Thanksgiving weekend 2020. We gathered, kept our distance, and watched some fun racing at Day in the Dirt with our friends from Fasthouse.
What started as a one-day event in 1998 has turned into a highly anticipated weekend-long event for die hard moto fans and spectators. Every year, we have the best time chilling with family, making new friends and sometimes we race.
Take a peek at the recap of the 23rd annual event featuring Fasthouse rider, Tyler Bereman.
— Tyler Bereman
I LOOK FORWARD TO A DAY IN THE DIRT EVERY YEAR. GOOD TIMES, COLD BEER, AND RACING DIRT BIKES.
This year felt some-what close to normal, but without spectators. Everyone had to observe the new rules during the pandemic so we could still race. The layout of the days remained the same though; racers were focused and ready for a good weekend full of dirt and wind.
Whether you are a beginner, a vet, or a pro, there is a class for you at Day In The Dirt. The three-day event includes races from the SoCal Reunion Race, Hell on Wheels Scramble, to the XR100 World Championships presented by 805 Beer. It all leads up the grand finale of the Coup de Grace Survival Race. This year’s winner was a repeat from 2019, RJ Wageman. Congrats to you along with all the other winners from the weekend.
Watch a recap from Day in the Dirt 2020 on our YouTube channel.
View complete results here: https://speedhive.mylaps.com/events/1828858
As usual, Kenny and the entire Fasthouse crew put on one hell of an event that brings all walks of life together for the love of racing. This event creates a collective mentality of support, playful rivalries, and kicking back with your buddies over some cold beers.
Can’t wait for Day In The Dirt 24!