Here are the race results from the wonderful weekend at Willow Springs. Congratulations to everyone.
Click one of the links below to download the results for that day.
Entry blanks for this years Oct 1-2 races at the Willow Springs 3/8 Mile doubleheader are available now. Please complete one for each day and mail with your entry fees. We had to increase our pit pass prices but we are giving a break for a two-day wristband.
One entry blank per race, please.
Save time and money by entering for the Willow Springs Doubleheader October 1 & 2 before the Pre-Entry cut-off date of September 25th!
The Pre-entry line at sign-ups gets you in the fastest!
No membership or member number required to enter. Heats line up by postmark date.
If you need help, or have questions or comments please call our Hotline at (661) 944-1184 leave message.
Memorial Day Weekend, Live Oak Camp, Santa Ynez, CA
Tucked away in the foothills above Santa Barbara, the Cachuma Lake Vintage British Motorcycle Rally was resurrected in 2015 after an eight year absence. 2016 was the second rally promoted by Eddie and Jodi Mulder. With the help of many and the loyal crowd of people that signed up to attend, the weekend turned into another fun, memorable event! Camping together, relishing the classic motorcycles, sharing memories and just plain having fun. This year there was a lot more great kids! One rode all the way to the rally on the back of his dad’s bike from Chicago, Il. He was glad to get to the rally and they won the “Longest Distance Traveled” (by bike) award Saturday night.
Friday night, Rallygoers shared a meal and mingled among friends old and new around the bonfire. Attendees picked their camp sites, pitched their tents, trailers or parked their RV and prepared for a full weekend of excitement. With 40 acres of our own private campground, there is no concern about being too close to your neighbor. Saturday morning began with a fresh buckaroo breakfast prepared the by the rally’s caterer, “Los Padres Outfitters”. The food they prepare is fit for a king! After breakfast Kimmie Gould kicked off the rally’s opening ceremony by singing the National Anthem while Eddie slowly raised the American flag to the top of the pole. This year the focus of the rally was to enjoy the camp and also have plenty of open time to ride. On the wall hung a huge map, prepared by Cozmic Joe, showing several interesting places to visit while out exploring. Four maps with routes highlighted to different places were set out on the table to guide riders. Campers took advantage of the Outfitters’ horses that they brought for trail rides. Many vintage bike owners jumped at the opportunity to test-ride one of the two new Triumph demo motorcycles provided by Triumph Motorcycles America, and still more hung at camp enjoying the company of their friends.
Another delicious meal was served for lunch and again folks were chatting and preparing for the bike show. Awards are given in several categories with the competing bikes lined up around the trunks of big oak trees in the shade. There were some magnificent pieces of machinery including many beautiful vintage Desert Sleds. Perhaps the oldest bike there, a 1927 Triumph sgl entered by James Kohls, won both the People’s Choice and the Pre – Unit first place medals. Best of show went to Craig Gebhauer with his 1972 BSA A65. Karl Krohn, longtime Triumph motor builder, took the Desert Sled category with a 1959 Triumph TR6. Eddie led a special rider’s parade around the campground following the bike show.
Following Saturday nights fabulous Los Padres Outfitters Tri Tip and Chicken BBQ dinner was the presentation of bike show awards, raffle and special recognition of others. Event sponsors Coventry Spares, Rabers Parts Mart, Digger Helm, Specialty Fabrications, JRC Engineering, Motion Pro, Ramspur Winery, British Customs, Banke Performance, Barnett Clutches and Cables, Triumph Motorcycles America, Maxima Racing Oils, Cozmic Joe, Johnny Outlaw, GT T-Shirtguys.com and more donated numerous memorable gifts for the raffle and necessary support for the event. Many thanks were offered to them and to the Los Padres Outfitters for the awesome hospitality. Show winners and supporters were presented with customized event plaques, and the Best of Show winner Craig Gebhauer was presented with a custom metal sculpture made by Cozmic Joe. Joe also presented Jodi Mulder with an ornate hook rack made of horseshoes and other metal for her horse tack. Cozmic also customized a rugged steel “Rabers” logo sign framed in a motorcycle chain for Bob Raber, the event Grand Marshall. Everybody went away with something cool from the nights festivities.
Sunday was the day for the Field Meets, hosted by Steve Ortiz, for both those on motorcycles and later in the afternoon for the kids. The contests are done solo or two up on metal steeds. They included hoops thrown over cones, can slalom course, bean bag toss, tennis ball on the cone, ride the plank, the “Slow” race and more. Each event was scored separately and putting your foot down was grounds for disqualification. Points were added together and the top contender was Randy Frint for the second year in a row. He easily won the “Slow” race and roosted Eddie at the finish. Following Frint in points was Matt Frey and James Kohls. In the kids events, Alexia Dunlavey took the top honors but all trophied. And, racer’s love to watch racing so a laptop was set up to watch the GNC Springfield Mile in the afternoon for those that cared to watch. Following the “Mexican Night Taco Bar” dinner Sunday night, the contest winners were honored with special event medals.
On display during this year’s Desert Sled celebration were two bikes ridden by Eddie Mulder. His original Desert Sled that won the 100 Mile National Championship Hare and Hound and Eddie’s newly restored Triple Crown winning Triumph Bonneville that will go to the Specialty Fabrications Motorcycle Museum in Simi Valley following this weekend’s event.
Monday morning the group shared a final farewell breakfast, wished each other well with safe travels until we meet again next year. The event date has changed for the 2017 event. Next year the Cachuma Lake Rally will take place during the weekend of June 2 – 4th.
Eddie, Jodi and all the event sponsors thanked everyone that came to share the weekend and encouraged all to share their event experiences with their friends. Next year the hope is to have even more families and children join in the fun.
Memorial Day Weekend, May 27 – May 30, 2016
A Salute to the “Desert Sled”
By Jodi Mulder
Photos by Checkered Flag Photos
Let the buzz begin about Memorial Day weekend and the Cachuma Lake Vintage British M/C Rally 2016! Head to the foothills above Santa Barbara, Ca for some of the world’s most classic motorcycles to be seen. Seen, ridden and contested on, that is. Four wonderful days of camping out at Live Oak Camp amid hundreds of Oak trees in our private campground south of Cachuma Lake. Three square meals, field meet, classic bike show, mapped rides, awards, t-shirts, giveaways and more await up to 250 enthusiasts from all over the country. This years’ Grand Marshal is Old Man Raber 😉 The Rally theme? A salute to the “Desert Sled”.
A spectacle of classic motorcycles, side-cars, vintage trailers and more with an eclectic mix of families, friends and locals continues on from Friday, as guests arrive, through Memorial Day’s send-off breakfast. Explore the surrounding mountains and wilderness with mapped rides for every discipline-street or dual-sport, tested by our fearless Cozmic Joe Filardi. Have fun participating in motorcycle games solo or two-up, competing for trophies. Cast your “Peoples Choice” ballot during one of the best Classic Motorcycle Shows assembled. Stay awhile to explore, shop and mingle in the quaint Dutch town of Solvang or take a ride to local watering holes like Cold Springs Tavern in the San Marcos Pass and the beautiful areas of Los Olivos and Santa Ynez.The possibilities are endless!
Camping is so relaxing under the large Oaks. Plenty of room to dry camp with modern showers and bathrooms. After dinner a nightly bonfire to gather around enjoying s’mores, talking of the days activities and friends made. Wake up to fresh coffee with cowboy breakfast following shortly afterwards. Los Padres Outfitters cooks up three square meals starting with Welcome dinner Friday and finishing with a send-off breakfast Monday, Memorial Day.
Chat up some of the experts in the business of vintage cycles in attendance like rally founder John Healy of Coventry Spares Ltd, Massachusetts, Bob Raber from Rabers Parts Mart San Jose, Ca or Eddie Mulder, the rally promoter, former factory Triumph racer, tuner, builder and restorer plus some of the many talented guests. The assemblage of experience is mind-blowing!
This years Rally Sponsors include: Coventry Spares, Ltd, Rabers Parts Mart, MotionPro, Specialty Fabrications Inc, Ramspur Winery, Barnett Clutches and Cables, Triumph North America, British Customs, Outlaw Johnny Promotions, EM, Ltd, and Cozmic Joe. Without their support this wouldn’t happen!
Entry is limited to the first 250 people registered by May 8, 2016. Ride in or just come camp-out. RV’s welcome-no hookups. Families and children are welcome.
More Magic from Mulder Willow Springs International Raceway Walt James Stadium
Eddie Mulder’s West Coast Dirt Track Series
October 3rd and 4th, 2015
The Eddie Mulder West Coast Dirt Track Series’ Willow Springs 3/8 mile DG cushion events have been a favorite for many throughout the years. A gathering, many refer to as a family reunion that brings out many riders looking forward to the big, fast, cushion track, endless bench racing and admiration of each others latest and greatest equipment. This weekend was exceptional!
Many of flat track racing’s heavy hitters and longtime supporters honored Eddie and the series by coming out to rub elbows and watch the competition on the track. Chris Agajanian and the new Ascot trailer, Motion Pro and British Customs were onsite showing and selling their wares. Storage Wars TV star Barry Weiss and legendary racer Sammy Tanner were seen wandering the pits as well.
Eddie has always put forth exemplary efforts to bring substantial purses to his events, especially to his end of season Willow Springs event. This year, thanks to the generosity of the series sponsors, Digger Helm, Terry and Nancy Otton of Ramspur Winery, Mark and Randy Zimmerman of Specialty Fabrications, Inc, Rod Lake and more, the October 3rd and 4th weekend paid the second largest purse in flat track history. More than $80,000 was awarded to riders in the Pro class, 250 Open and the 80cc class. Along with the money, West Coast Dirt Track Series medals and plaques were given out. At the awards ceremony, Eddie’s custom is to shower the attendees with gifts provided by other series sponsors, Triumph North America, Motion Pro, British Customs, Maxima Racing Oils, Chris Agajanian’s Ascot, Barnett Clutches and Cables, Brown’s Cycles, C&J Racing Frames, Coventry Spares, JRC Engineering, Penton Racing Products, Works Performance, Today’s Cycle Coverage, S&S Off Road magazine and more. The promo items excite everyone!!
The West Coast Dirt Track Series always draws some of the Nation’s top AMA GNC 1 and 2 riders and this event was no exception. In attendance were National #1 Jared Mees, Sammy Halbert, Henry Wiles, Rob “Bugs” Pearson, Chad Cose, the Bauman brothers, Kayl Kolkman, Jeffrey Carver and many more. Twenty eight Pro riders competed for a spot on the 14 rider grid in the main events Saturday and Sunday.
The track, thanks to Gary Ritchie, was magnificent! Resurrected after serious flooding this spring washed all the dirt and hay bales away, Ritchie worked a solid week to get it race ready for the weekend events. Ritchie also finished second behind Jay Height Saturday in the 500 support class.
Sunday’s program began by honoring three riders gone to the big track in the sky this year. A backwards lap rider’s parade saluting Don “Squatty” Surplus, a long time, very close friend of Eddie Mulder and #1 desert rider, Mike Gonzales, a West Coast Dirt Track Series Vintage 500 rider and good friend of Jeff Gonzales, and Jethro Halbert, National #69. Eddie carried the U.S. flag, riding between Sammy Halbert and Jeff Gonzales in their honor.
A few of the younger riders stand out as a result of their skill and tenacity on and off the track. At this event, youth riders Clayton Williams and James Alexander topped the youth 60cc, Open Amateur and 250 Open classes all weekend. Each of them topped the podium in at least one event both days. Williams finished first in 3 events crossing the finish line first in the Open Amateur A main and battling with Grant Holmes in the 250 Open Class both days, taking those wins. Holmes won the 80cc and Open Amateur B events Sunday. Travis Petton IV finished second both days in the 80cc class behind Zaden Flores on Saturday and Grant Holmes Sunday.
Jeff Lessley dominated the Modern 500 and Senior Vintage classes both days. Jim Ottele followed him to the checkers in second both days too. Canadian rider, D-Dan McDougal aboard his new Eddie Mulder built Triumph for the first time was proud to finish third behind Steve Craft and his good friend Jack Alexander both Saturday and Sunday in the Sr Novice/Super Sr class. Chris Rudy gave it his all both days competing head to head with Tom Horton in the Classic 500 brake-less class. Trading places several times on the track in their races both days, Horton finished first followed by Rudy and Cary Tanner. Former AMA Grand National rider, Kenny Netto, no longer rides very often but today he showed off his talent and speed leading another former AMA Grand National rider, Tom Horton, to the finish in the modern 250 class. Paul Herman got the Modern 750 hole shot and never gave up the lead both days. Behind him Robert Hansen and Lloyd McGregor battled for the second spot. The race finished Herman, McGregor and Hansen respectively each day and McDougal followed them in the fourth spot.
Twenty four riders showed up to compete in the Open Amateur class. The class was split into and A and B main events to accommodate them all and the riders ranged in age from up and coming youngsters in their teens to some of the veteran riders like Jack Jones and Bill Wright. The class also included Kenjiro Tsuji from Japan and female riders, Julia Rankin and Allison Stacey, both very talented in two wheeled competition. Clayton Williams rode in the front of the pack all six laps in the Open Amateur A main but Rankin who was in third the first lap got around Paul Ott to finish second. Ott finished third on Saturday but on Sunday he topped the podium followed by Williams and Dillon Allen who flew in from Idaho specifically for this event. Saturday’s Open Amateur B main gave veteran rider Jack Jones the chance to shine leading Michael Hill and Andrew Myers to the checkers.
Twenty eight pro riders came out for a chance at some of the big money. They rode heats, Semis and the fourteen rider main event. The top rider was taken from each heat to make the grid for the Specialty Fabrications Dash for Cash. Saturday’s heat winners Jeffrey Carver, Briar Bauman, Sammy Halbert and Jared Mees powered off the start and into turn one in the first lap led by Carver and followed by Halbert, Mees and Bauman. Carver never looked back twisting the throttle to a very happy victory aboard his Ron Wood Rotax and proudly took Mark Zimmerman for a victory lap. Sunday’s Dash was the largest single payout of the weekend with a Specialty Fabrications purse of $20,000. Sunday’s riders were Carver, Halbert, Mees and Chad Cose. Mees took the lead from the start with Halbert on his back wheel and Carver close in third. Halbert, not to be outdone by Mees took the lead on the back straight and finished first. Mees, Carver and Cose followed. Halbert has ridden with his brother, Jethro’s plate #69 since Jethro passed. To celebrate Sundays victory lap with Zimmerman, Sammy stopped and picked up Jethro’s son Caleb and he took the victory lap with them.
Jeffrey Carver was hot this weekend taking three big wins. His Ron Wood Rotax easily passed Mees in lap five and put him in position to compete wheel to wheel with Halbert trading places for the front twice in Saturday’s Ramspur Winery Open Pro main event. Carver rode with tenacity and skill setting the mark for the rest of the class. On Sunday in the Digger Helm Open pro main event, Carver took the lead from the start with Halbert and Mees following. Mees lost his face shield midway into the race riding the remainder with no shield finishing third. Jared Vanderkoi and Briar Bauman followed them to the finish. Standing on his bike to greet the crowd Carver was the happiest man in the house! Digger Helm was taken for, the last victory lap of the day, feeding his passion for flat track that he has had throughout most of his life.
As always the climax of each day was the award ceremonies where Eddie and Jodi Mulder honored Digger Helm, Mark and Randy Zimmerman, Rod Lake,Terry Otton and Gary Ritchie with plaques of appreciation for their contributions to the West Coast Dirt Track Series and flat track racing. Riders were paid and given well-earned medals and plaques with thank you speeches to all of their supporters and sponsors and sponsor gifts were bestowed on the crowd. The gift giving is always exciting!
Watch for news about the 2016 Eddie Mulder West Coast Dirt Track Series season on their web site www.EddiemuldersWCVDTS.com and on their Facebook page Eddie Mulder’s West Coast Dirt Track Series.
All systems are go for the Eddie Mulders West Coast Dirt Track Series doubleheader October 3-4. The water is available and we are going ahead with the event. Pre-entry forms are posted for printing, completing and mailing in with your entry fees. One for each day please. If you need assistance, please call the hotline 661-944-1184 and leave a message so I can call you back. Pre-entering saves money and time at registration so you can get in the pits faster and get your spot! Pre-entry cutoff is Sept 27th. Heats are lined up by postmark date. Pros draw for heat positions at sign-ups but still save money by pre-entering! Membership numbers are no longer required to enter.
We are getting questions about the pro purse payouts. Here is a rough breakdown of how we will be doing it. Note! This is subject to change! Saturday Oct 3: Specialty Fabrications Dash-4-Cash is $10,000. We usually take the top 2 from each heat and pay all places so how many depends on how many heats. !st place gets about 35% and last place 5%. The Ramspur Winery Open Pro purse Saturday is $15,000. Willow can take 14 riders for the main event but again it depends on how many heats and semis. We pay the top 10 finishers:
Sundays Specialty Fabrications D-4-C is $20,000 and the Digger Helm Open Pro purse is $30,000. Percentages are the same.
Note! If you are from out-of-state (non-California) we take 9% state taxes from your winnings after the first $1,000 earned and all pros must complete a W-9 form with your tax ID# or Social Security number upon entering. No exceptions so have that info when you sign up please!
Eddie is looking to get some purse money together if we have a bunch of pro racers to run a “B” Main Sunday only. It won’t be nearly as much as for the regular mains but at least it will be something for those who don’t make the main. We will have more info on that come race weekend. Please remember this is subject to change!
Pit passes are $20 per day for all non-riders, we have two-day wristbands for $40 to avoid hassles. Kids 12 and under are free. Willow Springs charges $10 per person to get through the front gate. Consider this your camping fee 🙂 their wristband is good all weekend but you need a WCDTS pit pass to enter our event. Friday camping is available until 6pm then we lock the gates and pit gates open both Sat and Sun at 8am to get in. Registration is from 8-10am. Practice starts at 10:30 am after the riders meeting and races start at 12pm noon both days.
If you have any questions please call the Hotline at 661-944-1184.
Please Pre-enter if you can, it makes things SO much easier for you and us 🙂 Thanks!! Click to Download the Entry Forms Today
The total purse was raised to $75,000 on August 18, with an additional contribution from Terry and Nancy Otton/Ramspur Winery of $15K for the Digger Helm/Ramspur Winery Pro Main Events. Eddie is still waiting to hear about the water approval.
MANY THANKS TO OUR SPONSORS – Specialty Fabrications, Digger Helm, Terry and Nancy Otton, Barnett Clutches and Cables, Motion Pro, Rod Lake Racing, Brown’s Cycles, C&J Racing Frames, Coventry Spares, JRC Engineering, K&N Filters, Maxima Racing OIls, Penton Racing Products, S&S Offroad, Today’s Cycle Coverage, Tuff Plates, Works Performance and more.
Eddie Mulder is excited to announce $30,000+ for the Digger Helm/Ramspur Winery Pro Main Purse at Willow Springs October 3rd and 4th. That’s $30k for the Specialty Fabrications Dash for cash and $30k+ for the Pro Main. Thank you to Digger Helm for the first Pro Purse contribution of $30,0000! And to Mark and Randy Zmmmerman of Specialty Fabrications! Eddie is anxiously waiting to get approval for water from Governor Brown for track prep.
The rise of the Cachuma Lake Phoenix
Live Oak Campground, Cachuma Lake, CA
Memorial Day weekend 2015
Making the long trek from just south of Lake Tahoe to the Cachuma Lake Live Oak Campground, this journalist was pleased to finally arrive at the Vintage British Bike Rally at Lake Cachuma north of Santa Barbara. After an eight year hiatus, like a phoenix, so well coined by Cozmic Joe, the metal sculptor, the rally rose once again to be a weekend of greatness. With some one hundred and fifty participants aboard bikes of many ages old and new everyone had a wonderful time enjoying the weekend celebration.
In attendance, to open the event on Saturday morning with Eddie Mulder was long time event organizer Donna Mulrean who read the “In Flander’s Field” poem of deep appreciation for the veterans through the years that gave so much of themselves for all to enjoy the freedom of weekends and life like this in the United States and elsewhere. Kimberly Gould sang The Star Spangled Banner while Eddie Mulder raised the stars and stripes on the flag pole and everyone wore remembrance red poppies that were donated by the Veterans Association to commemorate the men and woman that lost their lives serving in the military inspired by the world war 1 poem read by Donna. The meaning of the red poppy is recognized in the U.S., parts of the former British Empire, the United Kingdom, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Also joining the day’s events were long time West Coast Dirt Track Series and now Cachuma Lake event sponsors, Mark and Susan Zimmerman, Randy and Lynne Zimmerman, John and Susan Healy of Coventry spares and original founder of the rally in 1989, and Digger Helm, Jason and Matt from British Customs, builders of the Eddie Mulder Pike’s Peak Triumph and Bob Raber of Raber’s Parts Mart. Raber and a group of about ten riders rode in from San Jose aboard their bikes. Ramspur Winery, Terry and Nancy Otton and Motion Pro other long time WCDTS supporters also offered sponsorship for the Lake Cachuma Rally and provided gifts that were handed out during the evening events. The BSA Nor Cal Club was represented at the rally by Don Danmeier.
The campground, dotted with beautiful oaks and usually a mecca of beautiful green grass, was lacking any grass due to the California water shortage. Bill and Marla Getty of JRC Engineering chalked the course and organized games on motorcycles called a field meet. One up or two up, the competition was fierce maneuvering weighted down cans for the slalom course, collecting the straws in the bottles, tossing bean bags into a tire, a spoon race carrying a waffle ball the entire length the course on a spoon without it falling off, and an exciting slow race with a two hundred dollar purse. The rules were only that the rider could not put a foot down on the ground during their challenge to avoid elimination. Points were gathered throughout the competition that would be tallied for the evening award program.
Beautiful motorcycles adorned many camp spots including many that dated back to the very early 1900’s and had been ridden from destinations far north and south to join the rally. Saturday afternoon many enjoyed riding their iron horses on one of the four self-guided rides with maps courtesy of Ride Central coordinator Cozmic Joe Filardi, tours mapped out to see the sights around the area. Saturday evening everyone joined together for a meal of BBQ tri tip, beans, salad, corn on the cob, cupcakes and all the other goodies of a great meal prepared and catered by the Los Padres Outfitters. The Outfitters prepared 3 delicious meals each day for the group. A wonderful award presentation took place following the meal. Eddie Mulder and John Healy of Coventry Spares and publisher of the “Vintage Bike” magazine who traveled with his wife Susan from Massachusetts to join the rally led the presentation. Many gifts donated by Raber’s Parts Mart, Coventry Spares, JRC Engineering, Triumph of No America, Barnett and Motion Pro were given to the rally participants. By Sunday evening most everyone had received a gift that included, parts, autographed event T shirts, other rT Shirts, Cups, water bottles, books and so much more. Winners of the morning field meets for both the adults and the children were recognized individually with medals and some ribbing from Eddie, John and the other participants. Being a family affair, the children ran the same course challenges on their bicycles as the adults did on motorcycles.
After a pancake breakfast Sunday morning the group of 97 bikes headed out on a ride into Solvang, a lovely small Danish town to visit the Solvang Vintage Motorcycle Museum that houses some outstanding two wheeled motorcycles and a world of motorcycle history. Each bike is displayed with a placard of available information relative to that machine and its history. Included were several custom one of a kind, proto types, and first edition motorcycles from the United States, Europe, Japan and other countries. A building full of exceptional equipment built for transportation, competition, dirt tracks, ice racing, road racing and much more; eye candy to those that have a passion for motorcycles and their history.
Back at the campground John Healy was orchestrating the placement of bikes around and under the oak trees for the upcoming afternoon bike show. Judging would be done in several categories that included Competition, Unit Construction, Pre Unit Construction, Custom, Committees Choice, Best in Show and People’s Choice. Again after dinner another award presentation was held to honor the winners of the bike show. The People’s Choice award, chosen by all of the rally participants was awarded to Nathan Matteson for his 1950 Triumph 6T Thunderbird, Best of Show for a 1939 Ariel Square 4 was awarded to Ralph Nevarez. The Best of Show winning bike belonged to Ralph’s father for many years, was handed down to an uncle and many years later handed down to Ralph. Ralph was awarded with a custom made, hand sculpted, one of a kind work of art created by Cozmic Joe. Other class awards were: Unit Construction to Alexia Dunlavey for a 1967 Triumph TR6, Pre Unit Construction to Craig Fontaine for a 1956 BSA, Competition to Greg McBride for a 1949 Vincent Black Shadow, Custom to Bob Ferry for a 1960 BSA Gold Star and the Committee Choice winner was a 1963 Matchless G12 awarded to it’s owner Chris Smith.
Cozmic Joe also created a 3 foot sculpture with the initials JB and “Cubman” formed from motorcycle parts and chain to honor the efforts of Johnny Brown. Brown was a scrambles rider when he was young. As the result of an accident at the age of 18 he was paralyzed from the waist down however, that didn’t slow him down much. He owns 200 plus Triumph Cubs and was the initiator of the 2015 Vintage British Motorcycle Rally, obtaining the permit and gathering the help of Eddie, Jodi and others to make it happen. Brown has never missed a rally at Lake Cachuma.
At the end of the night on Sunday the group was asked if they would like to do it again in 2016. An unanimous “Yes” was echoed from the crowd and the call was made at the start of the day when business resumed on Tuesday to request a reservation for the 2016 Vintage British Bike Rally. As of this writing the request had not yet been answered.
Both entry blanks for the two Fall races are now available to print, complete, sign and mail in with entry fees to Pre-enter.
One entry blank per race, please.
Save time and money by entering for the Willow Springs doubleheader October 3 – 4 before the cut-off date of September 27th!
The Pre-entry line at sign-ups gets you in the fastest!
No membership or member number required to enter. Heats line up by postmark date.
If you need help, or have questions or comments please call our Hotline at (661)944-1184 leave message.