Monday, November 19, 2012
TWO Visits Pawnee
Television travel show visits Pawnee and lets off some steam.
Tulsa, OK (November 19, 2012)— The travel show featuring Brad Mathison and Rex Brown discovering Oklahoma by motorcycle will debut a new episode beginning November 21, 2012 on Cox Cable.
The half-hour program will feature a motorcycle trip along US-64 to Pawnee, Oklahoma for the annual steam and gas engine show. This show attracts antique tractors from across the nation and is billed as one of the largest displays of its kind in the Southwest. Attendees get to see steam-powered tractors in action and learn about the fascinating technologies of the Industrial Revolution.
Brad and Rex also visit the Pawnee Bill Museum and learn about this famous wild west showman. You’ll also discover some great backroads along the way, a couple of small towns that offer some surprising roadside attractions and where Cleveland got its name!
Two Wheel Oklahoma is available in Oklahoma on Cox Cable channel 3 and HD 703 every Wednesday at 9:30 PM, Saturdays at 8:30 PM and Sunday mornings at 8:30 AM. For more information on the show, a list of stations, DVDs and official wearables are available on the Two Wheel Oklahoma website. Parties interested in advertising on the program should contact Cyndie Benigar at firstname.lastname@example.org.
It's a Travel Show
Two Wheel Oklahoma is a television travel show featuring the motorcycle rides of Brad Mathison and Rex Brown along the scenic highways and backroads of Oklahoma.
Each episode highlights a stretch of road or historic route and explores unique destinations along the way. Tune in three times a week on the Cox Channel.
We hope you'll come ride along.