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mrlapadite:

“That year I was the youngest Pro Continental rider in the world. I look back now and I think I was maybe a little too young—in terms of both maturity levels and actual physical talent—but circumstances make it tough to tell in hindsight. It was a tough year: I crashed a scooter in Bermuda shortly after I signed, and it took me until March the following year before I could train properly. By that time I was going to college and living in the dorms. I was as responsible as your average eighteen year-old; I lived like your average college freshman, except I had a job1 and I trained all the time. I slept maybe an average of five hours a night. And that knee didn’t come around for quite a while.”
http://www.manualforspeed.com/pro-tour/a-baptism-of-fire/

mrlapadite:

“That year I was the youngest Pro Continental rider in the world. I look back now and I think I was maybe a little too young—in terms of both maturity levels and actual physical talent—but circumstances make it tough to tell in hindsight. It was a tough year: I crashed a scooter in Bermuda shortly after I signed, and it took me until March the following year before I could train properly. By that time I was going to college and living in the dorms. I was as responsible as your average eighteen year-old; I lived like your average college freshman, except I had a job1 and I trained all the time. I slept maybe an average of five hours a night. And that knee didn’t come around for quite a while.”

http://www.manualforspeed.com/pro-tour/a-baptism-of-fire/

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We are nothing.
We are the dirt beneath your feet.
And no one cared who I was until I put on the mask.

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Regular and Variant edition screen prints. Part of the Gizmos and Gadgets art show at the Bottleneck Gallery.

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