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Dillon Van Way, Rally America 2WD Champion, AMA Pro Supermoto racer
Seventeen-year-old Dillon Van Way of Carencro, Louisiana was recently-crowned 2009 Rally America 2WD Class Champion in his rookie season competing in a 2002 Ford Focus. He is part of a continuing trend of motorcycle racers who are participating successfully in rally car racing. Van Way also earned ninth in the XTRM/AMA Pro Supermoto Championship on his KTM250SX-F, his best finish after two years competing in the series. He is supported in rally racing by Terra Firma Clothing. www.rally-america.com
Brad Hagi, Street Bike Sales Manager, KTM North America
Newly appointed KTM North America Street Bike Sales Manager. Brad joins us live from the Milan Motorcycle Show in Italy, where he just arrived from KTM's Press Launch of their 2010 Street Motorcycle line-up at Mazda Laguna Seca Raceway. Brad will be moving from Italy to Austria. Brad recently worked for Ducati Motor Holding and was living in Italy. He had responsibility for Ducati's Distributors all over the world in 48 countries. Brad has a unique vision of worldwide motorcycle sales and in the last five years has opened new markets for motorcycle distribution in Brazil , South Korea , Indonesia , India , Ukraine , Russia and Qatar. Brad started in the motorcycle industry 20 years ago with Yamaha Motor Corp USA. www.ktmusa.com
Paul Cote MA. Motorcyclists Surviors Fund Motorcyclists Survivor's Fund - Co-founder of "Nelson's Ride," which had its 10th annual fundraising event this past August, the event now raises money for local riders' families in need due to an accident, under the Massachusetts Motorcyclists Survivor's Fund, which Cote also co-founded has been its only President since 2003.He initiated "Nelly's Bill" and with others, got it enacted, and now over 251 licensed auto driver training schools expose students to sharing the road' with motorcyclists. Promoter of the "CHECK TWICE - SAVE A LIFE, MOTORCYCLES ARE EVERYWHERE" yellow bumper stickers, lawn signs and BIG 2' x 4' posters. Teamed up in 2005 with original copyrighter Bob Dorion (1982) and over 2 million bumper stickers have been distributed and over 5,000 lawn signs, promotiong motorists awareness to reduce motorcycle accidents. www.MassMSF.orgwww.NelsonsRide.orgwww.CheckTwiceSigns.comwww.JusticeRider.com
Ryan Sipes, SX and MX Racer - Moto Concepts Ryan Sipes will be racing out of the Moto Concepts hauler for the 2010 season. He raced KTM's this past season for the KTM Team. He only raced the final few races of the Lucas Oil AMA Series but still managed to end up in 21st place overall in the Lites points standings. The Kentuckian was finishing consistently in the top ten in SX when he injured his wrists in a nasty crash after casing a triple. He is healed up and ready for the 2010 season on his Moto Concepts ride. www.motoconcepts.com
Gray Davenport, Arenacross Racer, Team Triple Effect
This year will be Gray's 4th year of competing in the AMA Arenacross Series. Last year he won a main event and grabbed several podiums finishing the series in 6th place overall. Last weekend he was in Des Moines at the Arenacross "Prequel" at Wells Fargo Arena and threw down some fast laps against a stacked field of riders. Although he finished only 10th in the main event, he looked fast and is excited for the series to start in January at Grand Rapids. www.arenacross.com
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