Pit Pass Radio - Rob Dingman, George Ayres And More - Dirt Rider Magazine

Advance, North Carolina (December 9, 2008) - Top talent and industry insiders from the motorcycle industry give their uncut opinions and race stories. Get your weekly motorcycle news live from Pit Pass Moto Weekly. Pit Pass Moto Weekly is now heard in 39 countries around the world.7 pm to 9 pm Central - Motorcycle Radio streaming individual interviews from www.pitpassradio.com, or download the program from our archives to your ipod or mp3 player anytime. The archive is posted 15 minutes after we finish the live show and available at your convenience.Rob Dingman, President, American Motorcyclist Association
Several positive and significant changes are underway at the AMA. Since Rob Dingman has become the President of the organization a lot has happened, with not only the AMA, but with motorcycling as a whole in the U.S. While things look to be getting better because of the decisions the AMA is making, there are still a lot of questions to be answered. Rob joins us to talk about what the future of amateur racing is here in the states and also cover the professional side of it after the purchase of AMA Pro Racing by the DMG. We also will discuss how the AMA will address the issues of sound/noise, and OHV access in 2009 and beyond.
www.americanmotorcyclist.comGeorge Ayres, Skip Barber, President and CEO
The Skip Barber Superbike School Powered by KTM will debut in 2009 at Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca in Monterey, California. The two-day school will feature the new KTM 1190 RC8 Supersport. It will be the only Superbike school in the United States to feature such large displacement machines. George will tell us how they decided on this bike and tell us more about the school and what they will offer.
www.skipbarber.comRich Oliver, Owner and Chief Instructor, Rich Oliver's Mystery School
With 71 career wins in AMA Road Racing, Rich Oliver had won more races than any other rider in history at the conclusion of his 2003 season. He is a five- time AMA 250 Grand Prix National Champion, a WERA 250 National Champion, and a Forumla USA National Champion just to name a few of his accomplishments. He is the only rider to achieve three undefeated seasons. His race experience includes Superbike, Supersport, Battle of the Twins, Formula USA, and World Grand Prix on both 250cc and 500cc.
www.richoliver.netJeff Canfield, Director of Professional Motocross, MX Sports
Jeff is the newly appointed director of Motocross for the Outdoor Nationals. He recently made the move from Phoenix to Morgantown, where MX Sports is headquartered. His previous experience includes eight years at AMA Pro Racing and spent the last three years as Series Manager. In all, he has been involved with Motocross and Supercross for the last 15 years working with the AMA in various positions. This year there are many changes being made to the Series. A few of those changes include moving the race day to Saturdays, running the premier class first, and an agressive TV package. Jeff will have his hands full this year for sure and we welcome him to the show to talk about it.
www.amamotocross.comBobby Bonds, Professional Offroad Racer, Valli Motorsports
Its rare in any kind of racing to see a true privateer race in any series and finish in the top five. This year Bobby Bonds won the WORCS Series Championship, one of the most prestigious offroad titles, as a total privateer. He celebrated his WORCS title by signing with the newly formed Valli Motorsports Team and will ride Honda's next year. They will contest the WORCS series and the Outdoor Motocross Nationals.
www.worcsracing.comCrew at Pit Pass Radio
Scott Casber, Tony Wenck, Ed Kuhlenkamp, Tony Tice, and Jack DeLeon.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.