Brown, Byrd and Gust
on Pit Pass Radio
Harv Whipple congratulates champion Joe
Byrd for a job well done.
MORGANTOWN, W.Va. (September 28,
2007) – Tune in to Pit Pass Radio on
Tuesday, October 2 for the one-hour show
featuring three of the fastest AMA Pro ATV
riders in the country. That's right! None other
than Joe Byrd, Patrick Brown and Doug Gust will
be LIVE on the air with AMA Pro ATV Series
Manager Harv Whipple.
"I have an hour lined up on
www.pitpassradio, a syndicated
motorsports radio talk show based out of Des
Moines, Iowa," Whipple said. "I will be on and
I have Joe Byrd, Pat Brown & Doug Gust all set
to be on. A little FYI - at the moment, Doug is
in Oregon doing a Suzuki photo shoot, Joe is in
Cali for contract negotiations and Pat Brown is
For Pit Pass Radio, we dialed Tony Wenck for
more information as Tony is a host on the show.
Gust over the Walnut whoop section.
Pit Pass Radio has hosted ATV riders in the
passed, while targeting all aspects of
motorcycle racing in between. "We actually
had Barry Hawk on not too long ago," Tony said.
"He's been an ATV guy."
As for the AMA Pro ATV riders, Tony actually
caught a glimpse of this very competition at the
July round ten Concept Haulers ATV Showdown in
Walnut, Illinois, where Joe Byrd took two solid
holeshots and two moto wins, over Jeremy Lawson
in second, Pat Brown finished third and a 3-3
and Doug Gust was fourth with a 7-4.
“Walnut was the first time I actually went to an
ATV national," Tony said. "I just went because
it was kind of close to me, and I was blown
away. I absolutely could not believe how fast
they were going. It was scary.”
After the showdown at the first-ever AMA Pro ATV
Open Invitational when twenty ATV riders shared
the weekend at Steel City with the AMA Motocross
National, Tony figured it was a smart move in
adding ATVs to traditional dirt bike events.
The first lap battle between Byrd and Brown at
“I think people will respond to it differently,"
he said. "Once people see the ATV guys go, I
think they’re going to be blown away by how fast
they go, and then compare their lap times to a
lot of the 450 riders that are riding dirt
bikes. I think everybody will be kind of
Tune in on Tuesday to find out what else they
have to say about the ATV riders.
“Be sure to call in if you want,” Tony said.
“We’ll have the 800-number there for you.
Tuesday night. We’ll see ya."
The call in number for the show is toll free
866-333-5966 or 515-284-5966.
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