August 31, 2011 – Fullerton, CA – As the “The Moto Show with Jim Holley” (TMS) gets into it’s third week, the star power of guests continues to stay strong as everyone involved is seeing the potential in this new show and wants to be on it. Episode three features Jeremy “Showtime” McGrath, David “The Icon” Bailey, Pete Doyle from the Yoshimura Suzuki Team and Bob “Hurricane” Hannah jumping in to help his buddies at Matrix Concepts show off their new products.
“Every week, we all learn a little bit more and people are saying the shows are getting better each week. Having guest talent like we are getting makes producing the show that much easier and more fun,” said Todd Huffman, series creator and Executive Producer at Pipeline Digital Media. “After three weeks we are proving to the industry and ourselves that a weekly talk show about motorcycle competition can be pulled off.”
Jeremy McGrath discusses his MXoN experiences, his truck racing career and commented about Chad Reed’s season and more, while David Bailey talks about his new role at JT Racing, his new bicycle company and his Ironman experiences. Pete Doyle from the Rockstar Makita Suzuki Road Racing team chats about the strategy for Blake Young going into the last two rounds of the AMA Superbike Series, and Chadd Cole from Matrix Concepts gets some “help” from Bob Hannah as he shows Jim the new Matrix line of products.
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As TMS enters it’s third week viewership continues to grow on YouTube as enthusiasts are discovering the show through web sites, social media pages and word of mouth. The first episode is heading towards 12,000 views and combined the shows are approaching 25,000 views.
“It’s great to see the numbers grows like this on a new motorcycle media project like this developed specifically for YouTube and the Internet,” said Huffman. “After week four we should continue to get encouraging numbers as the show finds even more viewers around the US and abroad.”