John Reynolds talks to The Inside Line podcast
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Three-time British Superbike champion, fan-favourite, and all round good guy John Reynolds is the second guest on the new Inside Line podcast, recounting his 2004 season, offering a deeper insight into the mind of a professional racer, and what it was like to see Yukio Kagayama dancing naked.

Reynolds won his third title with the Rizla Suzuki team that year, and lets us know what it's like at the top of your game in the toughest domestic superbike series on the planet, the pressure that comes with being paid to win races and championships, and the importance of being part of a good team.

Hosted by respected journalist Chris Moss, the Inside Line podcast is available via Apple's podcast app, Spotify, or YouTube, and will speak to racers, riders, journalists, engineers, and bike builders and tuners.

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