Motorcycle Museum Owner On TV

A local motorcycle museum owner will be back on television for a second season. Dale Walksler runs "Wheels Through Time" in Maggie Valley. He hosts the program, "What's in the Barn" on Velocity TV, traveling the country in search of rare and vintage motorcycles that might be stashed away in outbuildings or barns. "June 10th is the air date for season two, working on season three. We've got some really fun shows that are really a representation of really the romance of the American motorcycle," says Walksler. Beginning next month, eight new episodes will air on Velocity TV at 10 pm.

 

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