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Legend Edwards appealing for help in his 30th year of racing

Legendary racer and good bloke Mike Edwards is appealing for help to fund his 2012 season which will also be his 30th year in competition. The Yorkshireman, who is also 50 this year, had been planning a ride in the Ducati 848 Challenge but that has fallen through in the last few days.

Edwards is keen to have another crack at the Ducati one-make series after coming close to lifting the title in 2011. He also wants to be on hand to help nephew Ryan Myler, who has signed up, and to also watch husband and wife team Steve and Sarah Jordan battle it out over the series.

"I was very surprised when I found my bike from last year had been sold and there wasn't anything available for 2012. I can run my own team without a problem, it's just finding the money with which to do it," said Edwards, speaking to bikesportnews.com this afternoon.


"If anyone needs a jockey that's not too shabby on a bike, rostrum regular, got great PR and promotional skills, plus could act as a coach/mentor in a two man team to a less experienced rider then please get in touch."

Edwards is a multiple British Championship title winner, and has several victories at the Macau Grand Prix and Northwest 200. He is also the last Briton to win the Imola 200 and is the only Independent ACU Certified Commercial Road Racing Coach.

Click here to get in touch.

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