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David Veal



American Throttle is a trivia board game with a motorcycle theme. It is a poker run around the country. It is a drinking game playing up to seven individual players or 14 people if you build teams. American Throttle is a full on experience, a road trip that tests your knowledge of the road, a game of chance. Hey, if you can belch a name you can progress a few spaces. If your luck runs dry you might drop your bike. Follow us on twitter, become a Fan on facebook (search for American Throttle, The Game) American Throttle, The Game is a party. How to play (we have a YouTube on how to play American Throttle, just search 'How to Play American Throttle' and you'll find it). Put some cash or two prizes in the pot, pick a motorcycle, and role the die. As you move you will land on spaces that that say take a swig of your drink. That's self explanatory. When you land on a Two Wheel Trivia card you have to answer a True/False of Multiple Choice (easy questions to impossible questions). If you land on a What the Hell is That?, you have to guess at a visual card. Again, it's easy to difficult stuff. There are two ways to win: finishing first for half the pot and the best poker hand wins the other half of the pot. Anyone can win, everyone has a great time. Be sure to shuffle all of the card decks (sorry about that - we didn't have them pre-shuffled). Have a couple of great jokes on hand too. You do not have to of ridden a motorcycle to enjoy or win this board game. It's a trivia board game with a motorcycle theme. If you watch movies, read books (comic books), watch television, listen to rock, know your tools, tour the states, or just breath, you can win. The game is 100% American made. The game owners are also 100% American Made (unless you go back a few generations) We hope you visit our site and enjoy the game. http://www.americanthrottle.com



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