Of course, those wanting to experience Hooligan debauchery, only with less bar bang-age can
opt for the Hooligan Fun class (no pros). There’s also a Run What Ya Brung,
Women’s Open, Vintage, and Mini-Bike classes. No matter what kind of motorcycle
you have in the garage, there’s likely a class for you get sideways in.
“I love racing the Super Hooligan series,” explained Stephanie
, who made the trek from Phoenix, Arizona with her ’96 Sportster 1200 in
tow. “I ride dirt bikes for fun and race a desert off-road series at home— but
I’m very new to the Harley world. Super Hooligan
is always good to me though.
The people are super rad and it’s fun to push myself and get better.”
“I also got to race Jolene Van Vugt
[Action sports athlete and
stuntwoman], who’s been my idol for pretty much forever,” she continued. “It
was great to ride with a woman who has had as much impact on the women’s
“I couldn’t ask for a better experience for my first flat track
race,” chimed in first-time metal shoe wearer, Van Vugt. She brought home top
honors in the Women’s class aboard an RSD-prepped Indian Scout.
“The vibe here is great,” she adds. “Everyone is just
here to have a good time. They’re all people who really love motorcycles.
That’s the draw— we’re just here to have fun. When the gate drops it’s
competitive, after all, everyone wants to win. But afterward it’s all about
hanging out, helping one another and throwing some high-fives.”