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Tuesday 2 April 2019

Roland Sands Design (RSD)

Get Ready to “Ride the Lightning” with the 2019 Super Hooligan National Championship

Los Alamitos, California based Roland Sands Design (RSD) is taking its Super Hooligan National Championship (SHNC) powered by Indian Motorcycle into a third full season for 2019.

Described as "the true north of the motorcycle culture, smashing the custom scene together with flat track racing on readily available and affordable street bikes of any make," the basic rules are simplicity itself - 750 cc and up production street bikes of any make with flat track tires in stock frames.
"The series' roots are built on bringing racing to the people in previously unheard of locations, in the middle of the city, on the coast or at key moto culture events across the country, promising a solid mix of current and new fans alike."
The 2019 SHNC season kicked-off at The One Pro Race at Salem Speedway, Oregon, in February, then moved on to the AFT at Daytona; next up is The Handbuilt Show at Austin, Texas, in April.

"This year’s calendar is a true melting pot of motorcycle racing and culture, from dirt to asphalt, ovals to TTs, core bike rallies to Pro American Flat Track races, and huge music festivals. Super Hooligan races make their way mid-season to the Moto Classic Events starting in Tulsa, Oklahoma, in June and the Moto Bay Classic in San Francisco in August. Moto Beach Classic featuring Super Hooligan racing will once again be joining the Surf City Blitz with the addition of an East Coast version in November. Super Hooligan is a party where a race breaks out!"
RSD recognizes that the SHNC would be nowhere without the efforts of the racers themselves, so says that for 2019 it has extended the contingency program to all racers, totaling $5,000 in payouts at every race. 

Roland Sands' Super Hooligan race series is set for a third full season as it takes the 'Moto Culture' message to new audiences

The J&P Cycles Amateur Hooligan class makes its debut this year, giving Rookie Hooligans and first- timers the opportunity to ride in front of the home town crowd, without the pressure of being on the track with more experienced riders. Points will be totaled, the top 3 will win J&P Cycles Gift Cards at each race, with a Champion crowned in the final round. Amateur Hooligan races will be run at all non-AFT events.
The SHNC series sponsors, who help make it all possible, include Indian Motorcycle as the Official Motorcycle sponsor of Super Hooligan and will be awarding the Super Hooligan Series Champion an Indian motorcycle.
Cash and contingency sponsors include Dunlop (Official Tire), K&N Engineering (Holeshot award), Bell Helmets, Motul, J&P Cycles, Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys, Wiseco Performance Parts and Rekluse.