Fast Lane Racing

Fast Lane Racing


Shoutout to Matt Knudsen for helping get better and work on the little things to get the bump up to intermediate. An awesome coach!
Big day today. Looking forward to a podium photo. Good luck to Fast Lane Racing Team
Man this season has been one for the books. A late start from covid, mixed in with a totally brand new platform for me to figure out left me struggling to find pace and front end feel till the back half of the season. But thanks to the help from friends and supporters I was able to pull together some big wins. For this season I chose to pair down my goals and really focus on the Evolve GT Track Days MotoGladiator Motorcycle Racing series, where I was able to secure the Expert 600 title on a bike with half the horsepower as the competition. Many thanks to all who helped me achieve this such as Fast Lane Racing, RnR Cycles, R2R - Readytoride, and many more. But most importantly I have to thank my lovely wife AnneMarie Freedman for watching D and letting me get away on weekends to pursue what I love.
can someone tell me how brad is
Can someone tell me how brad is. Thanks. Jan
Shout out to our friends at Fast Lane Racing! Glad to have this crew 🚫💧💪
Well grab those wins in march bro, still was a good time. Just try to keep your ac unit in one piece next

Motorcycle Race Team / Road Racing

Operating as usual


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Friend of mine found this on a video game in Micro Center, a driving simulator game


Racing is starting in a few min. at Summit Point Raceway.

Photos from Fast Lane Racing's post 04/10/2022

Here’s the before, hopefully it looks just as good after Team Challenge


Weekend not going like I would prefer. Crashed hard in the first race, ended up in a stream. Bike, it’s destroyed but the motor is still good so it’s going in Jason‘s bike to race tomorrow


Understanding the flags at the race track


Good luck to Hell Yea Racing


2nd in class, fourth overall in TC1 at Homestead speedway


Homestead speedway , Miami bound. 1st Team challenge of the year.


Kyle McGill, happy winner of a set of EBC Racing Brake Pads.




Stolen from Rhiannon


Pretty good.


50% off oil change service for any veterans today. At RnR Cycles in Sterling, Va. USA just show up, we will do it while you wait.


Just got this photo from Art Diaz Lightweight National Champion and the recipient of a free set of EBC race brake pads.
“Thanks for the brakes. I’ve been using EBCs my entire 35 year racing career and they’ve never let me down. “


Check Out this Crash!!


Fast Lane Racing ~ 2021 That’s a Wrap!
Team Captain: Rick Beggs
As I’m leaving Daytona, I can’t help but think how this season didn’t turn out as planned. Fast Lane Racing was looking to repeat last year’s winning season, instead we took second or third in the ASRA Team Challenge GTU Championship with a Fourth-Place overall finish

Here’s a recap of our Daytona weekend…
Thursday - practice day - Jason Gibbons and I spent time helping Mr. Ulrich and his Team Hammer crew with their Advanced Riding School & Track Day. Approximately 15 students attended race school with another ~40 in the street rider group. The excitement helped kick start our day off just right. I highly recommend you sign up for the Team Hammer experience if it’s offered in your area. You will learn something new & it’s money we’ll spent. You won’t be disappointed.

Friday - Day two - Team Challenge Day!!
We had two practice sessions before it was our time to play. We added Ben Walters on our main Fast Lane Racing (FLR) Team 1, with Brad Moser on FLR 2 and Jason Gibbons on FLR 3. FLR teams 2 & 3 signed up to knock off laps in preparation for the upcoming Spring 2022 Daytona 200.

It’s Showtime - I decided to start the race since Ben had only ridden a few laps on my Kawi. When the green flag dropped, I got a good start and finished lap one in 6th. This position didn’t last long once the unlimited class bikes hit the banking and started to pass right on by. Here’s where it gets fun for me to decide which bikes to draft off and which bikes to pass. I relied on my EBC Brakes for passing into turn one and my Pirelli tires for the traction needed to brake hard & deep into the corners. About 17 laps in, the fuel light started to blink so I came for more VP MR 12 fuel and the rider exchange. After a quick fill-up, Ben Walters took off. Five laps later, a red flag. Ben came in, we topped off the bike, replaced the rear Pirelli tire, and finished up just in time for the restart. I’m back up, and this time, I was finally comfortable and my lap times improved. My Lextek Titanium exhaust had me getting 169 miles an hour out of a stock Kawasaki 636. The red flag helped us make up time, but it wasn’t enough for a podium finish this season. FLR ended up finishing the race fourth overall or so we thought. Fourth was posted as final on the wall, then two hours later, an updated post showed us finishing up in sixth place. Not sure what happened with that??

Saturday - We each had three sprints, and yes, I’m counting the GTU race as a sprint. In practice, I crashed going into the chicane which damaged both sides of my bike, ripped off both handlebars, and tore up my right thumb pretty bad, too. Thanks again to Taichi leathers and Arai helmets for passing yet another crash test. We managed to get the bike back together with the help of Hell Yeah Racing and made it to the track for the GTU race. I missed the warm-up lap but made the start. I was racing on cold tires with sand still on them! It was a little scary at first, but I got through it and by the second lap, I was up to speed. 11th place finish

MW Super Sport Expert - Started in the second row. When the flag dropped, I took off and got out in front of everybody for the first two or three turns before getting passed. Then it turned into another game of which bikes to draft and which bikes to pass. 11th place finish.

F40 Middleweight - Started in the front row and led the entire first lap! Then, the faster bikes were up to speed and passed me. Passing and re-passing made it a blast. 4th place finish.

Well, 2021 didn’t turn out as we had hoped with a repeat, but it was still fun-fun-fun!

There are so many people to thank for their continued support which allows us to do what we love. I hope I don’t leave anyone out…

Thanks to Our Team, Rick Beggs, Jason Gibbons, Brad Moser, Ben Walters, Promoter Susie Cummins, Crew Chief Mike Crawford, and Pit help from everybody at the track - Grease Monkey Racing, Greg Lheroux, Ben Walters Sr, Anthony Consorte, Jesse Beggs, David Culkowski, John Cambell, Kyle Mcgill, and James Bock.

Special thanks goes out to our families & friends. Brad, Jason and I couldn’t race without you. My kids, Sami, Jesse and Ryker are my biggest fans.

Many thanks to all of our sponsors, without which, we could not participate in this unbelievably exciting sport.

*2021 Sponsors*


Finished three great days at Daytona International Speedway. One crash, one broken thumb and an uglier bike. 2/4 places and second place in the national championship. I had an awesome weekend though. Race reports for weekends like this are easy to do. Report coming soon.

Photos from Fast Lane Racing's post 10/16/2021

Some shots from Team Challenge yesterday.

Photos from Fast Lane Racing's post 10/16/2021

Safety crew keeping us safe. Thank you guys.


It was a pretty motorcycle before I crashed hard going into the chicane during practice. With the help of my team and the Hell Yeah racing guys, we got it back together just in time to make the GTU race. I didn’t make the warm-up lap and ended up starting on old dirty tires. First lap was a little slow but I had fun after that.


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Into the twos first dry practice. Need a few more


If you don’t believe me, give it a try!!


Team Challenge!!


Florida Georgia line


Daytona bound, see y’all there


Damarus Charles got his E.B.C. Racing Brake pads in the Mail today.


Here is 1 Minute of my 13 minute ordeal on the Core 360 machine in Reston Va. I am at 0° parallel with the ground. But it also does any other angle. 10 rotations is tough. Contact info in the comments if you want to try it

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