VRRA race season happened to also be the 50th anniversary of the only Canadian GP race. The Vintage Festival usually brings in big crowds and large race grids, with a lot of US racers making the trek up to race on this famous track. With this event being the 50th anniversary of the Canadian GP in 1967, it made for a super busy and crowded race track at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park.
Round 2 of the VRRA season found Slowcocks Racing at the beautiful Calabogie Motorsports Park. A racing facility that is known for being one of the premier racing surfaces in all of North America.
On June 11 we were stoked to hold the Grand Prix de Mud with Lawrence Hacking and Husqvarna Canada! Weather was great and we had a solid turnout of riders running all sorts of different machines.
I was really fortunate to visit Japan again a couple of weeks ago. To make it all worthwhile, I rented a 2017 Honda CB1100RS and took off ripping around the mountains for three days. Though it was a rather short stay, it was probably the raddest thing I've experienced in awhile.
We're happy to have it in the window especially after seeing him take the VRRA P2 Heavyweight championship on his Yamando this past year.
Ripple Rock Racers built the bike that was in our window in November. It has a lot of nice features and his classic exhausts he's been designing for the Honda CB's. Below are his words describing the build!