Diary of a rookie racer Part 1

the time most reach their 40s, the majority of those who participate in scooter racing are possibly thinking of retiring or already have done so. At the age of 41, some may think it is a bit late to get started, but why not if you are fit and have the hunger to compete? Justin Offland has entered the ‘production class’, which since its introduction in 2016 has proved to be a huge success.

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