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Talking Motorcycles West Coast Road Racing Special with Tyler Ohara and Shelina Moreda
Tyler Ohara is the 2014 Daytona Vance & Hines Harley Series Daytona winner. He finished 2nd in the event then was declared the winner following Kyle Wyman’s disqualification in post race inspection. What was a good start to the 2014 Championship season is now a great one. Ohara is fired up and we talk to him about Daytona, Road America and the year ahead. In recent years, if you are going to win a Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series National Championship, Tyler is one of the riders you must deal with. 2014 appears to be the same way. A classic battle is already underway in the most competitive V & H HD Series!
Shelina Moreda is without a doubt one of the busiest and most diverse riders in the Pro Road Racing paddock and the sport overall. If riding the raucous XR1200 and the Brammo E-road racer was not enough diversity for you, she teaches other ladies the art of racing and on occasion dons umbrella girl apparel and wows them on pit road. A new element in the mix is her growing interest in flat track. We talk about all that and Shelina's plans for this season.
Host, Barry Boone, will summarize and comment on the conversation from last weeks show with David Lloyd of Lloyd Brothers Motorsports Ducati Team concerning the future of professional flat track in America. We reflect on the conversation and discuss the highlights revealed.
Join us tonight at 8pm Eastern on Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone.
Craig Bramscher, CEO and Chairman of Brammo Inc., has taken one part response to high gas prices, one part sustainability and one part innovative industrial design and blended them all into the hottest motorcycles to hit the asphalt, the race track and the showroom in a hundred years. The fuel behind the success of the Brammo Enertia and the Brammo Encite electric motorcycles are such innovations as the Brammo Power battery and the Brammo Digital Drive Train technology that have wowed such maj
Based in Ashland, Oregon, Brammo is the first US company in 50 years to mass produce motorcycles and seem to be doing it in an effortless manner - in spite of this down economy.
Craig Bramscher, CEO of Brammojoins us to share his ideas on how, using green technologies, they may have found the secret to a thriving small business and maybe even saving the planet.