Ray worked with B-2-B and Consumer clients throughout the world ... including USA, Canada, Mexico, Asia, the South Pacific, Europe, the Middle-East, Central & South America, Africa.

This website is a compilation of Ray's 10 years on the Web.


A new kind of RAYdio
for the World!

Ray and "friend" at a rally for "Big" Motorcycles on the Road
Larry Hagman is interviewed by Ray Jutkins for ""Big" Motorcycles on the Road. Larry, of TV show Dallas fame, is also an avid rider.

Ray interviewing the "G" man himself ... Willie G. Davidson ... at the Harley Owners' Group Open House at the 60th Sturgis Rally and Races.

Bill Bartel, a Harley dealer from southern California, is a guest on "Big" Motorcycles on the Road with "OutRAYgeous" Ray Jutkins. Bill is shown here working the 19th Annual Laughlin River Run registration desk.
Mike Keefe, VP of the Harley Owners Group, and Clyde Fessler, VP Business Development for Harley-Davidson, are Ray's guests on "Big" Motorcycles on the Road.
Ray interviews Mickey Jones on "Big" Motorcycles on the Road. Mickey has played in 89 movies and television's long-running Home Improvement show. He's an avid Indian Motorcycle lover and rider, a fun guy, and a great interview.

For the last couple of years Ray roamed the motorcycle world - from Daytona to Sturgis, from the Love Ride to Rolling Thunder, from Wing Ding to Laughlin.

He took an Iron Butt ride and brought you the news. He reported from a sidecar event, and touring rallies in Arizona and Minnesota. He opened the Guggenheim from the Venetian in Las Vegas, walked the floor with Otis Chandler from his museum in California, twice visited the Barber Museum in Alabama and the AMA in Ohio, and brought you a report from the 2 story barn museum of Peter Grom, Slovenia, central Europe.

He talked to bike dealers in Croatia, Singapore, Sweden, Brazil, Mexico and elsewhere. He tour manufacturing facilities of Honda and Titan. He visited motorcycle shows. He interviewed celebrities - and real bikers. Literally from around the globe.

All that is going on "hold". Sure, there will be special events - and when they happen you'll read about it here. In the between time, here are a few memories.

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