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2009 Toronto Motorcycle Show
By David Hensby

The Canadian Speedway Racing Association was present together with the Welland County Motorcyle Club, at the 2009 Toronto Motorcycle show. The event was attended by record crowds throughout the 3 days. The event was well supported by the Association's membership and riders. New Junior rider, Tommy Hensby was there proudly supporting Kyle Legault's kevlars and race bib. Tommy worked hard to promote Kyle's 2009 UK campaign with the Poole Pirates as well as, his own future endeavours in Canada. Sister Emily, was also supporting the kevlars of Canada's #1 rider Jeff Orosz, who won 2 awards for his 2008 seasonal success.

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This article was first published on 22nd January 2009

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