Daley to Make Television Appearance

Mississauga Ont. - Trevor Daley, runner up in the 2014 Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship, has announced that he will be making two television appearances in the near future on Rogers TV.

On Monday, March 9th Daley will be the guest of Will Nash and co host Melanie on the Rogers TV show 'The Daytimer'. The one hour talk format show will feature Daley and his One Speed Chop Shop/Suzuki GSXR1000 for a full fifteen minute live broadcast interview and will be directed to the Rogers Barrie area. Broadcast time 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

Daley's second TV stint will happen on Friday, March 13th on 'The Daytimer' hosted by Jeff Moore and targeted to the York Region. His second opportunity will also be a fifteen minute spot highlighting Canadian Superbike racing also between 10:00 and 11:00. 

"I'm really looking forward to this." Daley enthused. "It's a great opportunity to talk about Mopar CSBK and the series. There will probably be quite a few people watching that don't know much about us so the exposure should be good. They boast an audience total of one point two million viewers so maybe I can interest some new fans to come out and cheer for us, especially myself.!"

Daley has already made appearances at the International Motorcycle Supershow in January, the Toronto Motorcycle Show in February and is entered in the Motorcycle Springshow in late March. He is also concentrating on his fitness in preparation for the 2015 Mopar CSBK season working on what he refers to as an 'intense' program working alongside AMA Pro Flat Track star Doug Lawrence.

Both versions of Rogers 'The Daytimer' show can be seen on rogerstv.com

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