In this episode I have a really cool chat with MotoAmerica racer Chris Bays who started riding motorcycles on the street about 15 years ago and has been racing motorcycles for the last 5 years at the club and professional levels. While he still likes the idea of riding on the street, Chris’ attention is fully focused on his racing these days.
As he mentions in this episode, once he got bitten by the racing bug, he just couldn’t not race. I’m sure that anyone that has been bitten by the motorcycle bug will understand. Once you’re hooked, you’re hooked!
This episode is also the perfect opportunity to announce this podcast’s official sponsorship of Chris Bays and the Number 621 RBoM Racing Suzuki SV650 in the remainder of the MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship season. So, fire up the MotoAmerica Live+ streaming app or surf on over to Chris’ social media, or to my podcast’s social media and check out the podcast stickers on the racing livery for Chris’ bike.
To help celebrate this new partnership, I am also excited to announce that Bays Racing and this podcast have teamed up to give away one free general admission ticket to see MotoAmerica racing live. The ticket can be used at one of the remaining MotoAmerica rounds in this 2019 season either in Pittsburgh, New Jersey or Alabama. Stayed tuned until the end of the episode for details on how you can enter to win.
- Chris Bays Facebook Page
- Chris Bays Racing 621 on Instagram
- Bays Racing 621 on YouTube
- RBoM Racing on Facebook
- MotoAmerica Twins Cup
- MotoAmerica Live+
- MotoAmerica Off Track Podcast
- Wayne Rainey
- Braeden Ortt
- Western Eastern Roadracing Association (WERA)
- American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM)
- World Superbike (WorldSBK)
- British Superbikes (BSB)
- Autralian Superbike Championship (ASBK)
- American Flat Track (AFT)
- Barber Motorsports Park
- Barber Vintage Motorcycle Museum
- Circuit of the Americas (COTA)