This year's event will feature racing stars Josh Hayes (Monster Energy Graves Motorsports Yamaha), Blake Young (Yoshimura Suzuki), Roger Lee Hayden (National Guard Jordan Suzuki), Larry Pegram (Foremost Pegram Racing BMW), Ben Bostrom (Jordan Suzuki), Steve Rapp (Attack Kawasaki) with notables: Jake Holden, Danny Eslick, Geoff May, Chris Ulrich and Chis Filmore and Chris Clark all racing the National Guard American Superbike class.
In support classes you will see Jason Disalvo (Latus Triumph), Martin Cardenas (Geico M4 Suzuki), Superbike veterans Jake Zemke (DucShop 848Evo) & Tommy Hayden (YES Graves Yamaha) with notable fast young guns Tommy Aquino, Jake Gagne, Cory West, Benny Solis and JD Beach racing in the Go Pro Daytona SportBike class.
Following that amazing cast will be Elena Myers, James Respoli, Hayden Gillim, Corey Alexander, Jake Lewis, Zach Herrin, and about 15 others that are working their way to being the champion of the Motorcycle-Superstore.com Super Sport class.
I had the opportunity to sit down with Cameron Gray of M1 PowerSports to talk about the upcoming Big Kahuna Nationals Atlanta event. He will tell us the history of the event, the origin of the name and what the fans can expect during the weekend to keep us all entertained. G2W (Georgia On Two Wheels) will be at the event handing out free kickstand coasters for bikes parking in the fields and gravel. Stop by our booth and pick one up. Then sign up for our email news letter that we hope to begin in July of this year.
This is my first ever video interview. I have enhanced it the best I can and will have a different camera in the future, but for a first effort I'm pretty proud. Please note that you will have to switch the setting to 720p for the best viewing application. I would like to thank Cameron Gray for his time.
Paul Carruther's from Cycle News is allowing us to post a link to the interview they posted today with Cameron about the Big Kahuna Nationals. Please click this link: Cycle News M1 interview .