Monday, December 11, 2006

Twisted Wrist - Show 23

The Twisted Wrist Show 23 for December 12, 2006.

Anniversary Show! Sorry For The Delay.

New Voice Mail Phone Line at 1(206)20-BIKE-8.

Comments from Joseph and David

Trillium Muir rides to 206.3 mph
Motorcycle Escape Magazine Folds
Orange County Choppers Builds New HQ
Confederate Motorcycles Relocates after Katrina
Steve McQueen's Widow Auctions Bike Collection
2 Wheel Passport Begins Filming
Dakar Rally Route Unveiled

Race to Dakar Airs in Canada and Australia
Ewan McGregor and Charlie Boorman to Team Up Again for Long Way Down
Mini-Reviews of Torque and The World's Fastest Indian
ESPN2 picks up Metric Revolution Bike Competition

Coming Events:
Toronto Motorcycle Show - Dec 8-10/06
Dakar Rally - Jan 3-21/07

Recap of My Final Motorcycle Exam

Links: (Motorcycle Escape Magazine) (2 Wheel Passport) (Race To Dakar) (Metric TV Video Preview) (Crazy Traffic in Hyderabad City, India) (RC-51 Crash on Camera)

Download Show 23

Length: 59:58
Size: 42.1 MB


At 6:03 PM, Blogger jeepinbanditrider said...

Excellent show. Neat to hear about your lisencening experience. In Texas when I took the test they honked at you, once for right twice for left if I remember right. No radios for us :D

At 6:05 PM, Blogger jeepinbanditrider said...

Oh good to hear that Confederate got some help in their move. I've liked their bikes even if do cost more than I make in two years. However I am sad to hear that OCC is still up and operating and florishing. The last thing the kids of this nation need are rolemodels like the Tetuls (SP?).

At 9:11 AM, Blogger Eric said...

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