Broc Glover aka ‘The Golden Boy’ went pro in motocross at the age of 16 and won six AMA Motocross Championships during his Hall of Fame career. He also fell in love with cycling and running and became a hard core endurance athlete during and after his career on the motorcycle. He came in studio with us to chat about some of his greatest battles with fellow motocross legend David Bailey and about the September 14th event at the Del Mar Fairgrounds that he has created to raise money for Cystic Fibrosis, the disease that his 11 year old son Dayne deals with every day. For details on his event go to www.celebrationofthemotorcycle.com
Ricky James started racing motocross when he was all of 10 years old. By the age of 16 he was one of the best up and coming riders around. Then a crash changed everything and James was paralyzed from the waist down. In 2008, with the help and support of motocross legend – and the 2000 Ironman champion in the handcycle division – David Bailey, Ricky James finished the Ironman World Championship in his first attempt. After a few years away from the sport, Ricky James is back racing triathlons and loving it more than ever.