Advance, North Carolina - Motorcycle industry celebrities and insiders from the motorcycle world give their uncut opinions and stories.
Will Hahn, 250 Supercross - GEICO Honda
2013 has been an incredible season for Will in the Monster Energy Supercoss 250SX class. In St Louis he took another win and control of the points lead. Even when he got bad starts and had some issues he's managed to minimize damage and keep his points lead. Last Saturday in Toronto he finished second and maintains a six point lead over his closest competitor, Marvin Musquin.
Tom White, Founder - The Early Years of Motocross Museum
White Brothers was founded by Tom and Dan White in 1975. It grew into an international distributor of high performance parts and accessories before being purchased in 2000 by the MAG Group. Tom is considered a pillar and pioneer in the motocross community and he continues to stay busy these days. Aside from providing some guidance for his daughter and son in law's fairly new business DUBYA, he's been the announcer for Mammoth MX, the MX National at Glen Helen, the USGP at Glen Helen, and the WORCS Offroad Series. Recently he built a private museum for his collection of over 100 motocross bikes and memorabilia ranging from the 50's to the late 70's machines.
Kevin Stevens, Powersports Brand Manager - ODI
In the five years Kevin has been with ODI they have worked with many top level teams and riders including Troy Lee Designs, MotoConcepts Racing, JDR Motosports, L&MC Team, BTO Sports KTM, and Star Racing just to name a few. ODI has worked with some of the sport's best like Andrew Short to better develop their product line including handlebar grips and most recently the new CFT; Controlled Flex Technology Handlebar.
Cameron Beaubier, 2013 AMA Pro Racing Daytona 200 Winner - Yamaha Extended Services, Monster Energy, Graves, Yamaha
Beaubier is the 2013 Daytona 200 Winner and basically dominated the field for the entire weekend from practice to qualifying. Beaubier was a member of the elite Red Bull MotoGP Academy, with which he contended the 125cc Spanish CEV Championship in 2008. In 2009, he finished fourth in the AMA Pro SuperSport East points and stepped up to AMA Pro Daytona SportBike for the 2010 season, where he was immediately competitive. In 2012 he finished third in the AMA Pro Daytona SportBike point standings. Made 17 starts and recorded seven victories.
Mel Harder, Senior Vice President and General Manager - Circuit of the Americas
Mel Harder has a new job as SVP at Circuit of the Americas, the newest U.S. track to be added to the 2013 MotoGP calendar. Just a few weeks away from now, on April 19 - 21 some of the best motorcycle riders in the world will be competing at the Austin, Texas facility to see who will win. Prior to joining Circuit of the Americas, Harder was the SVP at Indy Motorspeedway and oversaw the Indy MotoGP event.
Crew at Pit Pass Moto
Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Ed Kuhlenkamp, Jack DeLeon.