Pit Pass Moto Weekly – Motorcycle News and Talk Show

Advance, North Carolina (November 3, 2009) – Top talent and industry insiders from the motorcycle world give their uncut opinions and race stories. Get your weekly motorcycle news live from Pit Pass Moto Weekly. Pit Pass Moto Weekly is now heard in over 50 countries around the world.

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Justin Brayton, Supercross racer, JGRMX, Toyota, Yamaha Team
After a successful season at the Jagermeister/MDK//KTM / and logging his first career 450 Outdoor win, Justin is now racing with the Gibbs team. He’s already proved his worth after only one race under their tent as Brayton is the newly crowned “King of Bercy”. He’s back in the states now and sets his sights on the Supercross series that starts in January.

Jeff Gibson, AMA Arenacross Champion, Tuf Racing
Of the 17 national Arenacross rounds last year, Jeff found himself in the top five 15 times and was on the podium in 12 of them. He won 6 of those races and became the latest Arenacross Champ that Tuf Racing has produced. Jeff now enters his second full season with Tuf as they will contest the Arenacross series to defend that #1 plate. Gibson is 27 years old and is excited to prove himself once again. He will be in Des Moines this weekend at the AMA Arenacross race thats been dubbed the “Prequel” to the season alongside many of the regular Arenacross riders with some additional Supercross riders.

Colin Izzard, Carmichael Training Systems
Colin’s experience in athletics began at an early age, ranging from swimming to bicycle racing.  His passion for motorcycle riding and racing is second only to his passion for helping his athletes excel in their given disciplines. He currently serves as the head coach for the Carmichael Training Systems Regional Center in Asheville NC where he coaches full time and over sees a staff of eight. CTS Coaches currently work with AMA superstar Miguel Duhamel and motocross racer Tim Ferry, and have worked with Ben Bostrom, Kevin Windham, and others as well. In auto racing, CTS Coaches work with Carl Edwards and Bobby Labonte.

Jake Holden, Superbike Racer – Privateer
Jake raced this past season with the Corona Racing Honda Team in AMA Superbike. Prior to racing with Corona he raced with Jordan Motorsports. He is recently back from racing in Australia for the ESG Woodstock bourbon Honda team. At the Phillip Island race he qualified 7th and got 5th the first race and had electrical problems the next two races and finished 4th the last race and ended up winning 1st as a privateer in superbike. Jake has racked up a number of impressive finishes in both AMA Superbike and Superstock classes. He is currently working on his plans for the 2010 season.

Arun Sharma, Aficionado/Direttore Generale – MotoCorsa
Beginning his moto career as an art broker & night club promoter who was a part-time Ducati salesman on the side, Arun Sharma has now managed MotoCorsa, a Ducati dealership in Portland, Oregon, for the past eight years. In that time he has helped turn a failing dealership into North America’s #1 Ducati dealer in a very unlikely city. Since his management take over in 2002, MotoCorsa has seen more awards than any single Ducati dealership in North America and recently set a new record for the most new Ducati’s sold in a single month – 61.MotoCorsa’s nontraditional approach to motorcycle retailing has also helped MotoCorsa become North America’s largest Ducati dealer for the 2009 model year.

Crew at Pit Pass Radio
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