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Ty Howard, Road Racer – KTM RC8 R
Ty is having a very successful season racing the KTM RC8 R. He has racked up 21 wins in the Central Motorcycle Road Racing Championship Series. The KTM RC8 R is a bike that has road race fans intrigued and Ty is demonstrating that it can perform on the race track. He is sponsored by KTM Motorsports, KTM PowerParts, Comedy Defensive Driving, Dunlop Tires, RPM Cycle, Ridesmart Motorcycle Schools, Motorex Oils, Dynojet, Totally Graphic Designs, Raceworx, Kyle USA, Skip Barber KTM Superbike School, Komodo Gear, Arai, 5th Gear Motorsport.
Michael Beck, Daytona Sport Bike – DNA Energy Drink CNR Motorsports
Michael Beck almost did not make it to the races in 2010, but then he got the call from CNR Motorsports. Beck has been racing professionally for a number of years. Back in 2008 he raced for the M4 Suzuki team prior to that he had some support from Chuck Graves in 2007. In 2009 he fielded his own privateer effort with the help of his Dad. This year on the DNA team he has proven to be very valuable in developing the best set up for the Ducati 848 bike. In addition to racing motorcycles Beck also finds time to be a fulltime college student.
Chris Pease, CEO – MOVOC 16:3
Chris is the founder and owner of MOVOC 16:3 a motorcycle apparel company. His company designs a signature line of apparel for Leslie Porterfield. Movoc 16:3 (pronounced “moe-vok sixteen three”) is an apparel company inspired by the motorcycling sport and lifestyle. The company tastefully blends the influence of motorcycles with fashion to create wearable symbols of passion. He founded the company in 2008.
Jimmy Button, Miles for Miracles – 2011
Jimmy was a factory Yamaha motocross racer in 2000. He crashed at the San Diego Supercross that year and suffered paralyzing injuries caused by a pinched spinal cord in the C-3 to C-6 region of his neck. He was considered an incomplete quadriplegic but after many months of rehab he was able to regain movement and eventually walk. In 2011 he will be riding a bicycle 2,428 miles from San Diego to Daytona Beach to raise money for spinal cord research. Their goal is to raise a minimum of $1 million.
Steven Clarke, AMA Pro 450 Motocross Racer – Suzuki City Nitro Circus
Steve had a very impressive amateur career winning three titles: a World Championship, a British Championship and a U.S. Championship. In 2009, Clarke finished the SX Lites season in 10th place and raced the motocross Lites class finishing in16th place. He shattered his wrist at the end of 2009 and almost lost his hand. He recuperated and raced the part of the Lites East season (16th overall). He is currently racing 450’s in the motocross series (18th place)
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