Yamaha Wall of Fame Inductee Broc Glover | Yamaha 60th Anniversary
Yamaha Wall of Fame Inductee and Bike Week Radio Show host Broc Glover, won six AMA National Motocross Championships for Yamaha, which was a record that stood for nearly two decades. He tallied 45 career AMA National wins in both motocross and Supercross. In 1977, Broc’s very first full year of riding as a pro, he won the AMA 125cc National Motocross Championship, and he defended his title the following two years, in 1978 and 1979. Broc moved up to the 500cc class in 1981 and won the AMA National Championship in his first year in that class. He added two additional AMA 500cc National Championships to his tally in 1983 and 1985. When he retired after the 1988 season, Broc held the AMA all-time wins record in both AMA 125cc motocross and 500cc motocross. He was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 2000. #60YearsOfYamaha. Watch the video here.

Who was on the show

#Whosnext: Bike Week Radio Show was happy to have returning to the air, Kieth and Steve Huff. Together with Paul Flanders and District 37 put on the famous LA / Barstow / Vegas dual-sport ride. Kieth talked about all the preperation it takes to put on such an event. This is the 32nd year for the best 400 mile-plus dual sport ride of the year.
We also had Eugene Villines, who was on his motorcycle riding home from work when he was injured by lightning. Witnesses say it appeared lightning struck Villines' motorcycle or the road near him. Eugene said his safety precautions wearing proper gear saved his life including his Scorpion helmet.

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Head over to the Archive Page for interviews and details on who else has joined Broc, Bobby, Paul and Scott in the studio.




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