For motorcyclists and motorcycle racing enthusiasts

We are a weekly podcast that brings the biggest names in motorcycle racing right to fans. In addition to candid interviews with top names in motorcycle racing, we provide insights into the trends and trendsetters driving the motorcycle industry.

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Jared Mees Interview

Jared Mees, a decorated veteran and 2004 AMA rookie of the year, finished the 2018 AFT Twins season with a championship, his second in many years. He finished with 10 wins, and a total of 15 podium finishes. 2018 marked his fifth AMA Grand National Championship. Mees is currently third in the standings and had a win at the Texas Half-Mile on April 20th. The win marks Mees’ 27th Half-Mile triumph, breaking a tie for second all-time with Will Davis.

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Jeremy Hand- Experiencing GNCC During Quarantine

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Ohio rider Jeremy Hand discusses his experience doing GNCC instead of Supercross during the Covid-19 pandemic.
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Stoney Landers- Owner of Landers Racing Discusses Rocco Landers Career and Teaching Young Riders

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Stoney Landers, father of Junior and Twins Cup Champion Rocco Landers and the owner of Landers Racing, talks to us about teaching young riders the fundamentals and working with rider Ben Gloddy.
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Jim Iacozili- Motozilli Motorcycle Dealership + Museum Owner Selling for Fun and Not Necessity

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Jim Iacozili, the owner of Motozilli Motorcycle Dealership + Museum, tells us why he sells for fun and not necessity, and why he decided to create the museum.
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Jordan Szoke- Canadian Motorsports Hall of Famer Talks Trials

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Canadian Superbike Champion Jordan Szoke discusses how the events of 9/11 and the Covid-19 pandemic have affected his life and career.
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