What is the Time Machine?
In January of 2006, Wheels Through Time launched an innovative method to bring the world to Maggie Valley with the click of a mouse. WheelsThroughTime.com web offers visitors the opportunity to watch as host Dale Walksler magically restores rare All-American machines.
The museum welcomes 150,000 visitors annually and now, with approximately 200 shows per year in streaming video, millions of enthusiasts can learn about the history of these exceptional bikes, techniques on how to properly restore them and “attend” exclusive museum events all via the web. You’ve heard of “old-school”? Well this is “Real-School” for the antique bike aficionado.
The Time Machine is a motorcycle enthusiast’s dream. We are producing hundreds of videos available anytime, when you want it. No boundaries, no cookie cutter programming — it’s the real thing… Real school bikes, built in house.
Listen and watch as the history of our sport is explained through examples and interviews. We also invite you to a front row seat as we go on the road or go behind the closed doors that keep the Wheels Through Time Museum… the museum that runs!
Learn techniques to use with your own bike with the click of many how-to technical shows, or just sit back, have fun, and be entertained.
We invite you to share our passion of motorcycle history. All of our shows are produced in house so you can learn more about the history of our sport, meet the most interesting guests and travel to amazing places and share the joy of the Worlds Greatest Sport. In April 2006, Wheel Through time Museum launched an innovative method to visit the museum with a click of a mouse "The Time Machine"
The mission of our programming is to share with the world the history of American motorcycling. Our video website will offer members over 250 high quality video’s per year. Full screen, highly edited that contains; technical shows, Fun shows, on the road shows and interviews with like minded enthusiast’s from around the world. This is real school programming. Learn trade secrets from the who’s who in vintage motorcycling.
In The Interest of the sport,