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Johnny Lewis Interview

Johnny Lewis started racing professionally at 16 years old. Lewis is currently sitting in 23rd place in AFT Twins, only racing in one round so far this year, finishing 12th at Red Mile on June 2nd. When he’s not racing in select flat track events, he’s running 10 Training – now called Moto Anatomy – a training facility he founded in 2015 to offer riders at every level customized training.

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Mike Crosby- Director of Marketing for MotoAmerica Discusses the Upcoming 2021 Season

Pit Pass Moto
Mike Crosby, the new Director of Marketing for MotoAmerica, shares the latest news of what we can look forward to with the MotoAmerica 2021 season!
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Melissa Paris- Her Year of the Motorcycle

Pit Pass Moto
Melissa Paris is back to discuss with us her new role as Crew Chief for rider Hunter Dunham in the Stock 1000 and Superbike Cup.
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Dallas Daniels- Why Flat Track Is Where His Heart Is At

Pit Pass Moto
ATF Singles Champ Dallas Daniels tells us why flat track is where his heart is at, and if he plans on giving up on road racing.
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Brandon Paasch- 2021 Daytona 200 Champion

Pit Pass Moto
Daytona 200 Champion Brandon Paasch talked to us about this year's race, that impressive finish, and how he competed while recovering from an injury.
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The Team

Dave Sulecki

Dave Sulecki is a 37 year industry veteran, and a lifetime motorcycle rider, racer, builder, restorer, and enthusiast.

P.J. Doran

Originally from the Midwest, but has lived and worked everywhere in the U.S., PJ grew up on the back of his dad's BMW motorcycles and in his sidecars in the 70s.

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