Handbuilt Show Wall of Death Rider Poster

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In 1911, the very first motordrome opened its doors for public entertainment on Coney Island. After that first appearance, the Wall of Death, as it has come to be known, was a long-standing carnival attraction for much of the 20th century in the United States. With only a handful of motordromes in operation these days, we enthusiastically called upon the folks at American Motor Drome Co. to put on a show for Handbuilt Motorcycle Show attendees.


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