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Searle / Short / Canard / Beams / VURB Moto on DMXS Tonight
We have come to admire Honda Red Bull’s Andrew Short just as much off the track for the example he sets and the role model he has become for his many young fans. We’ll see what Shorty did during his break and get a report card on him half way through the outdoor school year.
It was a long time coming, but Geico Powersports Honda’s Trey Canard secured his first Lites outdoor overall at Red Bud after a tough and grueling battle to do so. They say the first is always the toughest, and the rest come much easier, so we’ll see if Trey just plans on running the table through the rest of the season if “they” are right. In all seriousness, we couldn’t let this milestone victory pass without having him on to celebrate just a little longer.
After finishing runner-up twice in the MX2 World Championships, Muscle Milk KTM’s Tommy Searle took the leap of faith across the pond to compete in the U.S. in 2009. While he’s shown flashes of his impressive speed and natural talent it has been a frustrating transition for the most part. The popular twenty-year-old has plenty of time to find his rhythm here in the states and we look forward to catching up with him tonight.
Motoendurance.net’s Robb Beams has teamed up with David Pingree to offer an unbelievable training package for no additional cost to go along with Ping’s new riding DVD that is sure to entertain while teaching. Robb will be on tonight to discuss the details, but you can go to www.Motocross101.com now for more information on the DVD.
Vurb Moto and DMXS have been kindred spirits from the very beginning and we are stoked to have Vurb’s Wes Williams and Brent Stallo in the studio with us tonight on the mics for the entire evening. We’ll be discussing just about everything motocross and beyond as we prepare to descend on Loretta Lynn’s ranch in a few short weeks.
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