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CSBK’s Ben Young featured on Go Nitro

If you want a roadracing TV fix now that CSBK, MotoGP, World Superbike, and Moto America are done for the season, you can catch CSBK’s Ben Young in an upcoming episode of Go Nitro.

Young, who’s been roadracing all over the world for the past few years (British Superbike, AMA), was CSBK’s rising star this season. The Scottish-Canadian rider took the Pro Rookie of the Year award, and ended the season in third overall in the Pro Superbike class on his BMW S1000RR, which might be why he ended up on TV.

Go Nitro is a sports show with a pretty broad focus, taking viewers behind the scenes of pro sports like basketball, hockey, baseball, and even motorsports. Young is featured in the second episode, after the cameras followed him around during the final event of the CSBK season, the Mosport Canadian Tire Motorsport Park doubleheader.

The first three episodes of the show are available now on-demand on TV1, Bell Fibe TV, channel 1, so if you get that service, you can view this when it suits you.

See the Go Nitro press release below.

CSBK Racer Ben Young featured in Episode #2 of Go Nitro, available on Bell Fibe TV

COLLINGWOOD – Collingwood, Ont.’s Ben Young secured third place in championship points and Brooklin Cycle Racing Pro Rookie of the Year honours in his first Pro MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) season. The new sports television series Go Nitro joined him at the final race of the season at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park to explore what it takes to battle with the best Superbike racers in Canada.

Go Nitro, the groundbreaking new sports television series takes the audience for an in-depth look at professional sports. The series introduces various sports to new or casual fans with behind the scenes content, interviews and high-octane action segments. Sports to be featured include; NASCAR, CSBK, NCAA, NHL, NBA, MLB, and the Olympics.

The first 3 episodes produced by Skycron will premiere nationally on-demand on TV1, Bell Fibe TV, channel 1 starting December 21, 2016 at 8:00 pm ET.

After racing in the UK and the USA for the past few seasons, 2016 marked Young’s first-ever full season racing in Canada piloting a top-level Superbike in the MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship. 

In the second episode of Go Nitro, Young is joined by Go Nitro host and Georgian Bay native Emily Fulford to learn more about the sport of Superbike racing and the preparation that goes into making his #86 Tim Hortons / Scot-Build Developments / BMW Motorrad BMW S1000RR Superbike as competitive as possible.

Young’s segment is sponsored in part by the Dalton Timmis Insurance Group.

Viewers curious about fast-paced four-wheel action will get to meet 17-year old NASCAR Super Stock prodigy Kendra Adams in the first episode.

To learn more about Go Nitro visit http://skycron.com and http://tv1.bell.ca, like www.facebook.com/fibetv1 and www.facebook.com/gonitro, and follow on Twitter @skycron and @fibeTV1.

Young’s partners for his 2016 CSBK season include; Tim Hortons (Sudbury), Scot-build Developments, BMW Motorrad Canada, AXO Racing, Arai Helmets, Hindle Exhaust, KarmaComa Studio, Woodcraft, Human 2.0, Core Power high protein milkshakes, K-Tech Suspension, Epic Racewear, Vortex Racing and K&N Filters.

He is also a proud “Laps for Muscular Dystrophy” (Laps4MD) rider who’s pledged to donate $1 for every lap he leads this season. These donations go to Muscular Dystrophy Canada to help make a difference in the lives of over 50,000 Canadians affected by a neuromuscular disorder.

To keep up-to-date on Ben Young throughout the year visit; www.BenYoungRacing.com, www.facebook.com/BenYoungRacing and on Twitter and Instagram: @benyoung_86.

One thought on “CSBK’s Ben Young featured on Go Nitro”

  1. Thanks for the great article on Ben and our show! Just so you know, Episode #1 of the network version of the show which contains Ben’s segment is available for free online on our official channel. We encourage sharing (Of course, gotta tune in to the TV show for future episodes though)! You’re more than welcome to embed the video in your article so people can view it right in it if you want. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QfSx9OTVVk8

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