Baker fresh off his Superprestigio win against Marquez. Carr chimes in on the new AMA Pro "No Restrictor" rule. Gardiner says "Toss it All" and start fresh with a new GNC!
DAYTONA BEACH, FL (January 15, 2014) - There's a new American Idol on Wednesday nights and he's showcasing the best talent motorcycle racing has to offer. Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone, hits the airwaves at 8:00 p.m. EST as part of the Next Moto Champion's internet broadcast line-up.
Tonight's show will feature two of AMA Pro Flat Track's greatest racers and the controversial columnist from MotorcycleUSA.com
Brad Baker - Factory Harley-Davidson - EXCLUSIVE USA INTERVIEW!
"The Bullet" fills us in on his experience in Barcelona at the Superprestigio Invitational and his race against 2013 MotoGP World Champion Marc Marquez. Baker will also let us know his thoughts on the removal of restrictors from the Expert Twins class and the effect this will have on his riding style on the Harley-Davidson Factory XR750. We will also take your calls for an opportunity to go one-on-one with Harley-Davidson's newest factory rider.
Chris Carr - Seven Time Grand National Champion
Chris will join us this episode to chime in on the restrictor issue and give his opinion on the concept of a true Grand National series including adding road race to the schedule. Chris understands our sport as well as anyone in the business, always has an opinion and is never afraid to express it.
Mark Gardiner - MotorcycleUSA.com columnist
Mark joins us to discuss an article he penned for MotorcycleUSA that created a media firestorm about the concept of merging Superbike with Flat Track for a return to a reunified Grand National Championship and a true number one plate for the best rider in the country. We will discuss his social media rant from Spain that was highly critical of AMA Pro Racing and his subsequent direct apology.
No doubt this will be a very fast paced and lively episode so make sure to tune in at 8:00 p.m. EST. Here is the direct link.
About Barry Boone
Barry is a touring motorcyclist with over a million miles of street riding under his helmet. He's also the voice of AMA Pro Road Racing and AMA Pro Flat Track and a third generation motorcycle enthusiast. His 12 years of radio experience combined with his knowledge of motorcycling and racing makes for the perfect combination and the perfect host for Next Moto Champion's newest addition to their line-up of internet radio talk shows.
About Next Moto Champion
Next Moto Champion has tomorrow's World Champions today! Next Moto Champion talk show, magazine and website covers the emerging talent of both road racing and flat track as amateur riders burst onto the professional scene. Connect with racers, celebrities and industry pros as nextmotochampion.com interviews the fast and fearless stars of amateur and professional motorcycle racing.