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Dallas Hageman is a guy who lives to ride, literally. He started riding years ago and the draw of a V-Twin paired with a good stretch of asphalt has stuck with him his whole life. He’s racked up well over 250,000 miles behind bars and visited nearly every state in the Union on two wheels. He not only lives and breathes to ride but also has a penchant for building them, and is no stranger to taking apart a ride and assembling it into a unique work of metal and paint. Many of his motorcycles have been featured in various magazines, one even selling to an actor who played a role in The Sons Of Anarchy and another to an Olympic gold medalist. He’s owned and ridden numerous makes and models of motorcycles spanning from Hondas to Harleys, Victorys to Triumphs and Kawasakis to Choppers. When Dallas isn’t in the saddle he’s either ankle deep in grease tearing apart a V-Twin, mingling within the Biker community or behind the mic talking about bikes. Dallas is a proud participant of the Patriot Guard and Run for the Wall, a motorcycle journey across the United States that honors and supports POWs and MIAs. He believes in this cause so much that he spearheaded a grant program supporting active duty men and women who wanted to join the RFTW on their yearly journey, but did not have the funds. This program, coined RFTA or Run for them All, was featured on the Discovery Channel and continues to alleviate the financial burden of making the grueling motorcycle trek across the United States. Realizing his knack for gabbing, Dallas started a radio show in his garage talking about what he, and so many of his Brothers and Sisters of the road love talking about; motorcycles. From a podcast to now a powerhouse the show has grown exponentially and is nationally syndicated, reaching several countries and numerous states. Even though Wild Ride Radio has exploded in numbers, Dallas remains true to his roots. Though the show has moved from a garage to studio, he brought in some old tools and motorcycle parts from his old garage to feel right at home. Join him and the countless thousands of others that enjoy talking shop about bikes.
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