This year, round two of the 2020 Roland Sands Super Hooligan Series lured over 50 racers from all over the country to Primm Nevada, a small town on the border of California, just 40 miles from Las Vegas. There, they bet it all, racing bar to bar on a 1/5th mile asphalt oval. Laid out on a lot beneath the Buffalo Bill's Resort and Casino's Desperado roller coaster, the course looked just as fast and scary as that roller coaster. Half of the course comprised of smooth, clean asphalt while turns one and two were a much coarser, grate-the-skin-right-off-your-ass kind of asphalt.
Dan had never planned on winning the Mint 400. He just wanted to ride and have a good time. He faced a lot of difficulties and mishaps during his first desert race and he graciously took them all in stride. He learned a lot and is already planning on returning next year better prepared for the realities of difficult desert racing.
Being that we've been preaching that vintage Japanese bikes are a solid starting point for your Bug Out Transportation. We thought it would be fun to share with you some of the men and women of the Mad Max Run who are already one step ahead of the game.
Walking into Ag Hall at the Allentown Fairgrounds, you would never think that they could pull off a flat track race within the walls of this small exposition center.
However, The two day Lehigh Valley Motorcycle Expo promised to do just that. And for the second year in a row, Bill Rowe and his crew successfully brought AMA-sanctioned flat track racing to Allentown, Pennsylvania; providing a nice mid-winter reprieve for both racers and flat track fans.
The Cycle Showcase St.Louis event has grown over the years to encompass a broad range of custom and collectable vintage motorcycles. Each covering completely different styles, genres and eras but all coming together under one roof as an impressive display well worth the wait. Now in it’s 6thyear the show found it’s way to “The Pageant,” a famous concert venue with multiple levels and balconies where you could view the motorcycles from every angle imaginable.