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Dirty Dozen with Alex Snow

Dirty Dozen with Alex Snow


Alex Snow has made a hugely successful conversion from Pro Motocross to Enduro, and now is fully embracing the life of a coach as well, so while times are quieter than usual its a perfect time for him to answer our Dirty Dozen questions…

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Dirt Hub: Do you have a Pre-Race Playlist you listen too, and if so name a couple of tracks that are on it?

Alex: No I don’t. I’ve never been a big music guy on race day,  I actually enjoy some peace and quiet before the start of a race.

DH: When was the last time you cried?

Alex: When my Dad Passed away. I found that hard.

DH: What is your favourite inspirational quote?

Alex: It’s doesn’t matter how hard you punch, it’s how hard you can get punched and keep moving forward! Rocky !!!

DH: Do you have any weird suspicions or pre-race rituals?

Alex: Ummmm, I hate wearing new helmets. I always like to scratch and drop it before I wear it.

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DH: What drives you most to get up in the morning and go training?

Alex: Just trying to better yourself. I strive for perfection and that’s what I go after when I train and rode.

DH: If you didn’t race what sport would you play/take part in?

Alex: I’d probably do downhill mountain biking.

DH: What is your biggest?

Alex: Snakes, love watching them on TV bit of I saw one in real life I’d shit myself.

DH: Who is your biggest sporting idol and why?

Alex: Lance Armstrong. Controversial I know, but you have to admire his desire and commitment to not only win but to destroy everyone he raced against At all costs. Positive for drugs or not, winning 7 TDF is some going, especially after having cancer.

DH: Where do you see yourself in five years time?

Alex: Good question, I’d love to expand my training schools and also work with some top riders who have the same vision as me.

DH: What is your all-time favourite movie?

Alex: Taken.

DH: Who has had the biggest impact on your career?

Alex: My Dad, he was right with me all the way. I probably only truly realised how much once he had left us, but he supported me in so many ways.

DH: What is your philosophy on life?

Alex: Do what you enjoy and live in the fast lane!!

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