Everybody loves Kyle Chisholm. Without Chiz, the T-Dog Squad would not exist, nor would we have a name for this podcast. So, I had to have my buddy on to talk about his year testing and racing for HEP Motorsports Suzuki. The team checked off a few milestones this season as they signed Ken Roczen and put Chisholm in charge of bike development.
Then I wanted to dive into his transition to the pro ranks from 2004 to 2006. He was a top Team Green prospect those years, so why did it take a while to transfer to the pro ranks full-time? At the end we talked about his friendship with James Stewart, growing up around him, and meeting people like Ken Griffey Jr and David Banner. Chiz has seen a lot in this sport and he remembers everything, which is amazing for all of us. You really can’t miss this episode.
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