When it comes to flat-track racing in the Pacific Northwest, there is no company like See See Motor Coffee. From the One Show to what is now called The Wild One (formerly Dirt Quake), See See has earned the reputation as a freewheeling host of good times, and attendees know they’re in for some rowdy fun whenever heading to a See See event.
The Wild One aims to be a spot for bikes that would normally have no place on a racetrack to get out on the dirt and bang some bars. From the looks of it, they were quite successful.
Race Classes (in their words):
- Chopper: For choppers! Not factory customs or baggers, just choppers.
- Street Tracker/Street Scrambler: Road-legal street trackers and scramblers, not racebikes or modern enduros.
- Inappropriate Road Bike: Harley Fat Boys, Trail 90s, Ducati Panigales, virtually any road bike. If it shouldn't be on a dirt track, it's in.
- Lady: Women racers on any of the above bikes (not real racebikes, please). Women can enter any other class if they prefer.
- Tripod: Three-wheelers (and snowmobiles, of course).
- Minibike: Pull-start ’Taco style and three-speed autos only.
- Hooligan: 750-plus-cc multi-cylinder beasts.
And as if all the flat-track racing wasn’t enough, a jump contest kicked things up a few notches. Jordan Graham pulled a heel-clicker on his Indian Scout and the other racers fought to one-up him. Maybe The Wild One TT is somewhere in See See’s future?
Check the1moto.com for more information on events from this rowdy crew.