"A Tribute To Carrol McCauley"

- In the words of his friend Eddie Boomhower -

"Carrol lived for motorcycle racing. Although he did not compete himself, he would literally quit his job to drive one of the local racers to a race anywhere on the north American continent. When George Roeder and Marshall Lamm were racing out of my shop Carrol would drive them to California just for something to do. It was a standing joke that if you needed a part at the track you simply asked Carrol. In a few minutes he would come back with it. How he got it might be questionable but he had it. Carrol knew every rider on the grand national tour and was loved by all. He really should have been a politician. I really believe he could talk his way into the white house."