Anders has also had a lot of help from Ashley Holloway who is based in Poland and sorted a deal and specific equipment out. That's main reason he went over there.
It's been a great experience and he's done very well but unfair to attack others for not taking the same route, when the route nor the necessary equipment was not open.
We've seen how much Bewley has suffered with under-power equipment and how much more competitive he was over there on Tai's bikes.
Hopefully Anders will show the benefits and Holloway will help other young British riders in the future.
I first saw Andrzej Pogorzelski at Wolverhampton and Cradley Heath in 1965 when the touring Rybnik team beat the home sides by 1 and 6 points respectively. He was the joint star of the show at Cradley Heath, along with Nigel Boocock, guesting in place of the injured Ivor Brown. Nigel triumphed the first time they met but Pogo gained revenge in the last heat, with both riders otherwise unbeaten. He then defeated Nigel in a match race. That was the season Nigel had a league average above 11 and was very hard to beat. A few days earlier, against a strong Wolverhampton team, some of the tourists found the small Monmore Green track a bit tricky, but Wyglenda (12 point maximum), Woryna (11 paid 12 maximum) and Pogorzelski (11) saw their team home, with Pogo beaten only by Tommy Sweetman. Rybnik did very well on that 1965 tour, largely due to being strengthened by Pogorzelski's inclusion. He was actually a Stal Gorzow rider.