Morgan and Tiffany.
Toledo isn't known for being a particularly bike-friendly city, but Jordan Justice is trying to change that.
He's the founder and board president of the Toledo Bike Coalition, which he started in January 2016 with other bike-lovers in the city.
Justice moved from Cleveland to Toledo when he was 10 years old, so he feels like he's from the city.
While Amir opened up about how "hard" the family feud has been for him as wife Faryal has been involved in a dispute with them over her conduct and way she dresses.
He said: "It's very hard for me right in middle of it.
Also in April he introduced Denise Fox's ex-husband, Lucas Johnson, and Opal Smith, the aunt of Gus and Juley Smith.reports a deal has been verbally agreed for the two to meet in what would be the highest-profile bout to be staged in Britain for years.
Manchester and Khan’s hometown of Bolton in the northwest of England have been lined up as potential venues to host the fight.Their goal is to make Toledo a city where everyone's comfortable biking, and their first mission is to make area businesses more bike-friendly.