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Apr 29, 2014

Hear Pro Road Racers Solis And Chris Ulrich On the Radio Tonight

Brayton, Duval, Randt, Solis, Ulrich, McCune

Tonight On Pit Pass Moto

Advance, North Carolina (April 29, 2014) - Motorcycle racers, business owners and insiders from the motorcycle world give their uncut opinions and stories every Tuesday at 8 pm eastern. Listen live at

Justin Brayton, Supercross - JGRMX Toyota Yamaha

2014 started off with Justin challenging for heat race and main event wins. At round two in Phoenix, he almost passed Villopoto on the last lap for the main event win. In St Louis he broke his foot just minutes before he went out and won his heat race. He also suffered a broken pinky in the main that weekend but lined up for Houston the following week. Unfortunately, in Houston he injured his knee and hand in practice and has been out since. Even with his absence he still sits 7th in points.

Thad Duvall, GNCC XC1 Pro - Morgantown Powersports

Last year Thad became the first rider in history to win a GNCC overall on a 250F and scored a handful of podiums. So far this year he's had some hard luck with mechanicals in a couple races, he got a couple fourths, and last Sunday he finished his season best in 2nd. He's racing the CRF250R in the XC1 class and sits 9th in points. He was the 2008 XC2 Champion.

Alan Randt, Owner - Enduro Engineering

Randt is the owner of Michigan-based Enduro Engineering, a performance offroad accessories merchant and manufacturer. The company started building high performance off-road racing products to fill the needs of local racers back in 1987. For 24 years the company has mainteined the same philosophy, to insure that our products will stand up to the high demands of the top level racers around the world and the average riders alike. Randt is also in charge of the ten-round National Enduro Series.

Benny Solis, Motorcycle Road Racer - H35 Honda

Solis was the 2008 Red Bull Rookies Cup Champion, since then he has graduated to racing 600cc motorcycles in pro series. He finished on the podium at the opening round of the Geico SuperBike Shootout in Fontana, Califonia. Solis raced his H35 Honda CBR600RR to finish 3rd at season opener. He is also in 18th place in the AMA Pro Series after the Dayotna 200 event. Last year was his first year in the Daytona SportBike class and he finished 10th overall with six top ten finishes.

Chris Ulrich, Motorcycle Road Racer - GEICO Honda

Ulrich raced in the season opener for the GEICO Motorcycle Superbike Shootout race this past weekend in Fontana, California. This was the first round of this new west coast series and Ulrich finished in 8th place in the RaceFuelZ Pro Superbike class. He is also racing in the AMA Pro Series. After the Daytona opening weekend Ulrich is in 12th overall having scored a 13th and 10th place finishes. Ulrich is also the Racing Editor for the Roadracing World.

Jason McCune, Brand Manager - Leatt

Leatt started back in 2001 as an idea to develop a neck brace to protect motocross racers. Today the company offers a variety of forms of protection for athletes. Product categories include neck braces, knee braces, body armor, and hydration units. Today Leatt is considered a leading-edge producer of protection equipment.

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Pit Pass is a weekly motorcycle talk show. Our show entertains, educates, and informs motorcyclists and motorcycle enthusiasts around the world about what is happening in the motorcycle racing world. Talk show guests include racers, company executives, track owners, race promoters, product specialists, and industry insiders. The show is fun with a laid-back approach, but professional. We look to identify trends in the motorcycle racing industry and connect our listeners with their favorite riders.

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