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Vintage Iron World MX Championships June 26-29

The sixth annual Vintage Iron World Championships are set to run June 26 – 29 at Glen Helen Raceway in San Bernardino CA.



Thursday – June 26 is an open practice/test/tune session, presented by Sudco, on Glen Helen’s vintage track, which is the site of the first 125 National back when the facility was known as Arroyo Cycle Park.



Friday – June 27 will be the Vintage Iron Motocross School with special guest instructor and multi-time National Champion Rick Johnson. A full day of instruction from one of the best!



Saturday – June 28 will kick off the first of two days of racing with a focus on the Vintage (Pre 1975) machines. Included in the competition will be many of the sport’s former stars and champions like Johnson, Broc Glover, Marty Moates, Tom Benolkin, Warren Reid, Ron Lechien, Gary Jones, Micky Dymond, Jim Holley and others.



A special feature returning this year is the Parts Unlimited Dealer Challenge that will pit various area dealers against one another in a duel for bragging rights.



AMA Championship Side-car motocross series will also be included in the day’s format and is always exciting and entertaining.



As with previous years there will be a vintage bike show with awards presented in various categories.



For the first time there will be a Dirt Bike Only swap meet open to bikes, parts and apparel for all eras from vintage to modern.



The Hinson Party with the Stars BBQ will follow up the day’s activities, allowing riders and fans alike a chance to mix, mingle and enjoy some great food.



Wildcat studios will be presenting a special viewing of the icon motion picture “On Any Sunday”.



Sunday – June 29 will be on the Evolution (Post 1975) machines and riders with a Vintage support class also being offered.



A staple of the Vintage Iron World Championships has been the Motocross des Nations race that allows visiting riders an opportunity to represent their country, their state or even their zip code in a three man team race. Some teams ride it for the fun of being involved while others are in it for the win. Either way the Motocross des Nations race is one not to be missed.



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