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Tom White and Don Emde Trailblazers Hall of Famers, 09-26-17


Due to unforeseen circumstances Tom was unavailable for the interview.  So Don Emde is interviewed with Warren Reid joining the conversation.

Tom White- Trailblazers Hall of Famer, Founder of White Brothers

68 years old and a lifetime motorcyclist. He’s the Former AMA National #80 in pro dirt track from 1971 to 1976. 

Tom founded White Brothers Cycle Specialties in 1975. When Tom sold the company in 2000, motorcycle dealers rated the company as the number one supplier of performance parts in the United States. Warehouses were located in Yorba Linda, California and Louisville, Kentucky along with two manufacturing facilities in Orange County.

Don Emde- Trailblazers Hall of Famer, Don Emde is an American motorcycle racer, author and publisher.

It’s hard to pigeonhole Don Emde as he’s done a lot since he became famous for winning the Daytona 200 in 1972. He was also the first son of a Daytona 200 winner, Floyd Emde, the 1948 race winner, to also win the 200. Don’s not done with challenging rides; May 3, 2014 Emde and 25 guest riders departed San Diego, California for Manhattan, New York, retracing Cannon Ball Baker’s 1914 route.