Pro Stock drag racer Chris Rivas turns his attention from the quarter-mile to all out top speeds, racing the world’s fastest bagger on the Bonneville Salt Flats. Read the full story in Salt Addiction World’s Fastest Bagger – Chris Rivas.
- Chris’s first pro stock bike being hand built in his garage.
- Chicago NHRA victory, 2008.
- Staging for first run at Bonneville Speed Week 2009. Daughter Cayla is to his left.
- On the drag strip at an NHRA national, or on the salt flats competing for the title “World’s Fastest Bagger”, Chris Rivas is still the man to beat.
- At the end of their first speed trials (Speed Week 2009) Chris and his team set two new records: 3000cc mps-pg @ 152.197 mph, and 3000cc aps-pg @ 159.620 mph. That’s his dad Ruben, on the left.
- 2004 professional debut in Phoenix.
- 2005 Mohegan Sun Pro Stock Bike, first burn out.
- Pitting out of the team Drag Specialties race rig at Pomona.
- Chris making a few adjustments to the EFI in the staging lanes before a run. Pomona
- ESPN captures the intensity at the start of Chris’s run. Pomona
- The crew leaps with excitement after Chris’s win at Pomona.
- Chris and Linda (his wife) pause for a photo before getting busy chasing another NHRA victory.
- First professional win in Chicago. 2008
- This is the 2000 Sportster in race form that brought Chris the 2003 championship.