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Roland Sands Design and Indian Motorcycle are proud to bring America the “Greatest Show on Dirt”, with the 2018 Super Hooligan National Championship (SHNC). 
This year we’ve hand selected 11 venues that represent the spirit of hooligan racing and its diversity in riders, bikes and tracks. To include the working man and keep it interesting, we’ll be taking the cumulative score from 9 of the 11 rounds to determine our champion. So if you miss a round, crash or break you’ve still got a shot at winning the SHNC title.
We’ve included legendary tracks like Salem Speedway, the Buffalo Chip TT, Sacramento Mile short rack and Costa Mesa Speedway. Contrasting the legends are new venues paired with a host of entertainment at X Games in Minneapolis, Pier 32 asphalt oval Hooligan Gymkhana in San Francisco bay and a fire road TT at China Peak. We’ve also paired up a flat track race to accompany a professional surf competition in the middle of California as well as longtime favorites Dirt Quake and vastly improved Hippy Killer Hoedown short track. Finish it off with the final championship round at Moto Beach Classic in Surf City, Huntington Beach, California and you’ve got more good times than you can shake a ratchet at. We suppose you could call it a motorcycle circus, but we like to think of it as a party where a race broke out. 
Date Event
Feb 10 The One Show - Salem, OR
April 14 Hippy Killer Hoedown - Perris, CA
May 18 Sacramento Short Track - night before the AFT Mile - Rancho Cordova, CA
June 15-17 High Pipe Moto TT - Lakeshore, CA
July 19-22 Indian X Superhooligan Summer Party - Minneapolis, MN
July 27 Dirt Squirt - Castle Rock, WA
August 8 Buffalo Chip TT - Sturgis, SD
August 17-19 Battle on the Bay (Pier 32) - San Francisco, CA
September 7 Hurley Surf & Turf - Lemoore, CA
September 22 Costa Mesa Speedway - Costa Mesa, CA
October 13-14 Moto Beach Classic - Bolsa Chica, CA
Super Hooligan class rules are simple and designed to keep costs down and fabrication to a minimum. 750cc and up Street Bikes with Flat track race tires. Open to all manufacturers! See link below for full rules.
Indian Motorcycle has stepped up with another banger of a grand prize, a new, undisclosed Indian motorcycle modified by the crew at Roland Sands Design. Dunlop tires is the official tire sponsor of the SHNC and have stepped up with a year of 1K Dash for Cash races and purse money. K&N Filters and Bell Helmets are also involved in a big way, bringing fat contingency checks to the competitors, rewarding heroic rides and top finishers. K&N also returns with the main event Holeshot Award. We welcome new sponsors Law Tigers who brings some cash to the rider with the biggest get off. Sometimes when you lose you still win! Anything is possible, it’s a new season of SHNC racing! And just like the bikes, the venues are a mix and mash, there’s going to be surprises and unexpected outcomes. At the end of the day we just want to get sideways and have a good time, come join us.

Contingencies & Prizes

Contingency payouts will be paid by check following each race, upon receipt of final results provided by race organizer.


• One-off RSD customized new 2019 Indian model will be awarded to the Super Hooligan Series Champion at final round. *Winner must be present at final round.

• $1,000 Winner-Takes-All bonus to winner of Super Hooligan Main Event. *Valid only at Indian Motorcycle title-sponsored events.


• $250 (first) / $150 (second) / $100 (third) payouts for Super Hooligan Main Event.

• $1,000 Winner-Takes-All Super Hooligan Dunlop Dash for Cash event.


• $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.


• $300 Winner-Take-All Holeshot Award for Super Hooligan Main Event.


• $100 Crash of the Day award. TBD by SHNC


2017’s SHNC series was packed with action right up to the last Round at Moto Beach Classic in Huntington Beach, Ca, where it was anybody’s race. After 10 rounds 3 riders had the potential to take home the Championship and the $50K Indian FTR race bike. Points leader Joe Kopp was chased into the final race by Brad Spencer and Andy Debrino for a double points paying final race with Debrino taking home the Championship with a 3rd place finish.

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