Tonight on The Moto ShowTuesday, January 31, 2006 | 2:24 PM
Tonight on www.TheMotoShow.com: Jeremy McGrath, James "Bubba"
Stewart, Nate Ramsey, Ralph Sheheen, and the TMS-Parts Giveaway: ASV
Inventions C5 Pro Clutch and Brake Levers!
On The Moto Show tonight, don't miss your chance to win an ASV Inventions C5 Pro Clutch and Brake Lever courtesy of ASV Inventions. The C5 Pro Series Clutch and Brake Lever are the best levers on the market today, and they come with a 5 year guarantee! Pick your color, tell us what bike you ride, and we'll take care of the rest. Be the first caller to hear Tyler Evans intro one of our segments, and you win! Call 888-514-2100 to win. Check out all of ASV Invention's kick-butt products at www.ASVInventions.com, and if you don't win, we at www.TMS-Parts.com sell the entire ASV Inventions product line, so check us out on the web or call us at 800-TMS-Parts. This giveaway retails for over $200.00, so don't miss it. Second place gets a one year membership to the BlueRibbon Coalition who does a heck of a lot for our sport! If you've won something in the past 90 days from us, forget about it. Now, on to the show!
Doc Bodnar, Elrod and Mike Young will be talking with Showtime, Jeremy McGrath. We'll talk to the great one about the progress of the sport, what it's like to race at the level he's racing at now, and what he thinks about the top ranks of Supercross today. Does Jeremy like what Supercross has turned into? Hopefully so, since he has a lot to do with Supercross' success! And, with all Jeremy has done in the sport of motocross, why is he still racing? Is he racing for fun or does he really think he has a shot to win? Should be a fun interview.
James Stewart is scheduled to appear tonight, and he's always a blast to talk to. James really seemed to have enjoyed the mud race in San Francisco this past weekend, so we'll hit on that. As well, we'll talk a little about sponsorship and specifically his Red Bull Sponsorship. Who's job is it to make sure he has a Red Bull in his hand on the podium? James Stewart, exclusively on TMS!
Nate Ramsey worked his way through the mud in San Fran to win another Supercross race. Nate seems to like the mud. Nate works really hard, and trains at the lighted KTM track. Does training at night with those lights give him an advantage? Much more with N8 Dog!
Finally, Ralph Sheheen of SPEED Channel dove head first into the Supercross Annoucer position with Denny Stephenson at his side. Ralph is getting a crash course in all things moto, so Ralph should have an interesting perspective on the sport. Compared to the many other motorsports Ralph Sheheen has covered, how does Supercross measure up in his mind? We'll ask.
So, Gear Up and Hang On for The Moto Show!
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Log on to www.TheMotoShow.com for The Moto Show - LIVE, Tuesday at 6:00pm - 7:00pm (PST) to hear all the scoop or you may click on the Archives to listen to all the past shows. Call in LIVE to talk to your favorite rider or ask questions at (888) 514-2100. Or e-mail [email protected] if you'd like to ask one of the guests a question or Yahoo Instant Message Elrod during the show at Elrath123.
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