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Layne Michael In For ISDE, But Role Uncertain

Photo By Shan Moore Layne Michael got a last minute call to head to Spain to compete on this year's US ISDE team after Ryan Sipes broke his arm on Sunday. Several sites are reporting that Layne Michael will be filling in for the injured Ryan Sipes at next week’s ISDE in Spain, but that is only partially true. Yes, Michael is going to compete at this year’s event, and team manager Antti Kallonen picked the Coastal Racing Husqvarna rider because he is still young enough to compete in the Junior Trophy division.
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