Day two of the Geico Hot Bike Tour was held at Dale Walksler’s Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. You may know about Dale from his TV show “What’s in the Barn?” as well as being featured on American Restoration and many of the antique motorcycle auction programs.
Published in 2016 Events
Day two of the Geico Hot Bike Tour was held at Dale Walksler’s Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. You may know about Dale from his TV show “What’s in the Barn?” as well as being featured on American Restoration and many of the antique motorcycle auction programs.
Published in 2016 Events
        I’m here to remind everyone that the second season of “What’s in the Barn?” starts Tuesday, June 10th at 10P.M. on Velocity. For those of you that missed the first season, Velocity reruns the episodes regularly and for those who don’t know what the show is all about let me explain.
Published in 2014 Events
Let me start off by saying that I am honored to be writing up a couple of bikes in this issue built by two of the most genuine, positive, down to earth individuals I have met in my five years with Barnett’s. I have been privileged to know Dale Walksler (See ‘36 VEL in this issue) for a few years. But in the past few months I have also had numerous occasions to meet and chat with Lee Wimmer, owner of Wimmer Performance in Murrell’s Inlet, South Carolina, the builder of Shades of Blue…one class act.
Published in Baggers