Barcia – Musquin – Aldon Baker – Beams on DMXS Radio Tonight
Team Honda Muscle Milk’s Justin Barcia has recovered nicely after challenging back-to-back races in Anaheim and Oakland reminded the talented 450 rookie how difficult the transition would be after his popular early win in Phoenix. Bam Bam has traded his infamous reputation for a more consistent style that comes only from valuable experience after moving up. We’ll get his thoughts on his season so far with the Vegas finale quickly approaching.
Red Bull KTM’s Marvin Musquin is on a roll, and the Frenchman is steadily gaining more fans with his speed, great personality and heel-clickers. He’s only nine points down after his win in Indy and it’s shaping up to be a great battle with the gritty and resurgent Wil Hahn. Marvin has traveled the world following his dream and we appreciate the international riders that come to the US seeking to race the best our sport has to offer. We’re stoked to have the world champion back on the show tonight.
Aldon Baker is one of the sport’s top professional trainers and his work and success speaks volumes to that end. Aldon defines the level of commitment necessary to succeed in our sport and simply requires his riders to keep up. We always enjoy his perspective and will be doing pushups all day getting ready for his interview.
Robb Beams has become a favorite guest on our show over the years for his generous advice and insight that would not normally be available to the masses. Robb is currently working with some of the country's top amateurs, including Jordan Bailey, Jon
Jon Ames and Bryson Taylor. We’ll get his spring progress update on those kids and also have some time to take a few questions from our listeners. Check out www.CompleteRacingSolutions.com for more info.
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