I was proud to have been featured in the AMA’s MotoStars: Celebrities + Motorcycles exhibit and book along with my custom motorcycle from the DINERS TV show I hosted and produced for Connecticut Public Television (CPTV).
Throughout history, motorcycles have played a starring role in the public and private lives of a significant number of celebrities and personalities. Whether they are adventure tourers, collectors, builders or ambassadors of the sport, each MotoStar has a unique story to tell about what fueled their interest and love for riding. Museum visitors found these private glimpses into the community of motorcycling especially compelling.
“Motorcycling, whether an occasional hobby or lifelong obsession, has always connected individuals from very different walks of life,” says Motorcycle Hall of Fame Museum Director Mark Mederski. “Whether you work in a factory, the corporate suite, or on a Hollywood set, you’ll always have a shared bond and make new friends if you spend time on two wheels.”
How great seeing my DINERS motorcycle proudly displayed under the MotoStars Stage & Screen banner. What a rush!