This week on our motorcycle podcast we talk about our recent outings to the races at Laguna Seca, Bagel is prepping for 3? Iron Butts next week (The man is legendary, what can we say)and Liza spent the day chasing balls. But the real thing we're excited to talk about is the best motorcycle movie ever made. After 50 years, On Any Sunday still holds up. It was made at a time when lawn darts were a kids toy, and seat belts didn't exist. This film captures a time when safety was third, and fun was first, and it does it with humor and thrills. Todd Huffman (The John Penton Story) is here to share some stories, how he got involved with the movie, and what happened to all the kids on bmx bikes at the beginning. And if you love this film as much as we do, then hold onto your seat, because it's coming back to theaters baby! And you can be a film captain and bring it to a theater near you. Go tohttps://onanysunday50th.com/ to sign up.
Next up, we talk to stunt Misfit Callum, who built a dumpster bike. What's that you say? Well, with help from friends, the electric motorcycle community, and some well timed dumpster diving, he built himself a running electric sport bike. It look great and rides great, and all in he only spend $3000. Good job Callum!
And lastly, we answer some emails and hopefully give some good advice about radiators and cheap bikes.
With Liza, Bagel and Callum.
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