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History of Honda GoldWing's on the History Channel
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BestBuddy
Posted 8/12/2004 5:02 PM (#4440)
Subject: History of Honda GoldWing's on the History Channel


I pulled the following off of the History Channel Web Site. If you own a Honda GoldWing or was at the past Honda HomeComing, you probably would like to watch this program.

Please send it out to all of your friends / members and any one else.

According to the History Channel Web Site, The History Channel is supposed to air the above show on Wednesday, August 18, 2004 between 12:30 - 1:00 PM EDT and again on Wednesday, August 18th, 2004 between 6:30 PM - 7:00 PM.

Here is what the History Channel states about the program:
"The first motorcycles, little more than buzzing bicycles, have grown up in less than a century to become a status symbol. Host Ron Hazelton goes to the Honda Motorcycle factory in Marysville, Ohio, where the luxury Gold Wings have been made since 1979. He joins the assembly line to put together everything from the 6-cylinder engine to the handlebars. Then he rides the sleek cruiser into the sunset.

Sorry, but NO SideCar's

Edited by BestBuddy 8/12/2004 5:02 PM
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JayDauntless
Posted 8/13/2004 1:22 PM (#4443 - in reply to #4440)
Subject: RE: History of Honda GoldWing's on the History Channel


On the Travel chanel there is also a show that is doing a bit about the Goldwings. They are also doing a bit on one of the sidecars we make. Information is at http://travel.discovery.com/fansites/travelgear/gear/motorcycles/mo...
I have not seen it yet. It is my understanding that they cut most of the footage on the sidecar but that there is still a couple of minutes on it.
Jay Giese
Dauntless Motors Corporation
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