Earlier this month motorcycle racing returned to Southern California’s Catalina Island after a 52-year hiatus in what was dubbed the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix. For more information on what went down check out the 2010 Red Bull Catalina GP Saturday Results, 2010 Red Bull Catalina GP Sunday Results and 2010 Red Bull Catalina GP Event Report. Check out a few of our favorite photos from the lens of ace photographers Garth Milan and Simon Cudby.
Kendall Norman rides on the fire road section of the course overlooking Avalon during the Pro Race of the Red Bull Catalina GP. Norman went on to win the race.
Gary Woodling (170), Michael Fontanarosa (155) and Jon Munns (188) ride though downtown Avalon during the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix parade lap.
Racers take to the course during the Red Bull Catalina GP on Catalina Island. This was the first time the race had been run in 52 years.
Travis Pastrana clears a mud hole on the course during the Red Bull Catalina GP on Catalina Island. This was the first time the race had been run in 52 years.
Motorcycle racing returned to Catalina Island in Southern California after a 52-year hiatus.
Travis Pastrana raced the pro class however his motorcycle broke down in the race.
The track was a 6-mile loop that went across a variety of different terrain.
Kendall Norman celebrates winning the Pro Race during the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix.
Mike Pera races his vintage motorcycle on Catalina Island during the first race of the Red Bull Catalina Grand Prix.
Kendall Norman blows up a berm on his Honda CRF450X dirt bike.