When you're a good sport because your family is watching, that's reputation. When you're a good sport because it's right, that's character! Daniel Bradford was an excellent cyclist. In only three weeks he had gone from novice to class A race. Three weeks after that, he was proving he was among the best of racers. But some of the best racers weren't happy about that. They threatened Daniel, trying to make him afraid to do his best. But Daniel would do his best–and deal with them later. The question was this: how would he deal with them? Would they make him lose his temper? Would he be as bad a sport as they? Would he be able to do the right thing when he was confronted–even if his family couldn't see? Not even Daniel knew all those answers. But you can find out in Good Sport, Bad Sport, number 8 in the Bradford Family Adventures series.
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