Dirt Quake USA – June 1, Castle Rock, WA

Published on May 11, 2014 | Tags:

This Is Dirt Quake, Sideburn magazine's day at the race track. A go fast, turn left celebration made for anyone and everyone with bike unfit for the half-mile dirt circle.  A spectacle that cannot be unseen, an event that will leave you trembling in anticipation. A mess of folks from all over the world racing in four uncommon categories: Inappropriate Road Bike; Street Tracker; Kitchen Sink and, everyone's favourite, Chopper Flat Track. 
The winner taking nothing more than the accolades of fellow racers. All the participants have the opportunity to ride on a Nationally-sanctioned raceway. Castle Rock is a stomping grounds for some of the legendary racers of our time. 
Don't miss the chance to watch, or take part in, this thrilling, exciting, one time event. 

Dirt Quake is June 1st
 

Camping, Live Music, Swap Meet, Dirt Track Racing, Chopper Racin'

Want more info?
http://www.sideburnmagazine.com/DIRT_QUAKE_USA.html


Want to enter your bike?

Send a picture of it to dirt@sideburnmagazine.com

Pre-registration only! Ends May 28th
 

The MotoAttic swap meet entry? 

Saturday May 31 only

contact: 
matthew@killdiscodesign.com

other Questions:

dirt@sideburnmagazine.com

for a good time.

#DQUSA

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The One Motorcycle Show, No. Five: Part 2

Published on February 27, 2014 | Tags:

Well the dust has settled–or maybe more appropriately, "the snow has melted"–since The One Motorcycle Show 2014. Our 5th year in operation: a milestone we never anticipated when we first dreamt this up back in 2010.

This was our biggest and best show to date. We worked harder and longer to get more bikes, more people, and more fun packed into a weekend celebrating 2-wheeled culture. Despite the worst snow storm Portland has seen in 5 years, we pulled it off without a hitch. It was a little worrisome that people would be scared away by the weather, but that was not the case. We had more than 9,000 attendees over two days and more than 120 bikes in the show!

It was smiles for miles.