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Join host Leonard Duncan, a seasoned Racer/Mechanic with over 30 years of experience in the ATV industry, as he shares his unparalleled perspective and invites your favorite motorsports heroes to engage in captivating discussions. Embark on an exhilarating journey through the episodes of this extraordinary podcast, where the thrilling storyline unfolds, exploring all things related to the world of motorsports.
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Sports Reality

Rike Akande & Jeremy John

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The Sports Reality is brought to you by 2 HUGE sports fans living in the DMV Jeremy and Rike. They're here to provide the real aspects of the sports world with facts & their own opinions. All this is done while using highlights & music to merge the sports & entertainment world. The most popular segment is the Sports Reality Q & A. This segment allows the hosts to use social networks to let the public have their voice heard on each show. So take a listen & enjoy.
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The SEND Network Podcast

The SEND Network Podcast

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The SEND Network Podcast is produced by the SEND Network, and provides expert insight to help practitioners in the special educational needs and disabilities sector to shape their practice. New episodes are released every Wednesday.
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JRockin It Podcast

Justin JRock Castillo

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JRIP is a podcast with mixed guest. I love to learn about people and the habits they have created to be who they are today. I believe everyone has a story of who they are and how they got there. I'm looking to bring guest who will help us learn, motivate, and inspire others. This is a conversation with JRock!
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Julian never would have guessed after riding the Ironman in Vegas to Reno that he would be in Mexico riding a YZ 450 3-Wheeler for the first time. Racing flat-track 3-wheelers and 4-wheelers for most of his life, desert racing was not on Julian's radar until it became a reality. The 3-wheeler industry is small but consists of a devoted group of loy…
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In this episode of the SEND Network Podcast, Izzy is joined by Catrina Lowri, a Neurodiversity and Inclusion consultant with lived experience working as a neurodivergent teacher, employee and employer. They discussed how to support neurodiverse teachers in your school. We covered a range of topics, including: Universal support for all teachers Movi…
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Megan Van Cleve grew up with a father who raced in the desert and volunteered for Best in the Desert. She shares her love for the Nevada desert and her experiences. In this episode, Megan discusses what the organization plans to do about entries and their strategy to grow their reach on social media. The main goal is to explore the organization's p…
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Jason Zittel was introduced to motocross (MX) at a young age, during the end of the 250R era, where he learned to build 2-stroke engines on a budget. Coming from a military family, Jason followed the tradition and started learning to ride ATVs at a farm in New York, which helped foster his love for ATV riding. At the age of 12, Jason raced his firs…
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In this episode of the SEND Network Podcast, Izzy is joined by Speech and Language Therapist, Juliet Leonard. They discuss practical takeaways for supporting children with speech, language and communication needs (or SLCN). The key areas covered are: Identifying SLCN Universal approaches Targeted Support And more information about what Speech and L…
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Cynthia Prefontaine's life was once dominated by racing quads, a time when living, sleeping, and racing these vehicles shaped her everyday existence. Her experience working with one of the largest shock manufacturers gave her a unique insight into the world of motorsports. In 2021, during Episode 46, Cynthia discussed a rally in Morocco known as th…
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Wrangell Gubler burst onto the three-wheeler scene by winning the Vegas to Reno race on a Honda ATC 350X, completing the event solo—an achievement previously thought impossible. In 2023, Wrangell was invited to join a team for the Norra, a staged rally race in Baja California, Mexico, resembling a traditional rally. Following the event, Wrangell an…
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David Ham, a champion three-wheeler racer, has spent countless hours exploring the Arizona and Nevada deserts. His experience spans across various off-road vehicles, including ATCs, ATVs, and UTVs. After a standout 2022 season with three championship titles and another two in 2023, David is preparing for a unique approach in 2024. For David, there …
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In this episode, we’re joined by sensory specialist Joanna Grace to discuss hidden sensory difficulties in the classroom. This podcast episode features discussion on: How a classroom setting can affect a child’s sensory needs Visual processing differences Strategies to use in the classroom There are many sensory processing differences out there, so…
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Jacob Stevens, a former MX and off-road racer, retired earlier than anticipated—a story all too common among professional athletes facing life-altering injuries. Racing, inherently risky, exposes participants to potential injuries that can be life-changing. Before relocating to the East Coast, Jacob Stevens competed in WORCS races. After moving, he…
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Ian Thomas grew up in the northeastern United States where ATVs were essential tools for hunting and property maintenance. As a youth, Ian and his cousins would sneak away to ride the 4x4 utility quads, joyously navigating them through mud repeatedly. College and a serendipitous connection through football introduced Ian to sport ATVs. A teammate's…
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Welcome back for season FOUR of the SEND Network Podcast! It’s no secret that being a SENCO can be stressful as well as at times a lonely job. Sometimes you may be so focused on your students learning and wellbeing, that you neglect your own mental health needs. As part of Stress Awareness Month, Lorraine Petersen provides tips on how to look after…
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A casual discussion about shock setups on a 700 Raptor evolves into a captivating story about building a new machine tailored for Jason's son. While the 700 Raptor was enjoyable on trails, it didn’t meet Jason’s expectations for cross-country (XC) style trails or country trails featuring motocross-style jumps. Jason Blunt and I explored many differ…
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This episode delves into the essence of what makes a legend and explores who gets to decide that status. It poses the question: In the world of motocross, can Joe Byrd return to competitive racing form? Is it possible to achieve the race weight, and if so, will his mental strength match his physical revival? Motocross is a sport that demands both p…
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In this exhilarating episode, we delve into Braxton Grosse's remarkable journey across the competitive terrains of WORCS and GNCC racing. Kicking off his season on the West Coast with the WORCS race in January 2024, Braxton quickly made waves by securing a podium finish—2nd place—early in March. Despite a harrowing incident in WORCS Round 2, his re…
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This episode uncovers the origins of Michael Seger's journey in the 4x4 quad racing world. Starting by building and repairing friends' quads to offset costs, Michael found his calling in racing and modifying UTVs, marking the true beginning of his career. Unlike many enthusiasts who drift towards sport quads, Michael remains true to his roots as a …
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It's Neurodiversity Celebration Week! To mark this important week, we are joined by friend of the podcast, Cheryl Warren. Cheryl and Izzy discuss the importance of celebrating neurodiversity and how to be a neuroaffirming educator and SENCO. This is the final episode of series three, so thanks for coming along! Make sure you keep an eye on the SEND…
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In the mid-1980s, the 200X emerged as a legendary machine, unparalleled in handling and durability, requiring only minor modifications to stand out. This episode dives into the era's shift from 3-wheelers to 4-stroke quads, spotlighting the 250X - a model not extensively covered in literature or discussions. Riders of this era were pioneers, crafti…
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For this episode, Izzy is joined by Duncan Casburn, aka PDA Dad UK, to discuss unmasking neurodivergence in the classroom. Many neurodivergent people mask as a way to disguise parts of themselves to better fit in with those around them. This episode looks at: The effects of masking How to encourage neurodivergent students to unmask Pathological Dem…
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Wrestling might have been Steven Harrell's life, but his heart was always set on the thrill of riding and a deep-seated desire to race. Despite his father's emphasis on academics and school sports, an unexpected turn of events during the COVID-19 pandemic provided Steven with an opportunity to chase his dreams. The narrative explores how Steven's f…
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Coming off the best season of his life in 2023, Bryce Ford is looking to improve upon it in 2024. In 2022, being selected for Team USA and winning the Invitational out west set the stage for his successful 2023 season. In 2023, with two wins, a second-place finish in points, and another selection for Team USA in Italy, Bryce seemed to glide effortl…
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This episode of the SEND Network Podcast tackles intersectionality between race and SEND. This is part two of our conversation with Frances, in which we discuss positive action that educators and schools can take to help tackle discrimination against a student's race and disability. Topics discussed in this episode include: Unconscious bias A diver…
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Starting out on motorcycles and three-wheelers for fun, Roy Dains found his passion reignited when the '85 quad racer hit the scene, spurred on by the encouragement of his friend Bill Loots. It was the spring of '86 when Roy made his debut at the GNCC, marking the beginning of an unforgettable journey in his racing career. Roy's racing career kicke…
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Cole Richardson, the two-time XC2 title holder, has transitioned into the XC1 class with hopes of clinching the coveted XC1 title, solidifying his status as one of the greats. With his best finishes this year being 3rd place, his pursuit remains strong. Amidst the myriad of challenges riders face, from marriage to family and building businesses, Co…
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This episode of the SEND Network Podcast tackles intersectionality between race and SEND. Inclusivity is a major talking point within education. However, sometimes this doesn’t materialise for pupils from ethnic minorities, especially when in need of additional support. Frances Akinde joins Izzy Felton to explore why this is, what it means for stud…
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Join us as we delve into Tom Tokay's world, where the thrill of 3-wheeler riding became a lifelong passion. Exploring diverse terrains with his buddies, little did they realize that the bonds forged would stand the test of time. Tom reveals that his daily riding escapades, covering a 10-mile course, had a subtle motive from his mom—to keep him out …
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Amidst life's chaos, including a new proposal, getting a puppy, planning a wedding, and developing a new 1000 Can-Am, rain is making training difficult while traveling to Florida and surrounding states. Cody Collier, determined to maintain his hard-earned #1 spot, faces the 2024 season with even greater challenges than last year. Determined not to …
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For episode two of series three, Sharon Smith joins host Izzy Felton to discuss including children with Down’s syndrome in the classroom. Sharon advises ways to implement a whole school inclusive culture and provides insight into her daughter's experiences in a mainstream school. The episode breaks whole school inclusivity into three sections: Incl…
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What began as setting up a seemingly random episode with Bob Kline turned into a meeting I could never have dreamed of—Bob, a Black Water 4 Stroke winner, and Hannah Hunter, the 3-time WXC Champion. Revealing the transition from an old-school 3-wheeler cross-country racer to a young 4-wheeler racer, the fire burns the same in their eyes despite alm…
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In this episode, we delve into the era when 2-strokes dominated and aftermarket ruled the world. Adam McGill, born perhaps a bit late for that time, left a clear impact on his era by racing 4-strokes and leaving a lasting mark. Building a reputation for hard work and guts, forged from old-school iron and metal when pain was welcome, and glory was j…
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The SEND Network podcast is back for a third season! Dr Tracy Packiam Alloway joins host Izzy Felton to discuss how to support children who have difficulties with maths, also known as dyscalculia. Tracy explains the what, where and why of dyscalculia, and then focuses on the different strategies educators can use to support children and young peopl…
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Brandon Frazier was introduced to ATV riding as a young man, instantly connecting with the four-wheeled machine. With grassroots growth, Brandon emerged from a family of ATV enthusiasts, transitioning from trail riding to competing in the local Florida Cross Country series. Racing 30-40 times a year on Sport ATVs locally and Pro 4x4 in GNCC, Brando…
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Delving into Dirt Wheels Magazine throughout the years; the publication has been here, providing the information needed to grow the sport or showcase the cool new things. Have they always gotten it right? Well, who has? The talk on the web is, who are these guys, and what do they know about ATVs or UTVs? Here it is: Cain Smead, a former racer turne…
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Dave Scott, a silent force in the desert racing scene, has been an unquestionable asset to winning teams over the decades. Growing up in a small New Mexico town, Dave raced on a 350X, honing his skills unknowingly destined for a historic quad racing career. Dave Scott clinched his first title in Best Of the Desert and went on to secure multiple tit…
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Explore the transformative journey of a new Yamaha 3-wheeler build with Wrangel Gubler, featuring innovative GubTech modifications to enhance both engine and chassis. Join us as we speed through Mexico and navigate the challenging terrain of Nevada, showcasing the 3-wheeler's improved handling and speed capabilities. Delve into Wrangel Gubler's exp…
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Join a conversation with West Coast 3-wheeler enthusiasts and racers - David Ham, Dave Wylie, and Wrangle Gubbler. Rebuilding the 3-wheeler industry requires a collective effort from passionate collectors and dedicated sellers. Delving into the safety aspect of 3-wheelers, we unravel the manipulated statistics over the years. Let's bring positive n…
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Explore the 70s and early 80s Honda 3-wheelers craze in America, uncovering the challenges faced by Honda amidst fake lawsuits and negative press. Immerse yourself in a 20/20 story that transformed a multimillion-dollar industry, affecting the entire 3 and 4-wheeler vehicle style. Delve into the development of factory involvement in manufacturing, …
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Rev your engines for an adrenaline-fueled ride in this gripping episode, featuring the legendary Steve Wright. Hailing from the ATC hub of El Cajon/Spring Valley, California, Steve takes us through the heart-pounding world of Motorsports. Buckle up as Steve shares his upbringing amidst ATC royalty like Marty Hart and Mike Coe, racing at the iconic …
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To wrap up Season 2 of the SEND Network Podcast, India speaks to Dr Susie Nyman about multi-sensory learning and how she creatively teaches her students science. Susie explores how SENDCOs can use props to help teach students with SEND in a multi-sensory manner, even with items found in a charity shop, and shares some specific techniques listed in …
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Join us on an insightful journey with Beau Baron, tracing back to his early years as a young boy learning to ride. Little did he know what the future held – a path that required him to lean into building, developing, and, most importantly, the will to push forward. In this episode we explore the embodiment of the saying "when the going gets tough, …
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Embark on a journey from fearless young motocross rider to conquering diverse terrains, proving that the world of driving isn't just for men. Sara Price, a nightmare for parents and a dreamer in one, caught the eye of Monster Kawi, opening sealed doors along the way. While skills behind the wheel can be taught, Sara Price belongs to the blessed few…
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In this episode of the SEND Network Podcast, India speaks to Nicholas Prempeh about the transition for students with SEND into post-16 education. They explore the challenges young people face and how SENCOs, teachers and practitioners can support their students going through this transition. Nicholas explains the importance of getting the right sup…
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The realization of the first WXC title is sinking in, yet the full impact has not been felt. Jessica delves into the hard work behind her growth in speed and skill throughout the year, highlighting real relationships and fierce competition among the ladies. The goal was to fight for wins in every race, emphasizing podium presence over 12 rounds, wi…
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Braxton Gross has had a whirlwind of a year, winning 3 out of 9 rounds, achieving something that, to this point, no one else has. With guidance from his father and prominent racers, he's making waves in the racing world. In our last conversation with Braxton, the lingering question was whether to go pro or continue racing GNCC back East. It appears…
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This is a special bonus episode of the SEND Network Podcast! Recently, the SEND Network were lucky enough to attend the Tes SEND Show. Izzy Felton caught up with some of the speakers and exhibitors at the show. To give you insight into what went on, whether you attended or not, we've put together a compilation of what they had to say. Speakers feat…
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Shane Hitt, a household name in the 90s, dominated TT races and the occasional MX event. Despite his small stature, his significant presence always provided a captivating spectacle. What began as a reflection on the retired ATV champion's thoughts about the state of the ATV world evolved into an engaging discussion about race car setups and his son…
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Join a family of ATV enthusiasts and racers as they bond, learn, and share their love for the sport. The TRX 90s lead the way, bringing us yet another exceptional WXC performer. Chloe undergoes professional racer Adam McGill's rigorous training regimen, enhancing her skills in challenging terrains and mastering the essential elements needed to thri…
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In this episode of the SEND Network Podcast, India and Kate speak about identifying the needs of children with SEND. SENCOs and the wider school need a mindset of curiosity in order to help children get the support they need and thrive in the classroom. Kate's key points on identifying what SEND support a child needs includes: Using the assessment …
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Explore the rich history of 3 wheelers, delving into the teachings of experienced individuals who guided young enthusiasts in developing a trade. Join Mark & Mike as they sit down to discuss the remarkable machines and experiences that propelled Honda ahead of its time, with riders exceeding expectations in speed and learning. The ATV industry hasn…
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In 1993, Barry Hawk clinched his initial victory in the XC1 ATV category, marking the beginning of a remarkable streak with seven consecutive titles. His last triumph on the ATV occurred in 1999, during which he diligently honed his skills on motorcycles. As Barry Hawk silently evolved into a threat in XC2 bikes, Yamaha recognized his potential and…
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