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In my racing career I have seen many of my friends fallen and badly injured and that is why I am such a strong supporter of the Rider Down Foundation. I personnally had a friend who was paralized while racing and these people are angles on the ground. It is a non profilt organization dedicated to helping up downed riders of all walks of life. I incourage everyone to visit the website at RiderDown and help spread the word of this worthy foundation and what they do to keep us all riding.

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This looks like a very worthy cause. I am going to donate.

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