Coast 2 Coast, Life With The Motorcycle
Tuesday nights are full throttle now with the extraordinary guests on Coast 2 Coast. Each Tuesday, Nine PM Eastern, Cris Sommer Simmons takes listeners on a journey through the history of motorcycling, music, and good times from the women’s perspective. Along with Co-host Michael Lichter, they have embarked on a new form of media to engage the fastest-growing segment in motorcycling and pay homage to the great figures of its history. The women’s motorcycle movement has grown strong in the last five years and now sits at a place where they have a voice in all ends of the media. Since the late eighties, Cris has been entrenched when she first became involved in that space through a magazine titled “Harley Women. Over the years, she’s an ambassador for female riders. She has not only been the author of several books on this subject, but she has also provided amazing inspiration as a top finalist in the Motorcycle Cannonball, unarguably the most formidable motorcycle challenge for both genders.
Here Are A Few Of The Most Recent Episodes of Coast 2 Coast, Life With The Motorcycle. If you would like to see all of the Source Media Offerings, please visit our YouTube Channel.
July 13, 2021
July 7, 2021
This week’s guest is longtime motorcycle rider/bike builder and traveling nurse Vivian “Gypsy” Charros. She’ll be sharing stories of what it was like to ride back in the 1970’s and to work in a parts department at a Harley dealership during that time. From there, she went on to not only being the only woman to ever compete in a Biker Build-Off, she actually won it! This very week, she’s one of only two women competing in the Cross Country Chase and so, Cris and Michael will be reporting together (for the first time) with Gypsy from what will until the broadcast, will be an unknown location!
June 29, 20201
Tonight Cris and Michael are going Coast To Coast to Nashville! A Passion for Fashion – Natalie Kleiner has only been riding motorcycles for 6-years, but in that time, motorcycling has become her life. She rides to events and rallies across the country and for the past 4-years, she has been working designing motorcycle apparel for Troy Lee Designs, Milwaukee Leathers, Hot Leathers, as well as Dehavn and her own NKK brand.