Motorcycle Races at the Sheepshead Bay Board Track, Oct. 11, 1919
Possibly one of the most shared archival films from America’s Golden Age of motorcycle racing, however the footage is woefully, if not comically misidentified, citing errors from the locations to the individual names of the racers, errors which have created a considerable amount of confusion among modern day enthusiasts. Revisit this priceless footage from New York's Sheepshead Bay board track speedway, now with an accurate understanding of the history involved, and enjoy a rare glimpse into the excitement of the American board track speedway.
Los Angeles Motor Speedway, April 24, 1921. Motorcycle Board Track Race
A rare and remarkable glimpse into the high stakes sport of professional board track motorcycle racing during the Prohibition Era. American motorcycle racing icons take on the timber at the Beverly Hills Speedway, April 24, 1921.
Harley-Davidson Does Daytona, February 1920
Leslie Parkhurst, Fred Ludlow, and Otto Walker smash speed records on the hallowed sands of Daytona Beach, Florida in February, 1920.
The Marion 200 Mile Motorcycle Championship Road Race, Sept. 1, 1919.
Scenes from the M&ATA International 200 Mile Motorcycle Road Race, the momentous return of professional motorcycle competition following America's involvement in World War I held September 1, 1919.
Georgia Motorcycle History: The First 60 Years 1899-1959
The original promotion video for my first book, Georgia Motorcycle History.
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