Weinert, Cernic & More on PitPass Radio Tonight

March 22, 2011 3:50pm
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Corey Eastman - National Marketing Manager, Husqvarna Motorcycles North America
Corey always had a passion for motorcycles and started his first job working in the industry in communications for the Motorcycle Industry Council. His next job took him to White Brothers working with riders like Gary Jones and building project bikes. Prior to his current position, he spent 14 years working at Cycle World in marketing. Husqvarna is focusing on offroad racing this year and is working with Fred Andrews Racing and Ty Davis of Zip Ty Racing. The company is based in Italy and owned by BMW.

Jimmy Weinert - Owner, Weinert Training Facility
An expert teacher, Weinert has been riding motorcycles since he was six years old. Bursting forth on the pro scene in 1970, it didn't take long for Weinert to establish himself as one of the best-of-the-best.  Consistently winning, Weinert truly made history in 1973 when he rode his factory Kawasaki to victory and earned the distinction of becoming the first American to ever win a Trans-AMA event. The following season, he continued his winning ways, earning four AMA victories en route to grabbing the 1974 AMA 500cc Motocross Championship.  In 1975 he won the championship again.

Jeff Cernic - Owner, Cernic's Racing
Jeff is a second generation owner of Cernic's Incorporated who owns motorcycle dealerships in Johnstown and Duncansville, Pennsylavania. Over the years they have been heavily involved in racing and sponsored riders like Travis Pastrana, Broc Hepler, Branden Jesseman, Jeff Gibson, and the Tuf Arenacross team just to name a few. They also have fielded a Canadian Outdoors team with the help of Billy Whitley.

Kyle Wyman  Daytona XR1200 Winner - RMR Bruce Rossmeyer Daytona Racing
Kyle Wyman won the inaugural AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 race at Daytona International Speedway. It was the first time he'd been back to the Speedway since his injury there in the Fall of 2009. Last year Kyle competed in Daytona Sportbike as well, with a best finish of 6th at the season finale at Barber Motorsports Park. Kyle will go into the second round of the Vance & Hines XR1200 series with the points lead heading to Infineon Raceway.

Brad Bakken - National Enduro and GNCC Racer, Appalachian Off-Road MC KTM
This past season Brad Bakken won the Overall in the Virginia Championship Hare Scramble Series. But people may know him from racing the National Enduro series where in 2009 he took 3rd place overall. Also, in 2009 he won the 250A class championship in the GNCC series. He also is starring in the new off-road film called What !f. Brad is currently in second place (tied with Charlie Mullins) in the National Enduro series after 2 rounds and sits 4th in the XC-2 class in the GNCC series.

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