…we’ve been getting a few calls from people wondering if there’s a typo on the schedule…there isn’t. The climb this weekend at Bay City, WI starts at 9:00am. We tend to get a very large number of entries, and being later in the year we have less daylight to work with…so we start an hour earlier than other events to make sure we get the event done. So plan on getting to VSMC a little earlier, and be signed up by 8:30am.
Hope to see everyone there…it’s gonna be great!
There’s less than 2 weeks now to get your entries to Indianhead M/C to register for the hill drags! Entries must be received by 9/12. You can get the entry form from the IMC website, and get them in the mail right away…or bring them to the Valley Springs M/C event this weekend and hand them in to Dan Prebe.
And don’t forget – semi-pro climb on Sunday following the hill drags! Entry for the semi-pro event will be on race day…no pre-entry.
Without further ado, here’s the results from the 2015 AMA Hillclimb Grand Championship, hosted by Pioneer M/C in Waterford, OH.
Luke Cipala was named AMA Amateur Hillclimber of the Year – his first time, but one of several for the Cipala family. Bodee O’Neil was named AMA Youth Hillclimber of the Year for the 2nd year in a row, and Kenny O’Brien was named AMA ATV Hillclimber of the Year. Austin Coon, an AMA Pro Supercross-caliber rider, took the King of the Hill trophy…on a stock-length 250f!
Congratulations to all the riders, and thanks to Pioneer M/C for a well-run event!
Indianhead M/C has posted the entry form for their 9/19/2015 Hill Drags event – it’s pre-entry only…so if you want to compete in this awesome event, go and get that form and get it in the mail right away, and take your shot at the $1,000 prize for Top Eliminator!
Also, on the following day, IMC will be hosting a Semi-Pro event – which will be cash payback, with registration on race day from 9:00 to 11:00.
The IMC events are run in conjunction with the fall Flood Run – spectators arriving on motorcycles get in for only $5 per bike (not per person)!
Due to flooding of the event area, resulting from massive amounts of rain over the recent past, King City Dirt Riders has decided to cancel their July 18th event – granted that the entire place is underwater.
They’ll be working to make sure everything is ready to go for their September event.