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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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Josh Hayes Interview

Josh Hayes has won four AMA Superbike Championships in his career, in 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2014, and is second all-time with 61 AMA Superbike wins. In 2017 he finished in fourth place, with a first-place finish at Virginia International Raceway. In 2018, Hayes took on a new role as an Ambassador and Coach for the Yamaha Factory Racing Team. 2019 has seen Hayes participate in the International Island Classic and win race four. Hayes is also preparing for the Daytona 200 in March.

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MotoAmerica's Paul Carruthers & Sean Bice Discuss the 2021 Season

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MotoAmerica’s Paul Carruthers and Sean Bice discuss the 2021 season, including King of the Baggers, RSD Super Hooligans, and Mini Cup by Motul.
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JD Beach- Flat Track and Road Racing Champ Discusses His 2021 Season

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HONOS HVMC Racing Stock 1000 rider Corey Alexander talks about coaching with Jason Pridmore, and working at Hudson Valley Motorcycle.
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