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Cafe Racer TV
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By Mike ...
By Mike Seate
Editor, Café Racer Magazine
Coordinating Producer, Café Racer TV
Vintage Motorcycles, Antique Motorcyles, Classic Motorcycles, Will Stoner, Classic Events
MIKE SEATE, HOST OF CAFE' RACER TV
Mike Seate Appearance Changes
Here's the bad news and good news: The Bad news is Mike Seate
Won't be apperaing at thne November 7, 2010 Medina Show.
The good news is that he
will be at the November 14, 2010 Meet in York, PA.It seems a conflict has arisen in the shooting schedule of Cafe Racer TV.
will sign autographs, answer questions about café racer style motorcycles and chat with our guests In addition; he
is bringing one of the magazine's project bikes.
Cafe Racer Magazine Editor and our ...
Cafe Racer Magazine Editor and our coordinating producer, Mike Seate was invited, by Velocity, to the SEMA Show (Specialty Equipment Marketing Association) in Las Vegas last November.
Mike isn't a car guy at all but he was still overwhelmed by the size and spectacle that is SEMA, which takes up two million square feet of floor space in the Las Convention Center.
"It was a weird, gi-normous celebration of auto culture that was about 200 times larger than any motorcycle industry gathering I've ever seen," Seate
After getting lost in the aisles of SEMA
, Velocity escorted he
and several other Velocity show talents like Jessi Combs from "All Girls Garage", Wayne Carini from "Chasing Classic Cars", Chip Foose from Overhaulin' and others, out to the Valley of Fire State Park where they shot new network brand promotional spots.
The 42,000 acre park is filled with red sandstone formations but Velocity went with a shadowy black and white look that makes the road pop on screen.
The theme for the spots is "Drive your Passion" and it features all the hosts and and on camera talent enjoying the open road.
chose a 2013 Triumph Bonneville as his
It's a coup for Cafe Racer TV
to get a nod alongside the biggest stars and shows of the network.
"I'm so glad they're behind us at this level," Seate
"They're really behind pushing the show."
- Mike Seate
- Mike Seate
Mike Seate Hardback, 160pp, ...
Mike Seate Hardback, 160pp, Published 2010 Mike Seate founder of Café Racer magazine has collated an excellent overview of the Café Racer motorcycle as a genre.
Cafe Racer TV « Dime City Diatribe
Café Racer Magazine editor, Mike Seate, says "the custom bike shows are a chance to witness firsthand the emerging trends and high-performance technology that make today's café racer movement so exciting.
The tune that follows is transcending, as if your twisting through the Isle and Mike
the Bike is racing right beside you.