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Josh Hayes, Superbike Racer - Factory Yamaha Team
Josh is starting off 2009 with a new team and will be racing in a new class. He will be racing the Yamaha R1 in the Superbike class, and knowing Josh, he will be racing for the championship. Josh already has a number of championships to his name, most recently he won the '06 and '07 Formula Xtreme Championships. Josh joins us to talk about the new team and the tests at Daytona.

Mike Quindazzi, Online Director - Ultimate Motorcycling
Mike has been motorcycling for the last 35 years.  His first ride was hand-built mini-bike powered by a 5hp Briggs and Stratton until his dad presented him with a new 1975 Honda XR75.  For the last 20 years, Mike has worked in the enterprise consulting industry, helping Fortune 1000 companies.  Along the way, he has found a special place for motorcycling in the life of the business executive.  This includes road racing in the AMA, adventure riding in Costa Rica, sport touring through-out Europe, desert racing in AMA district 37 and just cruising up and down the coast.

Kevin Maret - CEO and founder of Tamer Inc.
Founded in 1991, Tamer began life in the bicycle industry.  Ten years later, Tamer Billet moved to the moto industry with the invention of the "Holeshot Hookup" starting device system. In 2004, Tamer Racing was founded and now fields a two-rider AMA Monster Energy Supercross team.  The Hooters - Cumberland Care - 2 Wheel Outlet team is headed to Anaheim 2 this weekend with riders Vernon McKiddie and Michael Blose. Kevin tells us about the season so far and the goals they have as a team.

Michael Hall, Supercross Lites Racer, Star Racing Yamaha
After the first two rounds of Supercross Michael has shown he has the speed to run up front. In Anaheim he didn't get good starts and got caught in some pile ups. Last weekend in Phoenix he grabbed the holeshot in the Heat Race but was hit from behind, which took him down and ended his chances of qualifying. It's been a rough start for the rookie sensation but Michael has a great attitude and is excited for Anaheim 2 this Saturday.    

Craig Decker, Enzo Suspension
As a former pro, Craig knows the importance of having great suspension. He has raced for great teams like Factory Suzuki, Honda of Troy, and Pro Circuit Kawasaki. Craig has a long list of accomplishments and even raced in Australia on 250's and has been a test rider for the factory Kawasaki team. Craig has called it quits as a test rider and pro and now just focuses on other rider's suspension. He joins us to talk about his business and talk about the good old days as a factory racer.

Crew at Pit Pass Radio
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