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The 2011 Hangtown Motocross Classic

It’s an all-new outside season for the young men of motocross, and it starts at the granddaddy of all, the Hangtown Motocross Classic. This occasion is more than 40 years of age! Begun in 1968 by the Dirt Diggers North Motorcycle Club (DDNMC), who set out on an arrangement to show a motocross rivalry that would convey top riders to Northern California. The main DDNMC race was held at Murray’s Ranch outside of Placerville in 1969. The race took its name from the Gold Rush days, when Placerville was known as “Hangtown”. This occasion pre-dates the AMA, and their professional Motocross title arrangement, however they are glad to in any case be stop #1 on the timetable and the main occasion to even now be controlled by a bike club. Forty years of inconceivable dashing has abandoned every one of us with a large group of recollections; from Bob “Tropical storm” Hannah to the current tip top. Ricky Carmichael’s wins here are the stuff of legend, and triumph here at Hangtown places you in organization with the best ever.

From humble beginnings this occasion has now developed into a true blue beast, with a huge number of dirtbike fans running to the region consistently to see the world’s best fight it out. The sparkling column of motocross head protectors will arrange in the sun this end of the week to commence the 2011 season, and Chad Reed is the safeguarding champ of the occasion. Falling off an extremely amazing Supercross season, Reed will be hard to beat. In any case, the huge young men James Stewart, Ryan Dungey, 2010 250cc champ Trey Canard and recently delegated 2011 Supercross champ Ryan Villopoto will all be out toward the front and hoping to begin off the year comfortable sacrosanct MX ground.

Everything begins this end of the week go and be a piece of the good times. Submerge yourself in the custom, the history and the HIGH SPEED DIRT! Situated in California, the climate is warm and the conditions are ideal for a Lucas Oil/AMA Pro Motocross Opener. For more data: