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AMA announces 2018 Vintage Flat Track National Championship Series schedule

Pickerington, Ohio—The 2018 AMA Vintage Flat Track National Championship Series will bring 11 rounds of action-packed competition to venues in six states, sanctioned by the American Motorcyclist Association. The action kicks off March 10 in Georgia and ends in September at Oakland Valley Race Park in Cuddebackville, N.Y. This series was formerly known as the AMA Vintage Dirt Track National ...

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Super Hooligan 2018 National Championship Tour announced

Feb. 8—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 ...

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Lace, Grace & Gears 2017: Motorcycle Parade

Although the 2017 Lace Grace & Gears Rally participants weren’t able to break the world record of “largest parade of all women riders,” the enthusiasm of the attendees certainly came close. The 2017 Rally was held in Bandera, Texas, Cowboy Capital of Texas and attended by women from all over the world.Click here to subscribe to Runnin’ Rabbits Films on ...

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Motorcycle Riding San Francisco Bay to Muir Woods

Most of my riding is to and from an even or during an event that I am covering. This day was my fun vacation day with friends showing me some of the beauty of the Bay area of California. Click here to subscribe to Runnin’ Rabbits Films on YouTube and click here to become a Runnin’ Rabbits Films Patreon supporter.

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One for the Road: Rollercoaster ride

“Hope smiles from the threshold of the year to come, whispering, ‘It will be happier’…” So wrote 19th century poet Alfred Lord Tennyson. And most famous quotes for the new year seem to reflect the same philosophy. But this year, in trying to look optimistically toward the future, I found myself looking backward. I figure, to know where I’m going, ...

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