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Ryan Dungey Win a race, take Sunday and maybe Monday off. Win a championship? Make sure you take a couple weeks in the off-season. Some guys even reward themselves with things they really want, and could totally afford, but they hold off on buying them until they can do so as a reward, such as one racer who makes seven figures but waited until after he won a race to buy himself a MacBook Pro. At the end of the season, you can enjoy it, but thats one thing I learned from when I was new to the pros: I used to always be focused just on the next one and never took the time to enjoy my success, Dungey said. Its important to enjoy it. You cant sit on cloud nine forever, but youve got to enjoy it Sunday at least, because by Monday morning, its usually back to work. It takes more than just being super-fast to win championships. Dungey also uses his brain. get moreBEATING ROCZEN When Dungey dropped out of the MX Nationals, especially considering that he finished his final moto and charged all the way up to fourth place from way in the back, it was not a stretch to imagine that he wasnt quite as hurt as he was making himself out to be. After all, Roczen was making beating Dungey look pretty easy.

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636058378752525667-288A3827.jpg … I had never recorded anything that was just completely a solo performance before, and now with this new record there’s four solo songs, which is just voice and guitar.” On moving to New York:”I think I’ll always feel like Texas is home. … A part of me will always be there. I love it. That’s where all this music started for me. But I do actually feel now like New York is also a home. And Ithink that’s the cool thing about being a musician is you get to travel all over the world, go to places more than once. I was thinking about this the other day howit’s been great on this tour to go all over the United States and see friends literally in every single city and fell a little bit at home in each of those places.” On covering Radiohead’s The Tourist on a previous album: “We were jamming backstage and (regular collaborator) Chris (Thile) played me that song … and I just thought that it was the coolest thing that I had ever heard. So I went back home and I learned it (and)became obsessed with Radiohead at the same time.

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