Malcolm Smith is a pioneer in the motorcycle industry, from his involvement in the film, On Any Sunday showing how fun motorcycling can be to running Malcolm Smith Motorsports. Malcolm is a six-time winner of the Baja 1000; a four-time winner of the Baja 500; a two-time winner of the Mint 400; and a two-time winner of the Roof of Africa Rallye. One of the world’s premier off-road motorcycle racers, Malcolm won eight gold medals between 1966 and 1976 in the International Six Day Trials, the European cross-country event considered the Olympics of motorcycling. Now Malcolm is leading the fight to protect riding for our children which is being threatened by recent legislation and a broad interpretation from the Consumer Protection Agency.
www.kidslovetoride.com David Bebout, Club Member, MTDR
The Middle Tennessee Dirt Riders, Inc. also known as MTDR is a Nashville based off-road motorcycle organization. They actively participate in monthly rides and will generally schedule three or four great family weekend rides a year in Tennessee and surrounding states. Their annual "Spring Ride" is fast approaching and its one of our favorite offroad events all year. The event takes place April 3-5 at the famous Loretta Lynn’s Dude Ranch.
www.mtdr.netNick Ballantyne, Owner – Night Rider Jewelery
NightRider is the outgrowth of a band of riding brothers. NightRider Jewelry was not designed to be a business, initially, but a result of a need for quality symbols of the riding culture. These symbols represent the artistic feeling of our lifestyle as bikers and Americans. NightRider Jewelry constitutes a religion, a culture, an ethnic expression of the finest example of the human animal.
www.nightriderjewelry.com Gray Davenport, Arenacross Racer, Team Triple Effect Kawasaki
Last weekend Gray scored his first win in the AMA Arenacross Series. This being only his second full season racing Arenacross, Gray has shown he is improving fast and he has what it takes to be an eventual title threat. It has been an exciting season for the Team Triple Effect Kawasaki crew and Gray joins us to talk about his first win, what he learned, and his plan for the summer.
www.arenacross.com Josh Hayes, Superbike Racer – Factory Yamaha Team
Josh just finished his first race with Team Yamaha at Daytona racing in both the American Superbike and Daytona Sportbike classes. He finished 8th overall in the American Superbike class and 49th in the Daytona 200 by Honda. Hayes had been running upfront for most of the Daytona 200, but he high sided coming out of the horseshoe turn late in the race ending his chances of winning. His teammate Ben Bostrom did win the race. Josh was the 2007 FX Championship winner.
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