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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.
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
UGP Radio #272 Tour De Fra & Secret Agent Aussie Steve
Tonight We will be discussing Obama Care with an actual expert on O’Care as it affects business. Also we will be talking about the most famous bike race in the world, the Tour De Fra or Tour of France… www.itsonlyabikerace.com
Live in the studio in dim lights and a protective screen we will be interviewing UGP’s own Secret Agent Steve from the down under, Australia! Talking Australian conservative politics, etc…
Friday will be UGP’s Independence Day Spectacular! Don’t miss radio, as we take a look at the War of the Insurrection from the British perspective. We will also be covering some actions and statements from our Founder’s sou may have never been exposed to…
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 - 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.
Dating all the way back to the early days of motorcycling, enthusiasts have always been drawn to the raw energy, speed and horsepower of racing. Throughout the first couple decades of the 1900’s, motorcycle racing was held on oval plank tracks, known as board tracks. The motorcycles which ran on these tracks were the ultimate in stripped-down powerhouses, with no brakes, and only a direct drive system in place of a transmission. Races were held all over the United States to the delight of crowds everywhere. Unfortunately, the danger of these races was all too real. After multiple horrific accidents resulting in the death of riders and spectators alike, board track racing was banned in the United States. While the machines survived, the sport of board tracking was seemingly gone forever; that is, until recently, when a group of enthusiasts have banned together to reinvigorate the lost art of board track racing. Held on dirt tracks instead of lumber ovals, the machines are still flying around in a display of raw power to the delighted smiles of crowds. This week, we at Classic Chrome have the pleasure of speaking with a few of the brave individuals keeping this high-octane sport alive and well. Interviewing Matt Walksler, noted builder, restorer, and award-winning racer, and Brittney Olsen, noted restorer and the only woman successfully competing in this dangerous sport!
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