The Moto Beach Classic returns to Bolsa Chica, California, on October 23rd, after last year’s event was cancelled by the pandemic. The event is a day of exciting motorcycle racing, stunt shows, music, art, and a fun time all around. Entry is free, and if you’re in the Orange County area, you should definitely consider going. The Moto Beach Classic, now in its fourth year, draws an eclectic bunch of riders, bike builders, artists, and musicians for a day of celebration.
The event will also see the final round of the Super Hooligan National Championship. The 2021 Super Hooligan National Championship is an open series comprising 4 rounds of road racing, short-track, half-mile, and asphalt oval. The racers participate on lightly modified street bikes, and the caveat is that racers have to alter the same motorcycle for each round. At the Moto Beach Classic, the final round will be a flat-track round on a purpose-built asphalt oval. Apart from the Super Hooligan series, there will also be several additional race classes – Vintage, Mad Dog Mini’s, Big Twin, Run What Cha Brung, and Super 73, to name a few.
The venue will include a vendor village for those who may not want in on the racing action. The vendor village will host local motorcycle shops, a host of apparel and gear manufacturers, and lots of food and beverage options. This year, Roland Sands Design has also partnered with SeaLegs at the Beach, the concert venue at Bolsa Chica, to host a bunch of talented musicians.
There will also be a STACYC electric bike course for kids. Kids also have the opportunity to participate in a STACYC e-bike race. And, it’ll happen on the Super Hooligan racecourse!
While the event entry is free to the public, you also have the option to roll in with style with a VIP ticket. The VIP pass will gain you access to Grandstand seating – the best seats in the house for all the racing action – along with entry into a VIP-only bar, restrooms, and viewing from the RSD Moto Shed, and access to the racing pits.
“The Moto Beach Classic is the physical realization of a lifetime of insane ideas all jammed into one day at the beach,” said Roland Sands. “Motorcycles, music, racing, art, all on the sand where I grew up surfing. I couldn’t think of a better place to do it and with a better group of people.”