Encore presentations of the Two Wheel Oklahoma television series will start airing Saturday, Nov. 28. The show features historic landmarks, scenic highways and interviews with local characters.
The pilot episode filmed along Route 66 will air this Saturday at 9:00 am on Tulsa television KMYT-41.
The majority of the show focuses on the highways, history and unique places that make Oklahoma special. Each show features a regional destination like Arcadia’s Round Barn, the Rock Cafe in Stroud, the Will Rogers Memorial, Greenleaf State Park or Woolaroc.
“It’s not just a show about motorcycles,” Brad Mathison explained. “We just happen to be riding motorcycles.”
Mathison produces the series with production help from Retro Spec Films of Broken Arrow. The original series contained four episodes and will culminate in a "best of" show for the holidays. Plans for 2010 include visits to more Oklahoma State Parks, Red Rock Canyon and the Talimena Drive.
Viewers in Tulsa can watch Two Wheel Oklahoma every Saturday morning at 9:00 am on Tulsa TV station KMYT-41, Cox cable channel 10. For more information or to sign up for email updates visit www.twowheelok.com.