This is a video clip from Ty Karney's video "Chahalis Vintage Motocross". The
video has a segment on Hodaka Days. You can get a feel for what you will see
when you attend.
Dial-up 3.5 mgs
High-Bandwidth 24 mgs
This clip is one that Roger Lippiatt took at Mid-Ohio in July of 2000. This
is the year that Greg won the 125 Expert Race on the "Wolverine". The bike
was a total team effort from Harry , Roger ,Greg and everyone else that wished
us well !
Hodaka Folks Interview
is a clip that movie director and producer Peter Starr taped
while I was interviewing some of the original Hodaka guys
and gal . This took place at Mildred Miley's house in Athena.
The questions are for the forth coming book we are now in
the proccess of writing. Present are Mildred Miley, John
Trommald, Jim Gentry, Marv Foster, Chuck Swanson and Harry
is a clip from Pere Starr's "Bad Rock" movie. This was a 400
mile two day I.S.D.T. Trial that took place in 1973. Great
great footage of what was a very tough event. >From Cycle
News " .. most honest intelligent film ever made about off
road motorcycling in America". If you want to see Hodaka's
, Penton's, Husky's, Rokon's etc. this is the film for you
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