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  • 01:18

    Boone Voter ID Rules Hearing on June 10 by NC Board of Elections

    in Politics Progressive

    c This is a rebroadcast of the June 10, 2015 Boone North Carolina Board of Elections Public Hearing on the proposed rules for the new Voter ID law, which will come into effect in 2016.

    This hearing is the sixth hearing of many that the NC BOE organized across the state.

    We thank you for listening to these important hearings and we ask that you share this rebroadcast with others in North Carolina, so that more can be made aware of this.

    The deadline to submit written statements for consideration in determining the rules for implementing the Voter ID law is June 30. You can submit your written statements by emailing them to rules@ncsbe.gov or by mailing them to the North Carolina Board of Elections at P.O. Box 27255, Raleigh, NC 27611-7255. We encourage to get your perspectives in to the North Carolina Board of Elections!

    Thanks for listening...

  • 00:58

    Talking Motorcycles with Melissa Paris/Dark Horse Pros

    in Sports

    Melissa Paris is an extremely talented American motorcycle road racer. Her career continues to move forward largely due to her quest for success. We are excited to bring Melissa on to discuss her season and the path that has led her to where she is today! Among other accomplishments, Melissa was the first female to ever compete in World Supersport competition. Now she sets her sights on her return to the MotoAmerica Series in the USA! She is off to a great start on the 2015 season.


    We are all aware of the various crowdfunding options for professional athletes and racers. In this edition, we discuss with Melissa what steered her in the direction of crowdfunding and why she chose Dark Horse Pros


     


    Thank you for joining us for this epsidoe of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone powered by SOZO!


     

  • 01:16

    Talking Motorcycles with Wayne Rainey/Aksland/Carruthers Unplugged

    in Sports

    MotoAmerica Unplugged!


    With 5 events completed and 4 remaining on the 2015 MotoAmerica schedule we go inside the first season with the decision makers!


    Paul Carruthers is the Communications Manager for MotoAmerica. We discuss their fan outreach and evaluate the successes, ideas for improvements and plans moving forward.


    Chuck Aksland is the A in KRAVE. As one of the partners Chuck is involved in nearly every aspect of the sport and the organization. We take a look at the season to date, what is working as well as what can be improved. Their are many moving parts to a professional road racing series. Chuck invested about 20 years as a key player in the Kenny Roberts operation and understands all those pieces and parts.


    Wayne Rainey is a 2 time AMA Superbike Champion and three time 500cc World Champion and serves as President of MotoAmerica. We will discover his thinking about the series at this point in their first season and evaluate successes and perhaps disappointments. Wayne is a man of action who can be seen circulating in the paddock area at every round of the series interacting with teams, fans, sponsors and promoters. In every respect he is hands on.


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  • 01:06

    Talking Motorcycles with Brad Baker/Brandon Cretu

    in Sports

    Brad "The Bullet" Baker won the AMA Pro Flat Track Hagerstown 1/2 Mile National in 2013. The track is perfectly suited for the Harley-Davidson XR750 and Brad's riding style. We talk to the 2013 Grand National Champion about that plus the Harley-Davidson Flat Track at ESPN X-Games Austin!


    Brandon Cretu has competed in the Isle of Man TT 7 times. In our quest to learn more about the highly technical and extremely dangerous event, we will discuss all aspects of the TT with Brandon plus the Macau GP and much more in this special edition of Talking Motorcycles powered by SOZO!


    Special Thanks to: Crosley Radio, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Dunlop Tire, Bell Powersports, Motorcycle-Superstore and NextMotoChampion.com!

  • 01:25

    Talking Motorcycles Isle of Man TT/Brian Nitto/Sasha Valentine

    in Sports

    In this edition of Talking Motorcycles we get behind the scenes stories and information about the just completed Isle of Man TT in the UK. The legendary event is historic in nature and is one of the most challenging and dangerous road racing events on the planet. 


    Brian Nitto of 55 Productions has spent the last 10 years capturing racing images of some of the best riders in the world. He just returned from shooting the Isle of Man TT and declares it an almost life changing experience. The glamor, the excitement, the danger and the professionalism of the event made an indelible mark on Brian and he joins us to discuss everything he learned and experience on the tiny island.


     


    Sasha Valentine of CaferacerXXX is joining us to discuss the every growing cafe scene. She has worked tirelessly to put together a ride to the Hagerstown, Maryland round of the AMA Pro Grand National Series. Sasha is from the DC area, knows all the great roads and road side attractions. We are very excited to have this vibrant motorcyclist on the program.

  • 02:07

    E291: Snakebite, Matt Boone, Katie Belle Akin, Lee Gibson, Carmen Brandy

    in Entertainment

    E291: Snakebite, Matt Boone, Katie Belle Akin, Lee Gibson, Carmen Brandy

  • 01:41

    Talking Motorcycles HD X-Games Wrap Up!

    in Sports


    Daytona Beach, FL (June 10, 2015) - We begin this show with our opening monologue where I give my take on the Harley-Davidson Flat Track at the ESPN X-Games Austin.
     


     Kris Schoonover of the Harley-Davidson Motor Company joins us to discuss their marketing strategy and their plan of action going forward. Will there be  


    Flat Track at the Winter X-Games?  Will there be a future for Harley Davidson at the X-Games?  


     


    Dan Johnsen is no stranger to the Flat Track community and was the Flat Track Director for X-Games. We will discuss the track conditions and get his view point on the behind the scenes events that we didn't see... or hear!  


     


    Bryan Smith rode the Howerton Motorsports Crosley Kawasaki to a Gold Medal. We get his opinion on the race track and... what's the deal with Kid Rock!  


     


    Scottie Deubler was the Color Analyst for ESPN for what was easily his biggest event in his career. How did it go for him? Scottie and I will discuss the race and how it will impact AMA Pro Flat Track as we move forward.


     


    Relax and have a SOZO. We scheduled extra time for this special edition show and we are going to use every minute of it to bring you the most complete Harley-Davidson Flat Track ESPN X-Games Austin wrap-up show you will hear anywhere!

  • 00:40

    Brittnee Boone CEO of Ihatemypublicist

    in Entertainment

    Brittnee Boone was born and raised in a very small town called Bridgeton, New Jersey. In 2007 she branched out of her element and attended Delaware State University in Dover,DE. With a major in Broadcast Journalism Brittnee walked across the stage proudly during her 2011 commencement ceremony with aspirations of carrying out her dreams as a celebrity blogger. Things didn’t quite go as she had planned.

    Five months later Brittnee landed her first “real” job in corporate America as a sales assistant. All went well up until September of 2012 when Brittnee hit rock bottom. She felt like she had loseverything from friends to finances. It was a pivotal moment in Brittnee’s life she knew she had to make things happen there was no time for self pity. So with her creative mindset and passion for celebrity entertainment writing she birthed the celebrity entertainment website Ihatemypublicist.com.

  • 01:18

    Talking Motorcycles with Kyle Petty/Harry Gant/Rick Allen of NBC Sports!

    in Sports

    The 21st Anniversary Kyle Petty Charity Ride is roaring back to Talking Motorcycles!


    Kyle Petty joins us again this year with tales from the road. The ride is from Santa Crus, California to Brandson, Missouri. Kyle will be calling in as soon as he dismounts is motorcycle for their stopover in Moab, Utah and he is bringing three exciting guests to join us on the show!


    Rick Alllen of NBC joins the lineup as part of the 21st Anniversary Kyle Petty Charity RIde!


    "Handsome" Harry Gant, NASCAR legend has ridden every KPCR and he joins us on his 21st


    Cindi Heafner joins us on this show to discuss her 20th year to ride the Kyle Petty Charity Ride.


    In 20 years 7500 riders have logged 11 million miles and raised $16 Million dollars for the Victory Junction Camp that is a year round camp that enriches the lives of children age 6 to 16 years old with chronic and life threatening illnesses.


    In this 21st Anniversary Kyle Petty Charity Ride, 200 riders will tour America and cover over 2,500 miles!


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    Special thanks to: Crosley Radio, the Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Bell Racing USA, Dunlop Motorcycle Tires, Motorcycle-Superstore.com, KymcoUSA and NextMotoChampion.com.


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    Twitter: @twowheelb


     

  • 02:00

    Black Inventions

    in Music

    Benjamin Banneker His inventive spirit would lead him to be called the "first African American inventor", Banneker invented the first Farmers' Almanac. Andrew Jackson Beard On November 27, 1897, Beard received a patent for a device he called the Jenny Coupler. Miriam E. Benjamin was the second black woman to receive a patent. She received a patent for an invention she called 'a Gong and Signal Chair for Hotels.Henry Blair  was the second black inventor issued a patent by the United States Patent Office. Bessie Blount  invented a device to help disabled persons eat. Sarah Boone The ironing board (U.S. Patent #473,653) was invented by African-American Sarah Boone on December 30, 1887. Otis Boykin invented the 'Electrical Resistor' used in computers, radios, television sets and a variety of electronic devices. Charles Brooks invented the first street sweeper truck and was issued a patent on March 17, 1896. Henry Brown patented a 'receptacle for storing and preserving papers' on November 2, 1886, which developed into what is now known as the bank safety deposit box George Washington Carver invented peanut butter, adhesives, bleach, chili sauce, ink, instant coffee, linoleum, mayonnaise, paper, plastic, pavement, shaving cream, talcum powder  George Carruthers  was the inventor of the far-ultraviolet camera and the spectrograph. Emmett W. Chappelle was a biochemist, photobiologist, astrochemist and inventor. John B. Christian invented and patented new lubricants used in high flying aircraft and NASA space missions. David Crosthwait  holds 39 patents for heating systems and temperature regulating devices. He is most well known for creating the heating system for New York City's famous Radio City Music Hall.

  • 01:15

    Talking Motorcycles with AMA Pro Hillclimb

    in Sports

    Amanda Campbell has been around Hillclimbing her entire life. At the age of three she started racing in hillclimbs. She finished second in the amateur National Championships in the 125cc Class in 2002 and won the Women's Class in 2010. In 2009 she joined her husband in the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in the Pro Sport Class on her CRF450. She became the first female to podium in the pro ranks with a second place finish her first race. Her career accomplishments were two second places in her first season and two third places in her second season. In 2012, she dedicated her efforts to the series by becoming involved in every aspect of the sport, from official duties to managing the Series and events to social media to marketing and to promoting the sport and the Series. 


    Vinny Nuzzolilli, out of Monson, Massachussetts, started racing 1998 at the age of 4. He joined the AMA Pro Hillclimb Series in 2010 at the age of 16. He has accomplished 21 top 3, including 8 career wins. He has won two Unlimited Class National Championships, in 2012 and 2014. He suffered a severe leg fracture in the next to last round in 2013 that put him out of contention for the Championship. As reigning Champion he looks to add to his resume of wins and podiums and go after a third Unlimited Class Championship in 2015. He competes in both the Xtreme Class and Unlimited Class on a CBR 636 and CBR 970 fueled by nitromethane. 


     


    Thanks to: Crosley Radio, Harley-Davidson Motor Company, Dunlop, Bell Motorsports and Motorcycle-Superstore.com!

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