I hope this spring has been a great one for all of you so far! Here at the museum’s we’ve been working on all sorts of great new things, including ramping up our virtual museum experience for our thousands of online visitors. Currently, our Time Machine Video Archives have over 300 great videos online, and we’re adding more regularly.
The reason that I’m writing today is to tell you about the growing Wheels Through Time DVD Collection available in our Online Museum Store. Ever since we started the Time Machine Video Archives over three years ago, we’ve heard from visitors far and wide that DVDs would be a great way for physical museum visitors and online visitors, alike, to stay up-to-date and informed about all of the latest happenings at Wheels Through Time. You were right, and as of right now, we’ve got seven great new DVD titles to choose from that’ll bring the world of Wheels Through Time right to your home.
One of my favorites is the new "Archives Series". With so many rare and historic machines inside the museum walls, it can be a bit overwhelming at times to take it all in. Thats why we created "The Archives Series". With "The Archives" you can tour the museum one-on-one with me, as we highlight many of the rarest and most significant machines at Wheels Through Time. From hillclimbers and boardtrack racers, to prototypes and production models, "The Archives" brings history right to your doorstep. We have a lot of fun in these shows, and we’re always sure to get ’em running — stuck piston or not! "The Archives: Volume 1" has been a huge hit so far, and "Volume 2", just released earlier this month, is sure to be just as good. Look for a bit of a different flavor with this one, as we bring you several Wheels Through Time built machines, all of which will change the way you think about vintage bikes. You’ve heard of "old school" — Well, this is "Real School".
Another of my favorites, and our newest addition to the Wheels Through Time DVD Collection, holds a very special place in my heart. "The 1936 VEL" highlights the build of a machine dedicated to the man responsible for my inspiration — my dad, Bernie Walksler. This one brings the build to you with over 15 shows from concept to creation, and all the hiccups along the way. I guarantee you won’t be dissappointed, and will see one of the wildest customs I’ve ever built come together to make one truly unique and inspiring piece of American motorcycle history. From a pile of parts to a one-of-a-kind custom, "The 1936 VEL" is a must have if you’re accustomed to straying from the norm!
For more great new DVDs from the Wheels Through Time Collection, and many other special offers only available from Wheesl Through Time, visit our Online Museum Store.
And if you’re wondering which DVDs you should get first, don’t hesitate to ask!
Hope to hear from you soon!