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Local custom builder and racer AJ Konkol owns two businesses that are all about power and speed. EndlessAutoSport focuses on custom cars and drag racing (including his own 2004 Pontiac GTO), and Wicked Moto is one of the fastest growing sportbike performance parts supplier and shops in the Milwaukee area, working with some of the biggest names in the industry. AJ will be talking with us about some of the most exciting and bizarre bikes that have rolled out of his shop, his experiences in racing and some of the great people and machines he’s come into contact with along the way.
THE IVES BROTHERS WALL OF DEATH RIDERS
The Ives Brothers have traveled around the world since Cody was 7 and Kyle was 9. Cody first started riding in the Ball of Steel with Shawn, his father, with Tonya, his mother, standing in the middle. The family traveled with a circus for about a year before they joined forces with Harley Davidson to put together one of the best all American stunt shows to date. They still ride in the Ball Of Steel, Freestyle Motocross and now the Wall of Death. Their passion for the Wall of Death drives them to carry on a tradition of board track style racing that is nearly extinct.
The older Ives Brothers, Shawn and Bill, have been riding Vintage V-Twin and custom Harley Davidson's motorcycles for over 30 years. Shawn has been attending motorcycle rallies and bike weeks across the United States for years. Bill would love to follow Shawn to every event, but is an Officer in the United States Army serving his country. Bill is Physician Assistant and is presently assigned to Ft Bragg, North.
The future of Ives Brothers falls on the shoulders of Cody and Kyle. These two boys are exceptional in what they do, which is just about anything on two wheels The boys enjoy tinkering on the old vintage bikes, and have developed the same passion that Shawn and Bill have for Vintage motorcycles.
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