Wednesday, November 13, 2013

Why I Ride.


What a great video. If you don't ride you'll still enjoy this film- it is very well done.

Thursday, October 10, 2013

We're Back!

After airing on Public television for a few seasons, Two Wheel Oklahoma branched off into commercial networks. Those national networks, as well as Europe and New Zealand will continue to air the shows, but we are proud to be back to KRSC (RSU Tv). Now you have no excuse why you would miss any of their travels. We are airing over the air in Oklahoma on 35.1, Dish Tv and Direct Tv on 35 and Cox channels 109, 110/HD 793

Rex and Brad getting schooled on "Brunch"
This Saturday (October 12th) at 10:00 am, RSU Tv will be airing a new episode. This is an episode that we're all very proud of and will mark the beginning of a whole season on that station. So, tune in Saturday morning and let us know what you think

The new schedule on KRSC (RSU Tv) is:
Tuesdays at 5:30pm
Wednesdays at 5:00pm
Saturdays at 10:00 am

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Lost City Surprise

This morning Brad offered Good Morning Oklahoma viewers a sneak preview of our lost episode- a show about the area of Cherokee County near Lost City. Have a look...

The Clear Creek Abbey is a benedictine monastery located north of Hulbert, Oklahoma. To learn more visit

Wednesday, September 11, 2013

Legends of Dirt

I was lucky enough to grow up watching motocross legends like Brad Lackey, Bob Hannah, Roger DeCoster, Heikki Mikkola, Jimmy Weinert and many others racing around the Southern California area. I rode in much, much lower classes on much, much slower bikes made by Benelli, Bultaco and Suzuki. But, I did have the all important Bell helmet and Preston Petty fenders that made me feel much faster.
Jammin Jimmy Weinert

A few years later, names like Jean Michel Bayle, Doug Dubach and Guy Cooper, on much more modern motorcycles, were staging some of the most exciting Motocross racing to date. I don't want to take anything away from the excellent racing that is going on today, but to see those guys running true works bikes back in the early years was quite a sight. 

The smell of burning castor oil still brings a tear to my eye.

Friday, July 5, 2013

Pop-Up Museum Appears in Tulsa

Mysterious Motorcycle Collection Appears in Downtown Window Display

A couple of weeks ago while driving through downtown Tulsa I noticed a motorcycle in a window.

This vintage motocross Maico was sitting inside a display window. The main reason I noticed it was the fact it's in one of my favorite Tulsa buildings- the awesomely cool Mayo Motor Inn. This classic example of Streamline Moderne architecture is essentially unchanged from its original form when it was built in 1950. In fact, it's so cool it was added to the National register of Historic Places in 2008.