Injured Warrior Appreciation Run November 7, 2014
100% of the proceeds benefit the injured warriors. The Injured Warrior Appreciation Run is a motorcycle ride that begins in Orange County, CA and ends on base at Camp Pendleton where the injured warriors live. It is open to all motorcycles. Riding on base requires helmet, ankle boots and gloves. All proceeds benefit the combat wounded, ill and injured marines and sailors at Camp Pendleton and those being served by the Warrior Foundation. MORE INFO
Who was on the show
Brock's Performance president, Brock Davidson, joined us Sunday Oct 26. Brock is an avid performance enthusiast and past national championship winning rider as well as tuner. Hear what he has to say on the current crop of drag racers as well as the trends in the marketplace. We also welcomed Kim Kohlenberger from Injured Warrior Appreciation Run (IWAR).
The 2013 Injured Warrior Appreciation Run brought over 700 riders to Camp Pendleton.
Head over to the Archive Page for interviews and details on who else has joined Broc, Bobby, Paul and Scott in the studio.