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This aired on the 6 oclock news here in CT, pretty awesome story!

Doug Henry's story of survival
(WTNH, June 26, 2008 5:15 PM) _ In the world of motocross, Connecticut's own Doug Henry is a legend. He talked with News Channel 8 about his career ending and life changing accident that has not slowed him down.
http://www.wtnh.com/global/story.asp?s=8561481
 

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Doug Henry is the man. I had the pleasure of watching Doug and John Dowd practiceing at Rocky Hill MX quite a few years ago. Holy Shit - they made us regulars look like we were parked!!!!:bowdown::bowdown:
 

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Man, if that ain't inspiration. :thumbup:

Keep it up Doug. Your one in a million.
 

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Thanks for the article. I was lucky enough to ride with DH at BeaveRun several times a few years back. He was awesome to watch ride and just as friendly and polite and enthusiastic and helpful as you could ever imagine off track. He was glad to answer questions and share his enthusiasm for SM with a yob like me, who was close 20 seconds a laps slower than he was.
 

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I hope Doug and his wife get through what they are going this.
 

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This aired on the 6 oclock news here in CT, pretty awesome story!

Doug Henry's story of survival
(WTNH, June 26, 2008 5:15 PM) _ In the world of motocross, Connecticut's own Doug Henry is a legend. He talked with News Channel 8 about his career ending and life changing accident that has not slowed him down.
http://www.wtnh.com/global/story.asp?s=8561481
What an awesome story! He is a great person and I am sorry about his wife. They seem like a strong family.
 
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