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Reed: The emotions got the best of me

Reed: The emotions got the best of me
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Chad Reed says the emotions of the his last ever A1 got the best of him but that he was able to take it all in, as he begins his last ever supercross season.

“I achieved taking it all in but fell victim to taking it all on,” said the Aussie in a thankful post.

“I promised myself to do my best to take it all in, I can honestly say I soaked it all up from the press conference to the racing.

”The support from the fans, industry and close friends was something I will never forget. When childhood heroes drop by your truck to wish you luck and share a few personable conversations, that really hits home.

On his racing that saw Chad finish 18th after going to the LCQ, Reed still showed the competitive fire burns. “The emotion got the best of me and my on track performance was less than acceptable. Sometimes I wish I didn’t care so much, but the truth is I care so freakin much and want to make my people and fans proud. I’m excited I get 15 more tries.”

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What a weekend ! I promised myself to do my best to take it all in, I can honestly say I soaked it all up from press conference to the racing. The support from the fans, industry and close friends was something I’ll never forget When childhood heroes drop by your truck to wish you luck and share a few personable conversations that really hits home I achieved taking it ALL in but fell victim to taking it all ON. The emotions got the best of me and my on track performance was less than fun or acceptable Sometimes I wish I didn’t care so much, but truth is I care so freakin much and want to make my people and fans proud. I’m excited I get 15 more tries 🙌🏻 THANKS FOR ALL THE SUPPORT #onelastride

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