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Neave twins


And don’t go breaking anything else!’

well we finally made it to the Excel London Motorcycle Show, despite Tim and I doing our level best last month to completely cripple ourselves. And what an event it was. We were there to do a flat-track style riding display and it was bloody brilliant fun. They split us into two teams; we were The Young Guns with Rich Cooper and Lee Jackson, and we were up against The Old Timers who were Carl Fogarty, Jamie Whitham, Ruben Xaus, Neil Hodgson and Chris Walker. The guys running it did say that we should take it in turns to let each other win… like that was ever going to happen. There was a big banked up corner and you could carry so much speed around it, but there was a rule that if you were in the lead you had to use the slower inside line, so that kept it all really close and exciting.

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