Kevin Schwantz raced only one way – he raced to win. When he made his move for a pass the world held its breath. Schwantz showed levels of desire, determination and raw courage that’s never been equaled. His heart-stopping style and charismatic personality won him legions of loyal fans worldwide. By the time he was done, Schwantz amassed 25 Grand Prix wins, 21 lap records, 29 pole positions and the 1993 World Championship.
www.schwantzschool.comRoland Sands, Roland Sands Designs – Owner
Roland’s company blends the need to go fast with the desire for style. A former road racer and 1998 AMA 250 GP Champion, Roland knows what it takes to go fast. His bikes are some of the coolest customs out there. Roland is a prolific bike designer and one of his recent projects is a bike called “Mister Cartoon.” We catch up with him to discuss his new creations and what he has been up to.
www.rolandsandsdesign.comJake Weimer, Pro Circuit – Supercross Lites Racer
Anaheim 1 was Jake’s second Supercross win and he wasn’t exactly the favorite coming into the round. There was a lot of hype around several other riders and the field was stacked. Jake even failed to make the main last year but he seems to have a totally different program now. He joins us to take us through the weekend and talk about his strategy going into round 2 at Phoenix, the race he won last year.
www.procircuit.comMike McDade, Foremost Insurance Jim Neese Racing – Arenacross Racer
Mike is fresh off winning a Mini O’s championship and racing the opening Arenacross rounds in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Mike finished third in the Lites class on Saturday night and was showing his speed with one of the fastest qualifying times on Saturday. He joins us to tell us about the weekend’s racing and his plans for 2009.
www.jimneese.comHeather Majcherek- CEO and founder of WMN RACING
Founded in 2008, WMN Racing is a grassroots organization helping expand local women programs and expanding classes by skill levels. It started in motocross with one woman at one track. In less than six months it blossomed into over 200 women in 17 states. This year is looking to be even bigger as they have plans to expand into many different aspects of motorsports including motocross, desert racing, grand prix, ATV racing and more.
www.wmnracing.comCrew at Pit Pass Radio
Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Tony Tice, Jack DeLeon and Ed Kuhlenkamp.Pit Pass Moto Weekly is a syndicated motorcycle talk show heard across the U.S. on radio stations and around the world via the internet at www.pitpassradio.com. The show airs every Tuesday from 5-7 pm Pacific, 6-8 pm Mountain, 7-9 pm Central, and 8-10 pm Eastern at www.pitpassradio.com. Companies interested in advertising on the show or marketing partnerships can contact Ed Kuhlenkamp at (336) 293-9103, or click on contact in the menu and make sure to list advertising in the email.Interested in the Pit Pass community visit us – www.myspace.com/pitpassradioIf you have any questions you can call in Tuesday nights from 7 – 9 pm Central, toll free 866-333-5966, or 515-284-5966.