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INTERVIEW: STAYING PRO

PHOTOGRAPHY GEOFF WAUGH

You’ve seen them in the magazines; we’ve seen them on our TV screens. Professional riders that is. We are bombarded by new ‘edits’ on a daily basis; they come at us via our devices and occasionally in a widescreen premiere – each one striving for added gnar. And that’s just the video part of the pro game. On any weekend, racers come out in their droves to act as fast-moving placards for their sponsors. To walk the walk and, especially, talk the talk.

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