Larry Pegram’s “Superbike Family” Reality TV Show Returns for 2014 “Superbike Family,” a reality TV..
The National Guard and Michael Jordan Motor Sports will field an American Superbike entry piloted by 2008 Formula Xtreme Champion and the 2006 Daytona 200 Winner Jake Zemke in the 2010 AMA Pro Racing National Guard Superbike Championship series.
"We’re extremely proud to welcome Jake Zemke to our organization," said Kreig Robinson, Michael Jordan Motor Sports Vice President of Corporate Relations. "It’s not often that champions become available. We have always admired Jake. He’s a fan favorite and always professional."
Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) returns to Lexington, Ohio this weekend for Round 8 of the AMA Pro Racing Championship at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course. The 2.4 mile natural road course is nestled in the farmlands of central Ohio and traditionally draws one of the largest and most boisterous crowds on the AMA circuit. Those fans will undoubtedly be looking out for MJM riders #23 Aaron Yates and #54 Geoff May, as the two come into Round 8 deadlocked in championship points with 173 apiece.
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Michael Jordan Motorsports Announces Motorcycle Racing Experience for 2009.
Jason Pridmore officially returned to the Michael Jordan Motorsports (MJM) family during Round 1 of the AMA Pro Racing Superbike Series at Daytona International Speedway. In conjunction with Jason Pridmore’s Star Motorcycle School and the National Guard, Pridmore will be providing exclusive on-track experiences for members of the media and other select guests at each round of the AMA Pro Racing Superbike Series with the National Guard Jordan Suzuki Racing Experience.
Yates Will Run Michael Jordan’s Number 23 In 2009 AMA Pro American Superbike Championship.
Michael Jordan Motorsports is pleased to announce that Aaron Yates will pilot the Jordan Suzuki American Superbike entry featuring the legendary #23 of team owner Michael Jordan’s unmatched NBA playing career. Geoff May will pilot the #54 National Guard Jordan Suzuki American Superbike entry, paying homage to the 50 states and 4 territories that the National Guard serves.
Butte, Montana is a forlorn and windswept town with a mountainside so scarred from copper mining that it is visible from space. In its heyday, it was the ideal Petri dish for miscreants, a wide-open place renowned for prostitution, gambling, and general debauchery. In recent and more civilized years, Butte has served as a backdrop for Evel Knievel Days, an annual festival in which fans gather to pay tribute to the city’s most famous export.