The typical four-stroke sound of thunder was replaced by a cloud of burnt two-stroke pre-mix smoke during Saturday’s sold-out FMF Two-Stroke Revival Race.
Australian off-road racer Toby Price (left) and newly-signed Husqvarna 250 Supercross rider Zach Osborne (right) took part in this year’s A Day in the Dirt.
Roland Sands wiped the dust off an old air-cooled Husqvarna to compete in an exhibition race with the Hell on Wheels crew.
Bench racing by the fire is just as important as actually racing at A Day in the Dirt.
Saturday morning’s Vintage Grand Prix race saw a variety of machines including this ‘70s era Jawa-CZ.
Members of the Kurt Caselli foundation including Donny Emler Jr., Nancy and Carolyn Caselli raised over $40,000 for the foundation which helps promote safety awareness during sanctioned off-road motorcycle races.
Each year A Day in the Dirt celebrates the history of motorcycle racing by providing racing classes in which vintage and odd ball machinery can compete.
Red Bull hosted a party inside Glen Helen’s newly erected barn Saturday night.
Lars Lindstrom (No. 268), mechanic for Supercross and outdoor motocross champion Chad Reed took a break from Supercross testing to compete in Saturday morning’s vintage race.
The factory KTM off-road squad, including Ivan Ramirez and Taylor Robert, competed throughout the weekend, including Saturday’s Stunt GP team race.