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Matthew Birt  says:

Danny Kent to get training tips from James Toseland

Danny Kent will embark on a rigorous training regime with former World Superbike champion James Toseland to build up strength ahead of his first season in the Moto2 world championship in 2013. The British teenager kicked off his 2013 pre-season preparations with a test double header in Valencia and Albacete last week on board the Tech 3 Racing Mistral 610 machine. Kent,...

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SLIGHTLYMAD

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SLIGHTLYMAD says:

JT training tips?

1. stay on the bike!

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MrKrabs

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MrKrabs says:

Stiggy

My remarks were slightly over the top and I apolagise for that, I just dont get how you can show such complete contempt for a guy that has acheived so much and appears (from the comments of those who have met him) to also be a thoroughly nice chap.

As far spouting abuse goes you should read your last post, nothing about bike's just pure hatred and bile.

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

It didn`t

go too well in MotoGP for JT, but there`s no shame in that. 

I don`t undertstand why some folk feel hatred for the guy, like he went out there and failed on purpose and it cost them their house or something, or they feel somehow personally affronted by his results. 
I know this is internet-land where weirdo `s feel the need to mouth off, but this is crazy. 
There`s nothing much wrong about J.T. As I understand it he came from very humble beginnings and went on to be very wealthy, married a doozy and was top of his profession. 
There`s nothing to hate here guys move on.
Supermario, nobody mentioned tips on riding a bike. Just to repeat the article....training tips, upper body, muscle, fitness.

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supermario

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supermario says:

It was directed at the

previous postee you cheeky monkey

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cheekymonkey

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cheekymonkey says:

Ah!

went back. Had a look. It was Mr Cornballs mistake.

I suppose it depends on how they get on if any riding tips will be either dispensed or indeed acted upon. 
I`m not sure they`ll be needed actually the boy Kent had a great 2nd half of season and I hope he goes well. 

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

Cheekymonkey

There's no mistake on my part, Danny's lucky to have JT backing him, he's been helping him with his riding this season, and has even given him his 52 plate, because he has faith in the lad, and now he's giving him further help throughout the winter with his fitness and training. There was nobody fitter than JT and NH, and JT was a worthy double WSB champion on the 'non works' fireblade.  It's no disgrace he didn't do as well as expected in MotoGP, that doesn't undermine his ability to help Danny.  

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supermario

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supermario says:

No wuckas

me old fruit. JT is one of those marmite guys I think. I've personally got nothing against him, he rode brilliantly in WSB, but his Motogp career was lack lustre.

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

OMG...please....please

No more Brits riders stuff. Conjure up the picture when you hear the names of Dani Pedrosa, Casey Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo, Valentino Rossi, Simoncelli, Marc Marquez, Andrea Ianonne. What you visualize are very fast riders and the stuff Champions are made of. They are all of the gene pool that are thoroughbreds, NOT FARM HORSES.

Conjure up a vision of Brit Riders and you do not see thoroughbreds,  but a weary, plodding farm horse, toiling for 50 years in the sun.

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airbornetrooper

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Wow...

u brits, i don't get it!...toesland a great rider and personality.  either it's envy, jealousy or both.  yeah; he didn't cut it in motogp.  so what, how many other riders have fallen by the way-side?  they don't seem to attract the attention he does, plenty of failed riders out there for sure, they all have their own reasons for not making it at the highest level. WSBK was/is full of so-called rejects.  there's no doubt, however, that james know's a thing or two about fitness levels and training also, good for him that he's helping one of his own.

milky bars, if you don't like the brits and are irritated by the comments (this being a british site)...then don't read it, or you may be eating your own words next season...

by the way, well said cornbowl....

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princeofrepsol

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Show pony more likely...

Look at the daft poofs hair, what is he managed by Simon Cowell? One direction only for Mr Kent, backwards! lololol.

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