Board Trackers on Discovery Channel

Discussion in 'Board Trackers and Vintage Motorized Bicycles' started by Allen_Wrench, Jul 19, 2016.

  1. ZipTie

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    pm me your mailing address and i'll ship it to you to watch. let anybody else you know watch it too. all i ask is to send it back when your finished.
     
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    Thanks to Rick C., for the contact info on the Harley and the Davidsons movie!

    I just purchased a copy.

    Cant wait to receive the dvd's, and watch it again!
     
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    FINALLY! Thanks again to Rick C.
     
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    Your welcome. Some didn't like,but it was 1000 percent better than any other historical movie based on this era of building and racing American classic motorcycles. Rick C.
     
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    not a movie but a good book on motordrome era is Fearless by Rick and Lane Onglad.
    the story of racer Charles "fearless" Balke. i read it from cover to cover the day it arrived...
     
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    I don't watch too many movies at all. In the past I liked John Wayne, Lee Marvin, Richard Burton and Brodrick Crawford and other actors I can't think of right now. I always enjoyed biker movies. Ones with Nancy Sinatra french-kissing real bikers or Peter Fonda, Bruce Dern and others in those old biker movies before Easy Rider. Easy Rider was great. I'm really enjoying this Harley and the Davidsons" movie more so than any other movie in quite some time. I'm almost done with episode 1. Thank you very much for bringing this movie to our attention. It's "some what" related to the biker movies of the past, however this one shows the business, politics and extremely competitive side of early motorbicycles and motorcycles. Thanks again.
     

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