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Wanted to share a pretty new class a few others and I have started up.
This is heads up, Dot tire, no bar, foot shifted class.

So far we vary between a 10-15 bike field and looking to grow the numbers to a 25+ bike field. PMRA was been really good to us so far and has brought our class on as a full point class for the 2019 season.
Our requirements are very loose to participate- see attached:

So why you should come race with us:

Stock swing arm/wheel base guys:
There is a $50 purse up from NRHS for top qualifier out of stock swing arm racers for all races , aswell as the top points holder at the end of the season out of stock arm racers will receive a swing arm from Tony Dekergland built to their specs.

Modified guys:
We have a really tight class already, avg times are 9.8-10.2 in the 1/4. Class pay out is 75/25.

We are a street class. So no air/electric shifters, 70" max wheelbase, any cubic inch motor allowed, all makes and models as long as it's a vtwin.

Races are held majority in Tulsa and one race in Noble Oklahoma, so if you are in this region and looking for some of the best Harley racing going on in the area, come join us!


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Can a moderator please move this to the drag racing section, meant to post there.

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I suppose I should add some dates..

Race #3 - June 1st @ Tulsa
Race #4 July 13th @ Tulsa
Race #5 Sept 21st @ Noble
Race #6 October 19th @ Tulsa
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Good luck. Straight up, I don't get it with the no wheelie bar thing. Those are some fine looking bikes. It's safe to assume everyone of those riders has had one stand straight up on them. Why risk health or bike damage.
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Good luck. Straight up, I don't get it with the no wheelie bar thing. Those are some fine looking bikes. It's safe to assume everyone of those riders has had one stand straight up on them. Why risk health or bike damage.
1: it's a street class and you cant run wheelie bars on the street
2: it's an equalizer, wheelie bars prevent wheelies.. everytime. That is a major advantage over a guy without them. It removes that variable that is set to equalize the class and make it more about the rider.

Same goes for the air shifters and lock up clutches, have to leave on a hand controlled clutch and foot shift it make it much harder for a huge ci motor build to just dominate the class.
As well as the pro tree, just another equalizer.

And I personally just dont like wheelie bars lol

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