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BJERRE'S SUCCESSFUL SPIN

Former Grand Prix star Kenneth Bjerre says he experienced no ill-effects following his long-awaited track comeback at King’s Lynn yesterday.

05 / 03 / 2013, 09:10

Former Grand Prix star Kenneth Bjerre says he experienced no ill-effects following his long-awaited track comeback at King’s Lynn yesterday.

The Peterborough skipper was taking part in the first of a three-day practice with Team Denmark.

The pre-season session at the Norfolk Arena is the first time the Danish star has been back on a bike since breaking his leg in three places at the East of England Showground on August 23.

Bjerre said: “I felt really good - I didn’t suffer with any pain at all. I have worked really hard in the gym during the winter and I think undergoing the oxygen treatment has been worth every minute, as my leg felt really strong.

“I am sure I will have a few aches this morning like everyone would after a long time off the bike, but I am looking forward to another four days on the bike before my first meeting next week. It’s great to be back!”

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