Peckhammer TV is part documentary, part internet news magazine, and part consumer guide. The original mission of this web series was to document individuals who have a passion for their work and life within the motorsports industry. Over its three year history, Peckhammer TV has grown into a multi-faceted resource for the motorcycling community. Peckhammer TV is produced by David Aldrich, a Seattle-based documentary director, cinematographer and independent motorsports journalist.
Wednesday, September 02, 2009
The Art of Perseverance: Glen Cox
We spoke with Glenn Cox on July 18, 2009, during a Pikes Peak International Hillclimb practice session held at Devil's playground. 2009 marks the 8th year he has competed at PPIHC, and he readily admits being addicted to the second oldest race in America.
Last year was his first attempt in the 1205cc division, where he rode a KTM Super Duke 990. He reflected on his crash that likely cost him second or third place. Despite his crash, and through sheer perseverance, he still finished the race, passing several riders on the way to the finish line.
You might expect a rider to be gun shy after crashing like that, but Glenn seemed relaxed, smoother, and faster. He said he was determined to make it to the top, and was setting his sites on a top three finish.
Glenn also discussed improvements to his KTM Super Duke, namely the Motobox intake system which added an additonal 15HP to this already potent motorcycle. And of course, he talked about "the skateboard mod." We think he should have left the wheels on...
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