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Conor Cummins plans to bounce back from his horrific 2010 Isle of Man TT crash with a return to the event in 2011.

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Sweeble

March 10, 2011 1:36 PM

I just can't believe how focussed and hard road bike racers are, most mortals would have retired, but it's great to see him back. Given that Conor was on the pace and leading when he had his accident, I would say that he has unfinished business and could be a star of the future. See you at Brands Conor and welcome back, but please, be careful!!

Missy Dee - Unregistered

March 10, 2011 10:56 PM


Fantastic news (for a change)! Here's to seeing you blast past me at Barregarrow in June, Conor. In the meantime, take it steady(ish) & watch that poor ol' bod - ya hear! Marvelous scenes X

Buzz Beurling - Unregistered

March 12, 2011 11:27 AM

what an absolute psychotic hero...

having seen the pics of his injuries and what condition he was in...lets face it and no offence to connor..he should be dead...this is astonishing...

i'd love to see him on the top step at the tt this year...he's a legend already as far as i'm concerned..go get em connor!!

Big Nige - Unregistered

March 14, 2011 7:26 PM

This is fantastic news. It just proves how tough top level bike racers are.
If this was a wendy ball player who tripped over his poodles lead it would be the end of his £200000 a week.
But no this super hero gets back on and goes again.
Go on Conor

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