In this episode of “On the Throttle,” with riding and racing season is right around the corner, Jacqui Van Ham and Josh Troche talk about all things Daytona Bike Week 2022: Billy Lane’s Sons of Speed antique motorcycle racing, AMA Supercross Championship round, Warren Lane’s True Grit Vintage Bike & Chopper Show, Tropical Tattoo’s Chopper Time Old School Chopper Show, AFT’s Volusia Half-Mile, the Daytona 200 and all of the new classes, including King of the Baggers, RSD’s Super Hooligan Series and the Twins Cup.
We also have exclusive behind-the-scenes footage of Indian Motorcycle of Charlotte, North Carolina, and Saddlemen’s supercharged Indian Chieftain (capable of well over 150 horsepower) set to debut at this year’s King of the Baggers in Daytona.
In other news: Isle of Mann racing is back this spring. Can’t get there? It will be broadcasted for the first time ever this year! For those of you who may have thought the KTM 390 Adventure kind of missed the mark a bit for people looking for a smaller, more nimble adventure bike you’ll be very interested to see what “may be” spy pics of what “could possibly be” a KTM Adventure R. Also, GNCC Racing is reporting a number of multi-year sponsorship deals, including Yamaha, Rocky Mountain, FMF, Dunlop and Cometic.
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