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Between Texas and Jerez I moved out of the family home in Oxford to Andorra. It's another change in my life and an important step. You have to grow up at one point although I don't like to admit it. I'm really proud of my new place and soon as the snow disappears I'll be out on the trials bike up in those mountains.

I just can't believe how much stuff you have to buy to make a house. I just thought a couple of beds, a fridge and TV would be perfect but didn't have a clue about sheets, duvets, pillow cases, kitchen utensils and cups . You name it and I'd forgotten about it. The bills are mounting up.

To celebrate my new independence I decided it was time for a Mohican haircut, using everything I've got before inevitable baldness strikes. My hairdresser told me there is only one hairstyle I can have. While I can do something with it I don't mind doing something extreme because time is running out fast!


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rod99 - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 12:16 PM
Last Edited 392 days ago

MOTO GP is the Pinnacle of the sport, it's not a place to learn. What ever route you come through you must have shone and achieved, or be some exceptional freaktype talent worthy of a top ride as a rookie, ala MM who has achieved aswell. BS hasn't done any of these things. If because of the financial crisis we are going to allow riders to learn while being there, then do it on a CRT bike not one that a capable rider could get results on.

Hemmy - Unregistered

May 08, 2013 9:59 AM

Bradley is doing a good job and progressing each and every race. That's all what is expected of a rookie and the people who matter realise this. Lets rewind 2 years ago and we saw similar commetns being made about Cal, and look what he's doing now. Cal has proven the doubters wrong and im confident that Bradley with follow a similar path. The people who post garbage are the people who don't understand racing and the sport. Its as simple as that.

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