Happy New Year and thank you to all of our friends, supporters, and enthusiasts! Visitors from every state and over 50 countries around the world who made a trip to Wheels Through Time in Maggie Valley, North Carolina in the 2016 season. 2017 promises to be an exciting year for the museum, its supporters, and enthusiasts. For those that have never visited the Wheels Through Time, we guarantee an experience beyond your expectations. Currently the museum team members are gearing up for the 2017 season, with new displays, exhibits, and some exciting external improvements. Dale is restoring and rebuilding over a dozen intriguing motorcycles which will all debut in the various museum galleries in the 2017 season.
After the 2016 season of American Restoration featured The Wheels Through Time, not only did awareness of the Wheels Through Time rapidly grow, but the desire to learn about American motorcycle restoration also expanded all across the globe. In 2007, Dale introduced The Time Machine. Dale realized that not everybody may have the opportunity to visit the museum first hand, however a unique digital presentation could be enjoyed worldwide. From 2007-2016 Dale produced 345 educational videos pertaining to all aspects of The Wheels Through Time Museum. The Time Machine gave the world a glimpse of motorcycle history, preservation and restoration, not to mention the shared human interest stories of dozens of intriguing enthusiasts from around the world. Many of Dale’s videos have millions of views worldwide and interest in this type of educational and entertaining content is rapidly growing. Upgrading the Time Machine is now in motion for 2017 and beyond. The access is the same but we have changed the name to Dales Channel.
Easy to access, fun to learn, and the content seems endless! Our new format will bring our viewers 8 new programs per month! The list of machines scheduled for programming rival the history of American motorcycling. From the earliest pioneers of our sport to the alcohol burning race bikes from the glory days of American motorcycling, Dale will fill you full of facts, information and restoration tips from these famous machines that haunt the museum. Dale calls this remarkable series of shows Reel School! Take a look by going to https://wheelsthroughtime.com/product/dales-channel-yearly/ to subscribe and find out more!
In addition to Dales Channel, a host of new programs and events will be on going at Wheels Through Time. Our event calendar is filling up and will be available by mid February. Our annual Raffle continues to be a success and has now been UPGRADED to increase your chance of winning a gorgeous black and chrome 1948 Harley Davidson Panhead Springer. Any ticket purchase over $50 in the month of January, February, and March will ALSO enter you into a drawing to win a trip for you and guest to the Wheels Through Time Museum in Maggie Valley, North Carolina. Check out the details on our website at https://wheelsthroughtime.com/upgrade/ to find out more!
Our new member – the Lifetime Donorship – offering was kicked off in late 2016 with great success. We now have over 100 new member/donors that are paving the way for future generations. Along with free admission for yourself and three friends, each Donor will receive an individually numbered and signed print of “The Discovery”, a David Uhl art piece of Dale Walksler discovering the rare Crocker Number 8. David Uhls art work has glorified the discovery of American history at the museum and we assure you this new distinctive member offering will exceed your every expectation. To learn more on how you can become a member / donor, go to https://wheelsthroughtime.com/life-time-donorship-main/.
On the subject of paving, another 2017 initiative is our outdoor FLOOR OF FAME. Coming soon see how you can become a permanent member and share your history at Wheels Through Time. There is a limited number of bricks, help us pave the future!
Once again we would like to thank all of our visitors past and future for making Wheels Through Time a memorable experience and welcome you to join us here this season. If you cannot make the journey stay tuned in at https://wheelsthroughtime.com for interesting news and action in the world of American motorcycling.
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