All About Dale’s Channel

Here’s How Dale’s Channel Works

Once you subscribe to Dale’s Channel, you can watch the videos on several devices including your phone, tablet, computer, TV, projector, and pretty much anything else you can imagine.  If you’re not savvy with electronics, don’t worry!  We’ve made DalesChannel.TV very easy to navigate through and we will always be improving based on your feedback!   If you have any difficulties, we’ll walk you through step by step to help make sure that you are watching DalesChannel.TV on the device that you prefer!  At the bottom of the screen, you can find out more about watching Dale’s Channel on different devices.

The videos on DalesChannel.TV are broken up into over 50 categories of series’s and seasons which contain over 400 shows. The main categories include Live, American Restoration Chronicles, 2017 Reel School – Season 1, 2018 Reel School – Season 2, Clips from What’s In The Barn, Tech Shows, Rare Restoration Shows, Event Shows, Special Series Shows, Human Interest Shows, and Virtual Tours.

 

Live Introduction

August 4th, 2017

Here’s what your subscription includes

1 new show per week about the current restorations, rebuilds, and other projects that are taking place in Dales shop!

Over 400 shows from The Wheels Through Time Video Archive from 2007 to present!

20 Clips from What's In The Barn!

Knowledge that your contribution supports The Wheels Through Time, our visitors, fans, and motorcycle enthusiasts for generations to come!

At the extraordinary Wheels Through Time Museum, Dale Walksler takes you back in time as he finds, fixes, restores, and races some of the rarest and most iconic motorcycles in the world.

I want to watch Dale's Channel on my mobile phone:

  The Dale’s Channel Video Player can be found inside of the Navigation Menu. The Navigation Menu has 3 small horizontal lines is located at the top right corner of your screen. Tap the Navigation Menu and scroll down until you see Watch Dale’s Channel. After you click on Watch Dale’s Channel, the video player will load automatically.

I want to watch Dale's Channel on my tablet:

  The Dale’s Channel Video Player can be found inside of the Navigation Menu. The Navigation Menu has 3 small horizontal lines is located at the top right corner of your screen. Tap the Navigation Menu and scroll down until you see Watch Dale’s Channel. After you click on Watch Dale’s Channel, the video player will load automatically.

I want to watch Dale's Channel on my computer:

  After you have subscribed, hover your cursor over the Dale’s Channel tab in the Main Menu Bar.  Scroll down and select Watch Dale’s Channel.  Once you have made that selection, the player will load automatically.

I want to watch Dale's Channel on my TV:

The easiest way to do this is to purchase an HDMI cord that is compatible with the device that you are using right now and connect the cord to one of your HDMI inputs on your TV (located on the back of your TV near where your DVD or Cable Connection may be. An HDMI cord is usually less than $20 at your local Radio Shack, Best Buy, or other electronics store.  If you have a smart TV, locate your internet browser and type in DalesChannel.TV in the URL bar at the top of the screen.  Next, click the login button and enter your login credentials.  After you login, click on Dale’s Channel on the Main Menu Bar.  Scroll down and select Watch Dale’s Channel.  Once you have made your selection, the player should load automatically.

NOTE: Before you purchase an HDMI cord, make sure your TV does in fact have an HDMI input.  When you purchase it, make sure that it is compatible with your phone or device that you will be connecting to.  If you are unsure, it never hurts to ask for help.

If you have Chromecast, Apple TV, Amazon Fire TV, or other streaming device, you can play the videos on your phone, tablet, or computer and stream them to your TV.

Still need help?  Email us at support@wheelsthroughtime.com and we’ll do the best we can to help!

Are you having trouble?  Please reach out to us at Support@Wheelsthroughtime.com and a team member will get back to you as soon as we can!

A channel dedicated to telling the untold stories of early American Motorcycle History.