Some six months after a traumatic injury at the Red Bull Joyride threatened to end Brayden Barrett-Hay's MTB career forever, he is stepping back into the park for the first time. Follow him as he pads up and heads over to Joyride 150, one of Toronto's best indoor parks, and, well, looks like he really hasn't spent that much time off the bike. In-between runs he discusses the death of his stepmother, getting inked, and his plans for the upcoming season.
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This Kid Beat a Brain Injury to Get Back on the Bike | Brayden Barrett-Hay: reGAINING PSYCHE, Ep. 3
Brayden Barrett/Hay has been on the rise over the last two seasons of the FMB World Tour. He’s been of good fortune health wise, only suffering mild sprains and tweaks over his career. That was until Redbull Joyride 2013, where Brayden would suffer a grade 3 concussion after one of the worst crashes seen in competition over the past few years. Get an exclusive look to what all athletes experience physically and emotionally after suffering such severe injuries.
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