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Girl George & the Dragons Radio Show #122-70..
5-17-15.Sun.3pm (pst).5pm (cst).6pm (est) ~ also Helios Creed calls in~
Interview::Eric Adrian Helsley..Artist/turntablist/musician
Well the appaloosa don't fall far from the tree..
in Groups called: Vinyl Time Travelers..& Icehorse.
in the top ten in world wide D.J. contest..DMC.
Done some Scratching on Dark Matter..& Helios Creed Albums.
Oh He Skate Boards Too..
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME / COMING HOME FOR THE 110th. STURGIS TO MILWAUKEE
Special Guests: Patrick Simmons, Musician, Collector, Vintage Bike Enthusias Cris Sommer Simmons, Author, Motor Maid, Vintage Bike Enthusiast
Many folks find it hard to take the time to really hit the road on their motorcycles. Work schedules and family obligations often get in the way. But what do you do if you find yourself touring with one of the biggest rock and roll bands in the world throughout most of the year, or writing award-winning books, and you need a motorcycle fix? This week, we are joined by friends of the program, Cannonball finishers, and serious motorcycle junkies Pat and Cris Simmons. When Pat isn’t hard at work touring with The Doobie Brothers and Cris finds herself a free moment from writing bestselling books, the two of them are on the lookout for their next motorcycle adventure. In 2013, the couple decided to celebrate the 110th Anniversary of Harley Davidson in a very special way; Pat and Cris hopped aboard their 1914 and 1915 Harley twins and rode from the Sturgis Motorcycle Museum and Hall of Fame in South Dakota to the Harley Davidson Museum in Wisconsin. Their trip went off without a hitch, and was a great way for the couple to spend time together.
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME / REVIVING A LEGEND: 1913 VELOCE
Special Guests: Pete Young, Historian, Blogger and Veteran Bike Enthusiast
When looking at the English motorcycle market, one of the most renowned names that comes to mind is the legendary Velocette. From the early teens until 1970, the Veloce Ltd Company produced, sold, and raced these famous motorcycles, winning numerous championship titles in the process. The Velocette name came into play on their 2 stroke models produced in 1913; previously, the four-stroke machines had been badged as “Veloce” models. These early Veloce models have become extremely rare, and known examples number in the single digits. Our guest this week came upon a 1913 four-stroke model in 2010 which was in poor shape to say the least. Given the rarity of the machine and Pete Young’s love for veteran English motorcycles, he jumped into a complete restoration of the machine. Pete is well known throughout the vintage motorcycle world for his widely successful blog “Occhio Lungo” which covers all of the exciting projects that come across his workbench, incredible looks into the history of early motorcycling, and the wonderful riding events around the world for these early machines
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME - CELEBRATING THE KNUCKLEHEAD PART 1 PRE-WAR
Special Guests: Matt Olsen, Restorer, Builder at Carl’s Cycle Supply David Monahan, Collector, Historian Anthony Rutledge, Collector, Historian
In 1936, Harley Davidson began a new era in their history with the introduction of the overhead valve v-twin model known as the Knucklehead. Prior to this motor introduction, Harley Davidson was primarily known for its sidevalve and F-Head powerplants that combined both overhead and sidevalve technology. The Knucklehead marked the first production run of an entirely OHV model and would forever turn the course of design for the Milwaukee-based company. The Harley Davidson Knucklehead was produced for 11 years, from 1936-1947 and has remained as one of the most desired collector’s pieces for decades now. Of these years, the models produced prior to World War II have remained as the king when it comes to value and rarity.
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME With PANHEAD JIM'S 1933 HARLEY VL
Special Guests: “Panhead Jim” Mahaney, Historian, Blogger and Vintage Enthusiast
Ever since the widespread introduction of automobiles and motorcycles, their owners have set out to see the world around them from behind the controls. The early days saw most enthusiasts trying to cross the United States from coast-to-coast; not an easy task when the majority of the country was still unpopulated and lacking proper roads. These trips were often treacherous and long, but still the popularity grew. Today, the thought of touring the country is still exciting, but is nowhere near as treacherous. Cross-country trips today are usually done from the comfort of a climate controlled auto or large touring motorcycle. But, this week on Classic Chrome, we are joined by an old bike enthusiast who is setting out on his own to prove that old machines can still reliably make the journey. “Panhead Jim” Mahaney, who lives in North Carolina, is well-known for his antique motorcycle blog “Riding Vintage”. Jim is also a contributor to numerous magazines, such as American Iron, and has ridden many thousands of miles on old machines. Currently, Jim is in the process of building a 1933 Harley Davidson VL which he will be riding solo across the United States from California to North Carolina.
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME RADIO LIVE
Classic Chrome host Buck Carson is live on location at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas for the 2015 Pate Transportation Meet. This massive swap meet and antique show is open to automobiles and motorcycles both. Hundreds of antique motorcycles are on display at the AMCA Cherokee Chapter booth, where there is a Concours d'Elegance Show taking place all weekend. Join us on Saturday, May 2nd as we sit down with some of the giant players in the motorcycle industry!
CLASSIC CHROME - FORMING A CLUB: AMAC SMOKEY MOUNTAIN CHAPTER
Special Guests: Steve Alexander, President, AMCA Smoky Mountain Chapter Michael Goehring, Founding Member, AMCA Smoky Mountain Chapter Keith Kizer, Executive Director, Antique Motorcycle Club of America
One of the most important things about owning an antique motorcycle is the chance to interact with others who have the same passion as you do. And what better way to accomplish that than to join one of the largest old motorcycle clubs in the world: The Antique Motorcycle Club of America. The AMCA provides a nationwide network of old bike enthusiasts who are looking to interact and further the good, clean sport of vintage motorcycles. In addition, the AMCA is also comprised of smaller regional chapters of the club that allow you to meet the people in your area that share your passion. But, what if you don’t have a chapter near you and still want to have an AMCA affiliation? Our guests this week have answered just this question by forming the newest affiliate of the AMCA: the Smoky Mountain Chapter.
CLASSIC CHROME - REVIEW OF THE E.J. COLE AUCTION
Special Guests: Ron Christenson, Mecum Auctions E.J. Cole
Recently, the world turned its eyes to the city of Las Vegas, Nevada, where Mecum Auctions handled what is now being called the “Auction of the Century”. 225 staggeringly-rare and historic motorcycles from the personal collection of Mr. E.J. Cole crossed the auction block and headed off to new owners around the world. Many of these machines had never before been seen together and collectively represented the development of the American motorcycle industry throughout the 20th Century. The auction produced several record sales prices, such as $650,000.00 for the 1907 Harley Davidson Strap-Tank, and $775,000.00 for the ex-Steve McQueen 1915 Cyclone. On April 8th at 7pm Central, join us as we sit down with Ron Christenson, head of the Mecum Motorcycle Division, and Mr. E.J. Cole himself to discuss the results of this monumental sale
Google Chrome is one of the top browsers that people use to surf the web. Did you know that there a Google Chrome extensions that you can add that can enhance your browsing experience while helping you stretch your dollars in your business? If not, this is the show for you! Join host and author Lisa Sims as she discusses the five must have Google Chrome extensions to save you time and money in your business.
CLASSIC CHROME - CANNONBALL HANDBUILT SHOW
Special Guests: Lonnie Isam Jr, Event Promoter: Motorcycle Cannonbal Jason Sims, Event Staff: Motorcycle Cannonball Alan Stulberg, Revival Cycles
In the early 1900's one man was the name in transcontinental record-setting motorcycle and automobile runs. This man crossed the wild American landscape numerous times in feats of stamina, skill, and devotion unlike any other. Imagine riding coast-to-coast aboard a 1915 Indian, or 1923 Ner-A-Car in just mere days, when there were no real paved roads. More than 100 transcontinental speed records for both autos and cars are attributed to Erwin "Cannonball" Baker.
Since 2010, a world-class racing event has taken the motorcycle world by storm. This event is the ultimate challenge of man and machine, and is a tribute to "Cannonball" Baker's record-setting cross-country trips. The Motorcycle Cannonball is the brainchild of Lonnie Isam, Jr, and has been undertaken by a field of enthusiasts three separate times now. In 2010, motorcycles manufactured prior to 1916 crossed America from Kitty Hawk, NC to Santa Monica, CA. 2012 saw the second running of the event from Newburgh, NY to San Francisco, CA for machines built prior to 1930. Last September, pioneering enthusiasts from all over the world conquered America once again, traveling from Daytona Beach, FL to Tacoma, WA aboard machines built prior to 1937.
Third Thursday Wine Muse: To Decant or Not to Decant, That is the Question.
Hosts Linda Rez and William Pollard will speak to Steve Lutz, vigneron, winemaker and proprieter of Lenne Estate to get a first-source perspective on decanting. How do we know which wines to decant and which not to decant? How can decanting improve OR destroy a wine?
The hosts will also do a LIVE test on the show:
1. Pouring directly from the bottle to the glass.
2. Pouring through an aerator to the glass.
3. Pouring into a decanter, letting it sit, and then pouring it into the glass.
William will also share his reviews on industry leading aerators.
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