Harley-Davidson will be livestreaming flat-track racing from this year's Mama Tried show in Milwaukee.
Grassroots indoor flat track returns to Milwaukee this weekend and Harley-Davidson will be livestreaming the action from Mama Tried’s Flat Out Friday.
Racing will take place on the concrete floor of the BMO Bradley Center arena on an oval circuit soaked with sticky Dr. Pepper syrup (Sounds like a date I had once – Ed.), and race fans can catch every lap on a Harley-Davidson Facebook Live broadcast beginning at 7 p.m. CST on Friday, February 17.
Rusty Butcher of the HarleyHooligans aims to defend his title in the Hooligan class, while AMA 450 Pros race for more than $15,000 in prize money in the Charlotte Kainz Memorial Race. Nine other classes will also be competing:
- Open amateur
- Four stroke brakeless
- Youth 85
- Open vintage
In addition to Friday’s races, Harley-Davidson is sponsoring a full slate of Mama Tried events in Milwaukee throughout the weekend, including Mama Tried Bike Night at the Harley-Davidson Museum 400 W Canal St.
The Mama Tried Motorcycle Show takes place February 18-19 and serves as an indoor (it's cold in Milwaukee this time of year) invitational, showcasing the best custom, homebuilt, and unusual race and street motorcycles from the Midwest and beyond. The show will feature more than 100 motorcycles from builders of all genres, including flat-trackers, hill climbers, choppers, and bobbers.