AMA Pro Road Racing

  • Kaleb De Keyrel wins Tommy Aquino Spirit Award

    Here is the description of the award I won this year! “Tommy Aquino Spirit Award” will be granted to an AMA Pro Road Racing rider who best embodies the spirit of the paddock during the 2014 season. The paddock will vote for the rider who exemplifies qualities mirroring those of Tommy including passion for the sport, fan engagement and team interaction. The award will be presented on behalf of Cortech and SHOEI at the conclusion of the 2014 AMA Pro Road Racing season. » more

  • Shelina Moreda Blog

    We just announced our first "away" Girlz MotoCamp. It's scheduled in Indianapolis on October 24-26 at Mid-America Speedway. We have some of the fastest girls in the country coming together to instruct at this camp. A power-house group of top notch female Flat Trackers, Roadracers and Cross Country racers to share their skillset. We have an extraordinary opportunity at this camp for students to put their learned skills to use during an optional Halloween Costume competition all-girls class night race. » more

  • De Keyrel Racing Heads to New Jersey for the final AMA Pro race

    As we head to New Jersey, the last round of the AMA Pro Road Racing series, I think about all the great things we have accomplished this 2014 season! I am currently in 5th place in the 2014 AMA Pro Road racing Championship and have been training hard for the last two battles of the season » more

  • Kyle Wyman Blog - Ride like a champion

    One of my goals for the 2014 race season was to ride more. In past years it's been tough to get on track between AMA Pro rounds, and I wanted to find a way to stay on a motorcycle more despite our shortened series this year. » more

  • Team Chilipepper rides with GGMacJade Racing for a Charity Supermoto Endurance Race by Chix4aCause

    My AMA Pro Roadracing teammate, Hayden Schultz, and I wanted to go ride. We had been working all week on PR and sponsorship packets, and not only did we want a reward for our hard work... we both needed to get on a motorcycle. I called up my friend Chris Kemp, owner of GGMacJade Racing. Kemp is usually down to ride, and this time was no exception. He brought a fleet of 3 KTM Supermoto bikes, all built by HMC Racing, and we switched between those and Hayden's 450 all Sunday. » more

  • One Thing Leads to Another - PR and Training with Hadyen and Team Chilipepper Racing

    Well I have been in Indy for 2 and a half weeks now. This isn't what I had planned. But sometimes things don't happen the way you plan and sometimes it's for the better. Turns out we impromptu scheduled some Team Building for Chilipepper Racing these past two weeks. » more

  • De Keyrel Racing at two different tracks on the same weekend. Splitting the team up for the weekend

    Practice started off good, I was running 1:46's throughout the day. After getting used to the bike, I started to lower my times. I had made up a lot of my time with corner entry speed. Lots of the time I was losing was through turn one and two the fastest parts of the track. I wasn’t fully pinned, so I started working on being fully pinned through those turns and started dropping time. By the end of the day of practice, I was doing 1:40's. » more

  • Hayden Schultz - Indianapolis Race Report

    Another weekend in the books for this season and this round showed some of the best results yet. It was great finally having a home race especially when the track is as historic as Indianapolis Motor Speedway. The weekends activities kicked off on thursday when the team arrived at the track and began setting up the pits and making sure the bikes were all set to go for the day of riding ahead. The crew of Chris "chilipepper" Richardson, Paul Diener, Elvis Johns, Chad Clickner, Dale Schultz, and the principal of my school, Jared Mason made sure the bikes were running at peak condition and had the pits looking great. We also had the pleasure of working with the friendly people from Lucas Oil. They sponsored us with plenty of their top of the line product and displayed it at the pits, giving it a more professional look. » more

  • De Keyrel Racing would like to Thank all supports and sponsors.

    With the race season starting to wind down and all the talk about 2015, De Keyrel Racing would like to make sure it thanks everyone who had a hand in such a successful 2014 season. » more

  • Shelina Moreda - Indy Race Report

    From my first day here, Indy was awesome. I flew in and was featured on Channel 8, WISH TV straight away. Indy Style is the show, and Andi Hauser hosts it. They invite me back on the show every year, since I became the first female to race at Indy on a motorcycle. Andi also comes to my races each year! I'd caught a cab to the television station with who turned out to be a partner in the law firm that represents Harley Davidson, what a coincidence. Then I got picked up by my team and got to ride around the new track on a scooter with my Chilipepper Racing teammate, Hayden Schultz. We got to check out the new layout of Indianapolis Motor Speedway and the fresh pavement, which we were both excited to test out first hand. » more

  • De Keyrel family burning up tracks

    You'd have to downshift considerably to say it's been anything but a memorable and fast-paced summer for Kaleb De Keyrel. » more

  • Kaleb De Keyrel is in second place for Roadracing World Young Gun Award

    If you are chosen to be a Young Gun, are 18 or younger at the start of the AMA Pro season and are running in AMA Pro SuperSport or Daytona SportBike classes, then you are in the running for a $2,500 first place prize. If you accumulate the most points, then you are the Roadracing World Young Gun of the year! I am currently in second place behind Jake Lewis going into the last round of AMA Pro Road Racing at New Jersey! » more

  • Kyle Wyman Blog - All for Grandpa Harv

    It’s hard to believe that the season is really almost over. With us just finishing up with Laguna, and the next round at Mid-Ohio this coming weekend, we’re now only 3 races away from a complete 2014 season. My weekend in Alabama was full of adversity - I finished eleventh in both Daytona Sportbike races, and crashed out of the Harley-Davidson race. It was a tough two-day event and I was looking forward to a couple weeks off before heading out west to California. » more

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