NBC Sports Radio Launches Holeshot RadioFriday, April 5, 2013 | 12:50 PM
NBC Sports Radio 1510AM out of Boston has launched Holeshot Radio, a New England based, National Radio Show all about Motocross and Supercross! The show features some of the best bench racing, tech tips, and pro and industry interviews, as well as local riding news, racing, and everything else. This is your one stop program for all things Motocross.
Hosts John Pica, The Legend Doug Henry, and Dave Olcott will be broadcasting every Saturday morning from 6-7am, the perfect time to tune in on your way to the races. NBC Sports Radio 1510AM is a 50,000-watt station that broadcasts into 5 states: MA, NH, ME, RI, and CT. Boston is considered a top 10 market nationally.
Are you outside the signal area? No worries, you can tune in with any smart phone, tablet, or laptop with the “Tune In” radio app – FREE in the App Store. Once downloaded, just open the app and search for 1510 WUFC and begin listening to the magic unfold.
Not up at 6am on a Saturday? All shows are archived on itunes – for FREE. Log into itunes from your smart phone, tablet or laptop and search for “Holeshot Radio”. All shows will be archived so you can listen to them on demand, at anytime you choose.
The premier episode will air this Saturday, April 6th, at 6am. Special interview with Jimmy Decotis with some breaking news about his new ride for Mitch Payton in Europe! Perfect for everyone driving to NEMX Rd 2 at Middleboro, MA. Holeshot Radio would like to thank the special industry sponsors who believed in this project and stepped up right away: Spectro Oils, NEMX, Novik Gloves, Cycles 128, JP3 Graphics, and the Stimilon Motocross Challenge.
Follow us on Twitter @holeshotradio and like us on facebook: Holeshot Radio. Interested in advertising, have important news, or just want to be on the show? Email [email protected] or [email protected]
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