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Going all out, all the time
Haddock follows through on his dream of being an AMA pro racer
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RYAN HADDOCK LEANS INTO turn during a race from 2011. The Camden resident will make his AMA professional debut at Road Atlanta in April. - photo by Photo courtesy of Ryan Haddock
When you spend your weekends racing motorcycles on road courses, you always return to the exact spot from which you started.That beginning and end point are OK for races, but as for your career, you want it to take off and you want to keep riding your way to the top.A little more than four years ago, Camden’s Ryan Haddock arrived at a race track, rolled his motorcycle out of its hauler and took off on his first race. A series of spills and crashes came with the territory for the newbie to the racing scene, but the hockey player in him would not let him quit.The former goaltender, who played his junior hockey in Utah and Winnipeg, kept getting back up and into the seat and soldiered on. His goal was to become an American Motorcycle Association (AMA) professional rider.

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