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Old 06-29-2015, 09:30 AM   #1
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Valentino Rossi rides up steps and through doors of Goodwood House

The secret of Rossis training regime he never gets off his bike

HERE’S Valentino Rossi making a public appearance at Goodwood House – and omitting to leave his bike outside.

The nine-time former world champion rode straight up a ramp on the steps and through the open building doors at the weekend’s Goodwood Festival of Speed.

Rossi got an enthusiastic greeting from thousands of fans yesterday, fresh from his victory in the Dutch MotoGP.

The MotoGP championship leader flew straight from the Assen podium to take part in the event’s hill climb on his YZR-M1.
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