RACE TWO REGISTRATION IS LIVE!

CLICK HERE TO READ ABOUT RACE ONE.

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER FOR RACE TWO.

PULLSTART RACING LEAGUE RACE TWO WILL TAKE PLACE SUNDAY, JUNE 9TH AT 11AM IN A PARKING LOT ON INDY’S NEAR SOUTHSIDE.

EVENTS WILL NOW INCLUDE BOTH ROAD COURSE AND DRAG RACE PROGRAMMING.

The Pullstart Racing League is a (now reocurring shit show) dream that began with minibike laps in a back yard, now brought to the Duke’s Honky Tonk parking lot pavement on Indy’s near Southside, just two miles south of Lucas Oil Stadium at 2352 S West St.

THIS IS DEFINITELY AN AMATEUR EVENT PUT ON BY A BUNCH OF AMATEURS. PLEASE KEEP THAT IN MIND.

Continuing the theme, we’re going with RUN WHAT YOU BRUNG minibikes, figuring out classes and races and all of that as we go. Our original plan was to put together a not-quite-spec adults-only league of similar minibikes in order to keep things fun and fair - but this isn’t really about winning or losing - it’s about getting your minibike out and riding around in circle with some likeminded folks.

the people

The Minibike Racing League was founded by Hoodcat Moto, a collection of like-minded bike-appreciative individuals from the worlds of beer, bbq, welding, telephone harassment software, shady supplement manufacturing, toilet fabrication, animal testing, and whatever prospects do.

 
 
 
 
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To get this thing going, we’re starting with a run-what-you-brung policy, later to be divided up in classes if necessary.

If you want to play fair (or you’re looking to buy something to get going), we’re starting with what we have: Mega-Moto-Style Minibikes powered by Harbor Freight Predator 6.5 HP (212cc) engines.

We’ve built a few of these bikes already and know what to expect - reasonable speed at a roughly $500 - $600 all-in price (if you’re buying new.)

Don’t have a predator-powered Mega-Moto? NO BIG DEAL. This is not a formal league - we’re just trying to get things started before we set any restrictions.

While not exactly the bikes we have linked on the left, they are close enought as far as we’re concerned.

While not exactly the bikes we have linked on the left, they are close enought as far as we’re concerned.

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We’ve secured space at an empty parking lot (behind Duke’s Honky-Tonk on the near southside) that will serve as an empty canvas for whatever track we can think up. The course will be laid out differently every week, complete with obstacles, ramps, rings of fire, etc.

This is Leguna Seca

This is Leguna Seca

Questions? Concerns? Hit me up via email.