Bell Powersports announces the second round of the 2021 Bell Brawl season, a first of its kind V-Twin specific motorcycle stunt contest series, in picturesque Springville Utah on Saturday, June 12, 2021, at Legends Motor Co. With four seasons now under its belt, the Bell Brawl stunt series continues to be at the forefront and the foundation, legitimizing progressive and professional V-Twin stunt riders in a competition platform. The Bell Brawl is invite-only, giving 20 highly talented stunt riders the opportunity to display their abilities in front of highly qualified judges, rewarding and compensating the best top five riders of the day. "We are extremely proud to be back and bigger than ever in 2021! We've increased the prize purse substantially, have some exciting up and coming new riders in the mix, and we are looking forward to rolling into Utah with a wide-open throttle." Brett Conley Brand Marketing manager for Bell Helmets says. "For fans who are not able to attend the event, be sure to tune in to the Instagram live feeds of Bell Helmets and Ride and Destroy for real time coverage of the action." The event will take place Saturday June 12th at 3:00pm at Legends Motor Co. located at 1715 West 500 South, Springville, Utah, 84663. Preliminary rounds for all invited riders will occur, then the field will be narrowed down to a final round of five, where the top honors will be determined by the panel of judges. "After such an amazing kick-off in San Diego, we couldn't be more excited to continue the 2021 season in Utah," stated Max Kuszaj of Ride Destroy.
"Legends Motor Co is a mind-blowing experience for anyone that enjoys two wheels. To have a Bell Brawl at this location is an honor." Highlights from the competition will be uploaded to all social media outlets.
The 2021 "Bell Brawl" at Legends Motor Co is supported by: Bell, Ride and Destroy, Legend Suspensions, Feuling Parts, and Lexin Moto. All event information and competition rules are available at: http://rideanddestroy.com/BellBrawl/
The Blind Lizard Motorcycle Club Rally is (was?) a Fathers Day tradition on Nicollet Island near downtown Minneapolis. I finally made it out to my first one in 2019. While there, I overheard it was going to officially be the last one but have no idea is that's true. It was a beautiful sunny day and had First Thursday at Dulono's Pizza vibes with a great mix of bikes lining the streets. I rode my Sportster which, looking back, really needed a new rear tire. Don't worry - I have since replaced it. Father's Day is June 20, 2021. Will there a Blind Lizard rally? I don't know.
Nearly 4 years ago, X Games was in town with flat track racing at Mall of America. I watched it from the stands with my kids. I took a ton a photos but the fence, low light, distance, and fast action was a bad combo. As a result I got a lot of photos of the fence in focus but very few decent ones of the riders. Oh well, it was still fun to watch in person. If you want the official results of the races, click this link. If you want to see the small handful of photos that were salvageable from the hundreds I took, keep scrolling.
"On Any Sunday is our favorite motorcycle movie of all time. We're celebrating the 50th anniversary of this iconic Bruce Brown film with a limited edition collection that includes two t-shirts, a flo-orange trucker hat and one super nice, silkscreened 18x24 hand-numbered poster. We are only printing one run of this stuff, so don't snooze!" -Biltwell Inc.