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Rory O'Neill Interview

Rory O'Neill, a.k.a. Honey Badger, was born and raised in Dublin, Ireland but is now living in Indianapolis, IN. Rory is the other founder of the team/owner and will be riding at Farleigh for his 8th time. Rory has been a fan of MX for years, especially the 500's. He works in the motorcycle industry in the US but races in the Midwest VMX series whenever work allows. Rory will be riding the #111 '86 YZ490.

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Alex Moros

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Danny Eslick and Gary Semics

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Robert "Robby Bobby" McClendon and Taylor Robert

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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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