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Bradshaw takes the Woolly glory!

Former British Supercross champion Nev Bradshaw took victory on a borrowed 125 Yamaha two-stroke in the traditional Wild and Woolly Boxing Day scramble at Blisworth, Northants. In the longest-running motorcycle race in the world, held over an hour over tough terrain including stream crossings, British championship rider Bradshaw – who only lives a few miles from the track – took the win from former British enduro champion Ady Smith with Mathew Smith third. Fourth was enduro ace and former Woolly winner Jack Lee, who beat another ex-winner and FMX rider Ryan Griffiths.

Check out these cool shots from ace lensman Dick Law!

Always a muddy mess at the Woolly!
Always a muddy mess at the Woolly!
Chas Lee (250 Beta) gets wild!
Chas Lee (250 Beta) gets wild!
Ady Smith (300 KTM) leads Nev Bradshaw (125 Yamaha)
Ady Smith (300 KTM) leads Nev Bradshaw (125 Yamaha)
Phil White struggles
Phil White struggles
Edward Kelly (450 Yamaha) splashes through
Edward Kelly (450 Yamaha) splashes through
Ady Smith took second
Ady Smith took second

 

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