1994 -- 1995 -- 1996 Biker BroadcastingTM
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1996

January 7, 1996   Women on the Track; & Supercross USA
This show about "Women on the Track" features America's top female motorcycle road racer, Nancy Delgado (WERA and AMA racing circuits); Supercross USA features a talk with Roy Jansen, director of USA Supercross events.

January 14, 1996    California Helmet Law Debate
Assemblywoman Denise Ducheney, and Bill Morrow, author of A.B.244 are featured in the discussion with Tony "Pan" Sanfelipo, Red Baron, and Paul "Piper" Rafter, editor of Thunder Press.

January 21, 1996   Christian Motorcyclist Association
President Herbie Shreve and '95 AMA 750 Supersport national champion Tom Kipp talk about their Christian beliefs and the role it plays in their love of motorcycling.

January 28, 1996   Arlen Ness--Custom Builder;  Scott Heath--Yamaha;  Cycle World's MC Show
World renowned custom builder Arlen Ness talks about his history in motorcycle building, and his line of parts and accessories.   Yamaha Royal Star Scott Heath, (PR/Yamaha) descibes his hot new bike of the year.   Cycle World's International Motorcycle Show Promoter Larry Huffman explains the upcoming motorcycle shows in the U.S.

February 4, 1996    Laconia'96 and other news
Laconia '96 Director Charlie St. Clair talks about what's happening at the upcoming June event.   Our perky racing specialist field reporter Mary Lou Brewton, freelance writer for AHDRA, talks about the upcoming drag season.   Tony Sanfelipo, motorcyclist activist and accident investigator joins us.

February 11, 1996    Investment Biker Part II
New York millionaire Jim Rogers talks discusses stories from book he wrote about his 22 month BMW motorcycle trip through 7 continents: tells how to do it, what to know, and how to survive the social, economic, and political scene of countries he toured.

February 18, 1996    Drag Racing
This show features Bill Furr, Bob Spina, Linda Jackson, and Kersten Hopkins --the world's youngest top fuel motorcycle drag racer at 16, and includes comments from our drag-racing reporter Mary Lou Brewton.

February 25, 1996    Daytona '96 and other topics
Preview of Daytona Beach Bike Week. Other news features GA State Representative Allan Powell, motorcycle activists Kim McAllister, Tony Sanfelipo, Red Baron, Florida ABATE President "Doc" Reichenbach.

March 3 1996    Public Square
Open forum for listeners to call in, and some live reports from Datona Bike Week.

March 10, 1996    Women's Motocross
Amber Hughes of Team USA joins us for some interesting perspective. In other news, we present a legislative update regarding the TN helmet bill.

March 18, 1996    Motorcycle Ice Racing
Tony Bosi and wife Rose talk about east coast activities and their life and times in motorcycling.

March 25, 1996    Riding the World, and Physically Challenged Bikers
Dave Barr, ex marine, Vietnam Vet, double amputee, talks about his 3 year adventure around the world on a ' 72 Harley. We also interview a female rider, double amputee, from Ohio who rides a MotoGuzzi.

March 31, 1996    Right to Public Land
Members of the Recreational Riders Association talk about motorcycle riding being banned on public lands. In other news we cover the Philadelphia Toy Run with 25,000 riders, and interview the Biker Rights Action Group (BRAG) of Michigan.

April 7, 1996    Christian Motorcyclist Association (Rerun)
President Herbie Shreve and '95 AMA 750 Supersport national champion Tom Kipp talk about their Christian beliefs and the role it plays in their love of motorcycling.

April 14, 1996    Legislative Update
Participants are Eric Lundquist, AMA Legislative Affairs Specialist; Vince Consiglio for ABATE of Michigan; Parkay from ABATE of South Carolina; Red Baron, President of California ABATE #6; and Richard Quigley of the Helmet Law Defense League.

April 21, 1996    Build a Bike on the Air
Mr. Motorcycle Nick Nichols, and Denny Dennish, who wrote the V-Twin High Performance Guide, talk about how they would build a high-performance bike!

April 28, 1996    Vietnam Vet/POW/MIA
Motorcyclist, green beret, and former POW from Ohio talks about his grueling experience as a POW, his eventual escape, and return to freedom.

May 5, 1996    Board Track Racing, and Bike for Congress
Hear Jim Davis, the oldest board track racer (who just turned 100 years old) talk about board track racing of years past. Biker for Congress, Wisconsin State Senator Dave Zien talks about his 1 million motorcycle miles and upcoming election.

May 12, 1996    Mothers that RIde
From great-grandmothers to mothers, hear why they enjoy riding motorcycles, and how they got started. One woman's first ride was in the nose of a sidecar with heated bricks! Hear about their interesting lives, and about another who has an unlimited masters license as a sea captain!

May 19, 1996    Hogs at the Rock; Hawgs for Dawgs, and Supercross News
Cleveland Harley Owners Group Members tour the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame for motorcycle awareness month. We also discuss the Hawgs for Dawgs fund raiser for seeing eye dogs. The AMA Supercross title goes to Jeremy McGrath.

May 26, 1996    Memorial Day Biking
Wisconsin Senator Dave Zien and Ret., Green Beret Lt. Col. James "Bo" Gritz tell why they ride and why it's an expression of freedom. We also get a live report from "the wall" in Washington, D.C. where 200,000 bikes gathered at Rolling Thunder.

June 2, 1996    Drag Racers
Mark Conners, Bill Furr, Derrick Nelson, and reporter Mary Lou Brewton join us. In the news, we get an update about the Spartanburg, SC discrimination case, and a preview of Laconia Race & Rally Week '96.

June 9, 1996    Blue Knights; AMA
The Blue Knights (motorcyclists club for police men and women) is represented this time by Mark Shepard, President of Ohio Chapter #8 and we have a discussion, with Ed Youngblood, current President of the AMA (210,000 member American Motorcyclists Association).

June 16, 1996    Portsmouth Motorcycle Club; Honda Homecoming Event
Members of The Portsmouth Motorcycle Club, (established in 1918 and which was originally started as a bicycle club in 1895) talk about their colorful history. Honda America motorcycle division manager Ray Sanders talks about the upcoming Honda Homecoming event.

June 23, 1996    Women Hear Me Roar; Pony Express RIde
Author of Women Hear Me Roar Ann Ferar talks about the history of women in Motorcycling.   Pony Express Ride organizer Sue Slate and AMA Board Member Patti Mills explain the cross-country ride to raise funds for breast cancer research.
(Follow-up report: They ended up raising $250,000!)

June 30, 1996    Helmet Law Issues in the U.S.; Alaska Bikers Guests include Tony Sanfelipo (of Jacobson and Hupy), Nancy Namachik (California), Brian Stoval (Motorcyclists Rights Foundation), Richard Quigley (HLDL) and Charleta Tavares (State Representative for Ohio).   Next we learn about Alaska Bikers from Mike Brock, owner of the Smilin' Dog Saloon in Fox, Alaska.

July 7, 1996    Iron Butt Competitor; and The Wild One
Guiness Record holder and Iron Butt competitor Fran Crane describes her record breaking ride form NYC to San Francisco, non-stop in 42 hours and her recent Iron Butt run. Next up, an interview with the Original "Wild One", Wino Willie, talking about his 70 years of riding that began in Hollister, basis for the movie "The Wild One".

July 14, 1996    Bike Builders; Vintage Days event; and Motorcycle Care
Arlen Ness, master custom bike builder and his son, Cory discuss their 25th anniversary building bikes.    The AMA's Bruce Truxhall explains the upcoming Vintage Days event.    Phil Priori describes his Talon Motorcycle Care Kit.

July 21, 1996     Board Track Racing; and Biker for Congress (rerun of 5/5/96 show)
Hear Jim Davis, the oldest board track racer (who just turned 100 years old) talk about board track racing of years past. Biker for Congress, Wisconsin State Senator Dave Zien talks about his 1 million motorcycle miles and upcoming election.

July 28, 1996    Ride to NFL camp; Ride to GOP; Sturgis; SC Discrimination; and Honda milestone
We get the Wisconsin Governor's Ride to the NFL camps report from Tony San Felipo;    Tom Osborne ABATEPAC reports on the upcoming ride to the GOP Convention;    Director of Sturgis Race and Rally talks about the upcoming '96 event; there's an update about the Spartanburg, SC discrimination case; and the 1 millionth Honda rolls off the line in Marysville, OH.

August 4, 1996    Harleys in Slovenia (new); Senator Zien (rerun from 5/26/96)
Niko Mihelic, owner of THE Harley dealership in Slovenia (Northern part of former Yugoslavia) talks about travelling in Europe, and the history of motorcycling in Europe. (Second hour is rerun of 5/26/96 interview with Senator Dave Zien, and "Bo" Gritz.)

August 11, 1996    Live Report from GOP Convention; and Spartanburg SC update
We hear from Colorado Senator Ben "Nighthorse" Cambell, Tony "Pan" Sanfelipo, (J&H), "Red" Baron, Rob Dingman (AMA), "New York" Mike (ABATE-CA), Steve Bianco (HLDL). They also talk about the ride to the GOP with 10,000 bikers!    We get an update on the Spartenburg, SC discrimination case.

August 18, 1996    Marcus Dairy Super Sunday, Danbury, CT; Indian MC
Featured guests are Stephan Craig, from the Christian MC Association; Hell's Angel Chuck Zito from NYC talks about his career as an actor, stuntman, and bodyguard; and magazine publisher Buzz Cantor (American Iron, Indian Illustrated, etc.).   In miscellaneous other news we talk about the Indian Motorcycle Museum in Springfield, Mass.

August 25, 1996    World's Fastest Drag Racer; and MC Discrimination
Elmer Trett talks about his Mountain Magic Drag Bike, 6.069 ET, 235.19 mph! (Unfortunately Elmer died in a tragic accident secveral days later.)    Next we discuss a new federal law to prevent discrimination against those who ride motorcycles.

September 1, 1996     Labor Day Tribute; and interview with Max Bubeck
We present this labor day tribute to the working man with motorcylists Bill Devito, member of the executive board of Ironworkers Local 913 Cleveland and John Griffaw co-founder Local 913 UAW. Next up we interview Max Bubeck member of the Indian Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

September 8, 1996    Public Square --Open Forum
This is the open-mic. call-in show for listeners, includes tips on endurance riding.    We also take some time for a tribute to champion drag racer Elmer Trent, who died the previous week in a tragic motorcycle accident, and include a reading of his eulogy.

September 15, 1996    History of Motorcycling; and Pony Express Run
This history discussion features Indian Motorcycles, with Indian Hall of Famer Art McMullin.    Then the Pony Express Run's Sue Slate gives us an update on the success of their countrywide run that raised $250,000 for breast cancer research.

September 22, 1996    Early Days of AMA; report from MRF; Dragin' Jeans
Millie Horkey who stitched their first flag, talks about the early days of the American Motorcyclists Association. Motorcyclist Riders Foundation (MRF)'s Al Clark talks about the upcoming 12th annual Meeting of the Minds. We get some product news from the owner of Dragin' Jeans, a new kevlar reinforced denim with nylon and lycra.

September 29, 1996   Iron Butt Competitor; and The Wild One (rerun of 7/7/96 show)
Guiness Record holder and Iron Butt competitor Fran Crane describes her record breaking ride from NYC to San Francisco, non-stop in 42 hours and her recent Iron Butt run. Next up, an interview with the Original "Wild One", Wino Willie, talking about his 70 years of riding that began in Hollister, basis for the movie "The Wild One".




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