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We'll be getting with Rob Beach of Beach's Motorcycle Adventures to discuss what Electric KoolAid feels is a unique mindset for a motorcyle tour operator in Europe. And of course Bird and the Poet regale listeners with unexpected bits and bobs.
Bird is back with us and he will be joined by Mike Williams. Mike will be sharing with us some of his experiences from his recent trip south of the border. His mount for that trip was a well worn KLR650 that for good or bad, didn't make it back across the border. Maybe Mike will get into the finer points of bracket drag racing and shadetree builds of big bore CB550's while we have him with us.
In this episode of Talking Motorcycles with Barry Boone we go inside SOZO Motorsports. Mark Adams, co-founder and CEO of SOZO Global Inc, joins us to discuss this 100% natural and nutricious beverage and the business opportunity it presents. This product has truly enhanced my motorcycle touring experience by focusing the mind and the body. For most motorcyclists, myself included, there are times in a riding day that your energy and focus slips. I consider this a very dangerous time in a touring day. SOZO Ignite takes care of that problem. Mark will be on to tell us the how and the why of this amazing product. We will also delve into the idea that you can earn tremendous income by being a SOZO distributor and enhance your financial life. Mark will tell us how it all works.
Chris Banker, Manager of Communications for New Jersey Motorsports Park, will join us to discuss the season ending AMA Pro Road Race at NJMP. The Kawasaki Devils Showdown will be the venue where champions will be crowned. This track has produced epic battles and there are many fan friendly attractions in addition to the on-track activities. Chris will inform us of what they have planned for the season ending championship event for racers and fans alike. In addition to being the season championship race it is also the final American Superbike race under the AMA Pro banner. The two entities have enjoyed a long standing relationship and we will discuss the past and the future as well.
Last week on Talking Motorcycles we discussed the 2014 Motorcycle Cannonball just one day prior to it kicking off at the Daytona Beach Resort. 97 riders on their pre1937 vintage machines began their 4,000 mile journeys to Tacoma, Washington last Friday morning. Buzz Kanter of American Iron Magazine will be calling in to provide an update on their efforts in this years event. Our guests on that show were Buzz Kanter, Norm Nelson and Patrick Simmons of The Doobie Brothers. Buzz will update us!
Those Diner and Motorcycle Guys will broadcast “live” from the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston as Marv Productions spreads its own brand of excitement and mayhem across the Northeast with incredible entertainment at the Northeast Motorcycle Expo. All your favorite dealers, vendors, motorcycles and merchandise can be found under one roof and the boys will be there right in the middle of the action!
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Luray Virginia - Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Chapter
In 2013 the Luray Buffalo Soldiers had an great annual event bring people from all over together to have a good time together under one roof. Well that was 2013 this 2014 they rised the bar. The 2014 Luray Virginia - Buffalo Soldiers Motorcycle Chapter had an outstanding event. The experince started from the time you pull up into the parking area all the way up to the time you got back in or on your vehicle to return home.
Has once to saw the smile on Ms. Pootie's face you know the good times was on and popping.
Motorcycle-riding actor Chris Caldovino hails from Brooklyn, NY and is known for his roles as Billy Leotardo in "The Sopranos" and Tonino Sandrelli in HBO’s "Boardwalk Empire," which debuts its final season September 7th. Additionally, Chris has had roles in movies such as "The Wolf of Wall Street" and "Brooklyn Rules." Follow Chris on Twitter
Also on the show: World-renowned actress Saralisa Volm. Saralisa was born in Hechingen, Baden-Württemberg, Germany and is well-known for her starring roles in the films "Hotel Desire," "Dancing with the Devils" and "Finale." She has a new book out called Mamabeat: Children, Chaos, Luck in which she describes her life as a young mother and talks to other parents about their lifestyles. Follow Saralisa on Facebook and check out her website.
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Robert Pandya, External Relations Manager with Indian Motorcycles at Polaris Industries, talks about the exciting new launch of the Indian bike and the buzz that it's created within the motorcycle industry and with the riding community. A huge fan of motorcycling, the industry and the people involved, Robert's enthusiasm is as contagious as the thrill of being on the back an Indian motorcycle.
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Watch for Garrison's new book, Classic Diners of Connecticut, October 22nd on The History Press.
Joining me tonight will be the President of the Libertarians Motorcycle Club, which is currently on a ride in Washington State. Fans of Chelsea Manning may remember our pleas to "patriot" clubs for them to ride, and one lone member's solo journey halfway across the country bearing the Freedom Torch proudly. Listen in to hear about this awesome group of people and find out what's on their agenda in the next few months.
Outright Arizona is a state chapter of Outright Libertarians, the LGBT caucus in the Libertarian Party.
Talented and vivacious actress Emmanuelle Vaugier’s diverse performances continue to shine on television and movie screens around the world. She may be best known for her popular role as Charlie Sheen’s ex-fiancée Mia on the award-winning CBS comedy “Two and a Half Men.” For three seasons she also played Detective Jennifer Angell on “CSI: NY” and was cast in the USA Network crime series “Covert Affairs,” where she played the recurring role of Liza Hearn, a journalist and blogger not afraid to push boundaries. Emmanuelle also appeared in a recurring role on the FOX action/drama series “Human Target,” playing FBI Agent Emma Barnes and her role in the innovative series “Lost Girl” helped it receive the highest ever ratings for a premiere on Showcase. She can be seen in the thriller “Mirrors 2,” the film adaptation of Stephen King’s acclaimed short story “Dolan’s Cadillac,” the feature “Where the Road meets the Sun,” “Saw II.”
Follow Emmanuelle on Facebook at "The Real Emmanuelle Vaugier" and "The Fluffball," on Twitter @TheFluffball and @evaugier, her charity art site at www.studiofrederique.com and Instagram at EmmanuelleVaugier.
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The ensenble began life as a group of friends getting together to do comedy theatre in 2000. The founder of the company worked with several other actors at Elaine’s Famous Dinner Theatre in Cape May, New Jersey. Then, the company was little more than an acting club where the members practiced and developed new material. This began to change when the group started to get outside work doing comedy shows around the Philadelphia area. Seeing this as a viable way to make a living, The Founder (who was obviously clinically insane), began to organize the group into a working company. Equipment, costumes and a truck were stolen (just kidding!), or politely acquired, from anyone who would contribute and the Riddlesbrood theatre company was born.
In October 2000, The Riddlesbrood players set up shop in Collingswood, NJ, and mounted the first production of "Scrooge: a Comedy!"Within a year, the small but enthusiastic touring company, Riddlesbrood, got their big break performing dinner theatre shows for the Showbarn in Smithville, NJ, and shortly thereafter, the theatre company became incorporated in July 2001. The company went into permanent residence at the "new" Showbarn Dinner Theatre in September 2001 and began to write, cast, and produce all of the entertainment performed there.
As luck would have it, Riddlesbrood found a new home in Historic Burlington City, NJ, in April 2006, and both set up residence there. Currently, the company is continuing its rise to prominence as a professionaltraveling theater group in the New Jersey and Philly area. We continuously dedicate our efforts to making all kinds of audiences laugh out loud!
Dr. Paolo Macchiarini is a world-renowned surgeon who is a leader and pioneer in the field of regenerative medicine and tissue engineering. In 2008 in Barcelona, Dr. Macchiarini made transplant history by using stem cells to help achieve the world’s first successful in-human transplantation of a tissue-engineered organ (windpipe) without immunosuppression. Then in 2011 in Stockholm, Dr. Macchiarini made transplant history again, implanting the world’s first bio-artificial windpipe using a completely artificial, lab-made nanocomposite in an adult and again in 2013 in a child in the US. Since then, Dr. Macchiarini has continued to cross frontiers with his cutting edge work, including the first laryngo-tracheal artificial tissue engineered transplantation in 2012. Currently, Dr. Macchiarini a Professor of Regenerative Surgery and Director of the European Airway Institute and Advanced Center of Translational Regenerative Medicine at the Karolinska Institutet in Stockholm, Sweden as well as Professor and consultant thoracic surgeon at the Kuban State Medical University in Krasnodar, Russia. He is also a motorcycle enthusiast who rides a BMW 1200 GS. Follow Dr. Macchiarini on Twitter.
Also on the show: Polish-born motorcycle racer Kat Zimpel whose won multiple championships in club racing in nationals on Ducati, Bimota and Yamaha bikes. She's a Guest Instructor in the Yamaha Champion Riding School and plans to do more AMA Pro and International FIM Rounds. Follow Kat on Facebook and Twitter.
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As a San Diego native and enthusiastic Honda owner since 1967, Bill Silver has owned over 300 cars and motorcycles (mostly vintage Hondas) and has translated the working knowledge of those bikes into Restoration Guide CDs, Honda History Books and has become an unofficial “Vintage Honda Guru” in the process. His latest publications are Classic Honda Motorcycles and History of the Honda Scrambler. Check out his website
Andrew Hurley is Professor of History at the University of Missouri-St. Louis where he teaches courses in urban, U.S., and Latin American History. He is the author of Beyond Preservation: Using Public History to Revitalize Inner-Cities and one of our favorites Diners, Bowling Alleys, and Trailer Parks: Chasing the American Dream in Postwar Consumer Culture. As a member of the Virtual City Project at the University of Missouri-St. Louis, he works with computer programmers, architects, and scholars to develop software for the 3D reconstruction of historic landscapes. His current research focuses on the recent history of industrial suburbs in the United States.
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