Live 8:00PM EST/5:00PM PST – Wednesday February 25, 2015

Terry Vance became the most popular rider in the sport of motorcycle drag racing during the late 1970s and 1980s. He earned a total of 14 national drag racing championships before retiring as a rider in 1988. Vance, along with recently inducted AMA Hall of Fame Member and engine builder Byron Hines, parlayed their drag racing fame into a highly successful aftermarket business called Vance & Hines. Tonight, we will get an update on the state of the Vance & Hines Union in this show.

Vance and Hines won two Daytona 200s and many championships in American Road Racing. Their eye for talented riders, organizational skills and mechanical expertise quickly proved why they were one of the top teams in road racing year after year.

In this episode, Terry discusses the Vance and Hines Harley-Davidson Series, the future of Road Race and Flat Track plus his opinion on factory involvement.