Feb 26, 2013
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From a press release
issued by Pit Pass Radio
Zach Ames, Mark Brown, Jeremy Riesenberg, Joey Pascarella, Wyatt Farris
Advance, North Carolina (February 26, 2013) - Top talent and industry insiders from the motorcycle world give their uncut opinions and stories.
Zach Ames, Arenacross- Babbitt's Monster Energy/AMSOIL Kawasaki presented by Maxxis
February 16 marked one of the most important moments in the history of AMSOIL Arenacross, featuring Ricky Carmichael's Road to Supercross, as the inaugural Race to the Championship kicked off from inside Verizon Arena. The top 10 riders in the Arenacross Class standings were all in contention going into the Little Rock event as the points were basically reset and they have only the five final nights to jockey for position. Ames has been strong all year and left the weekend in the points lead. Last Saturday in Witchita he finished 2nd and 9th in the Main Events for 4th overall. Now he sits 3rd in points and just 3 points behind his teammate Tyler Bowers.
Mark Brown, Owner/Instructor - MotoMark1
MotoMark1 is a 21st century professional level motorcycle training company. The company offers special teaching aids and they have excellent credentials when it comes to their instructors. They are not racers, they are teachers and train motorcyclists to go from point A to point B with no injury to person and no damage to machine. Mark Brown has police and military experience riding motorcycles and instructing students. In addition to their street safety training, Motomark1 also offers adventure riding schools using Triumph adventure bikes.
Jeremy Riesenberg, Co-Founder- Elijah Riesenberg Autism Awareness & Action Project (ERAAAP)
As a former motocross rider and now an enthusiast, Jeremy Riesenberg knows the role models of Supercross can reach children like few others. Now a parent of a child with autism, Elijah (5), Riesenberg is reaching out to the world of Supercross to help spread the message of autism awareness and understanding during April and the Minneapolis Supercross, which occurs during World Autism Awareness Month. Autism is a condition that now affects 1 in 88 children, including 1 in 54 boys, which makes the close-knit, family atmosphere of Supercross the perfect place to broadcast a message of awareness and understanding.
Joey Pascarella, AMA Pro DaytonaSport Bike - Riders Discount Triumph
In 2012 Pascarella was the AMA Pro Daytona 200 winner and amazing start to his season. He wrapped up the season in 9th overall with one other podium finish and nine top ten finishes. This year he changes bikes and will be competing on the Triumph Daytona 675R. He will race the Daytona 200 on the 2012 model and then switch over to the 2013 Daytona 675R.
Wyatt Farris, AMA Pro Motorcycle Superstore Supersport- Meen Motorsports
At 19 years old Wyatt is preparing for his first full season in AMA Pro Racing. Leading up to this season he has primarily been racing ASM and WERA for the last three years. Last year he took 27 podiums, 10 first place finishes, and 3 championships. This will be his 4th year of road racing and before that he did Supermoto (2006-2009). He's signed with the Meen Motorsports team racing the Yamaha R6 prepared by Graves Yamaha. His teammate is Jake Lewis who will race the AMA Daytona Sportbike Class.
Crew at Pit Pass Moto
Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Ed Kuhlenkamp, Jack DeLeon.
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