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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Tod Hammock Interview

In 1995, Tulsa native, Tod Hammock, started the arena cross series as a part-time venture (while working as a Kawasaki sales rep full time) then going full time in 2005. The series, now known as the Kicker Arena cross, has grown into the largest series in the genre. In 2018 Hammock started the process of finding a media company to produce a show and cover the events. “We looked at multiple outlets and came to an agreement with Fox Sports 2. We felt it would be the perfect fit.”

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