Tonight. Velocity’s “What’s In The Barn” Lends A Hand To The Home Depot Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project

On Velocity’s “What’s In The Barn” episode premiering tonight June 17 at 10 PM ET/PT, host Dale Walksler goes on the hunt for a WWII military bike to help raise funds and awareness for the Wounded Warrior Project in conjunction with The Home Depot Foundation. Dale’s search takes him on a 1,400 mile roundtrip journey to Harrison, Ark. where he finds two extremely rare motorcycles with a unique military history. The bikes were originally made by the Harley-Davidson Motor Company for the U.S. Navy around 1942 and were then likely re-commissioned by Harley-Davidson around 1946 for the newly forming U.S. Air Force. Below is a clip from this episode.

Zipper's Kits For New Bikes

1 Response to “Tonight. Velocity’s “What’s In The Barn” Lends A Hand To The Home Depot Foundation and Wounded Warrior Project”


  1. 1 Randy Jun 20th, 2014 at 7:19 pm

    Arkansas is abbreviated AR, not AK. Your “Wounded Warrior” episode mentioned Harrison Arkansas but the title banner said Harrison AK.

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