Our Thanks to his many Sponsers and good friends

Irv Morris
Kawasaki Midwest
Kerstings Cycle
Klotz Special Formula
Ken Maely
Cemoto East
Montesa Motors
Vista Sheen
Bart Markel
Lectron Carbs
Hi-Point Racing
Harley Davidson
Steve Stortz
Staton Lorenz
Rob Muzzy
Tex Peel
K & N Yamaha
Norm McDonald
Doug Sears
Jim France
American Honda
Bill Kennedy
Megacycle Cams
Tsubaki Chain
MotoFox Racing
Gemco Pipes
Aria Helmets
De’s Leathers
Bel Ray Oils
Paul Gentilozzi
Ralph Moody
Chevron Oil
AMA Hall of Fame

Memories Blog

Welcome Fans of Ted #12 Boody

A few years ago my Dad, Ted Boody Sr., embarked on this labor of love.  He wanted to keep the memory of his son alive.  Dad died in July 2018.  I admit I’ve been remiss at continuing this legacy website – but, as I promised Dad, I’m back at keeping Ted’s memory.

I’d like to invite each of you to share your memories and experiences of Ted Jr or Sr with us.  I’d like to create a compilation of information as a legacy. 

In order to post your memories, I will require your permission.  So, please be sure to include that with your post.  Dates and places are greatly appreciated.

I look forward to hearing from you.            Use this link

Lynda Boody, one of Ted Jr’s sisters

Harrington, Delaware Win

When I was 15 & 16 I rode thousands of laps by myself in a Pennsylvania farm field.
The only things I knew about racing was from reading The Enthusiast & I was Ted.
The first AMA Pro Race that I attended was in Harrington Delaware, guess who won ?

-Kirk Foulke


Great Website

Great job Lynda your dad would be proud!

-Terry Boody