It feels good to be home after a 6,200+ mile round trip for round 3 of the Super Hooligan National Championship. The race took place in conjunction with American Flat Track at Dixie Speedway in Woodstock, Georgia, on March 25th. Pretty crazy to think I drove coast to coast for a 1 night race, but I'm determined to win this Super Hooligan championship!
Fortunately for me, my buddy Jimmy Hill wanted to race there, so I convinced him to tag along with me since I was swinging through California on my way to Georgia anyways. Driving solo would've sucked big time. I've known Jimmy for a year through a mutual sponsor of ours, See See Motor Coffee Co, and we just did a bunch of riding on the Alta electric dirt bikes during The One Motorcycle Show last February. I grabbed him Monday the 20th, loaded his bike in my van and hit the road.
We weren't in a huge rush to get to Georgia. If we focused hard enough and didn't stop to play, we could've made the cross country journey in under 3 days. But since we had time to spare, we took our time and made the most of the trek. On our way to Georgia, we stopped a a skatepark in Albuquerque, New Mexico, as well as a skatepark in Little Rock, Arkansas. I used to skateboard pretty well, and Jimmy still skates well, so that was a good time shredding some parks to break up the drive! We also stopped at Cadillac Ranch in Amarillo, Texas, to add our mark on the buried cars sticking out of the field. Our last stop was just outside Georgia at Barber Motorsports Park in Leeds, Alabama. I took Jimmy to the famous vintage museum there which was a great time too.