Early American motorcycle competition was based on two formats - hillclimb and flat track. Both were amateur events that combined family picnics, friendly racing and standard production motorcycles. Rules were few, and entrants could ride to the event, compete and ride home on the same machine.
The RSD Super Hooligan National Championship series seeks to recreate that bygone era. Round 4 is set for April 22 at the Farmers Fairgrounds in Perris, Calif., at The Hippy Killer Hoedown, a custom culture event created for automobile and motorcycle enthusiasts and their families. Expect live music, free giveaways, custom cars, vans, motorcycles and flat track racing on a brand new 1/5 mile race track. There are classes for every bike and every skill level. For the most up to date schedule and SHNC standings visit the Super Hooligan Blog.
Contingencies & Prizes
Indian Motorcycle - One Factory Indian FTR750 professional GNC flat track race bike will be awarded to the Super Hooligan Series Champion at final round.
*Winner must be present at final round
Indian Motorcycle title-sponsored events include a $1,000 Winner-Takes-All bonus to winner of Super Hooligan Main Event.
Dunlop Tires: $250 (first) / $150 (second) / $100 (third) payouts for Super Hooligan Main Event. - $1,000 Winner-Takes-All Super Hooligan Dunlop Dash for Cash event.
Bell Helmets: $250 (first) / $150 (second) / $75 (third) payouts per Super Hooligan Main Event. - $2,500 bonus to be awarded to Super Hooligan Series Champion at final round.
Custom painted helmet trophy for Super Hooligan winner at each round.
K&N Engineering: $300 Winner-Takes-All Holeshot Award for Super Hooligan Main Event.
MOTUL: $300 Cleanest Hooligan race bike at each race. TBD by SHNC.