Hardtails, soft tails, diggers, fat tyres, lowriders, springers, Z bars, ape hangers... It had to look like a chopper to be in this class. Factory custom bikes were in IRB. We had only the wildest chops in this race. Results for the top five are as follows:
Inappropriate Road Bike (IRB)
The class devised to get anyone and everyone racing. This group was for road bikes that didn't fit into other categories, but are anything but the ideal dirt track race bike. Vincent Black Shadow to Honda Monkey and anything in between. Results for the top five are as follows:
Trackers and scramblers that resemble race bikes, but are road legal. Can be custom built or straight from the factory, like a Ducati Scrambler. Results for the top five are as follows:
Simon (Birdie) Bird
Of course, women could enter any class they liked, but DirtQuake's Women's class is always popular. Whatever bike, any woman could enter this class. Results for the top five are as follows:
Vespa, Lambretta, pizza delivery, Honda Cub, auto or handshift. If it had little wheels and enclosed bodywork, this was the class. Results for the top five are as follows:
The DTRA's National Hooligan class is for modified bikes with a minimum of 2 cylinders, 750cc minimum & a stock main frame (subframes/seat rails can be modified). Indian Scout, Harley Sportster, Ducati & Scrambler are all popular Hooligan bikes. Top five are:
Our main partner, Harley-Davidson, invited guests to race matched 750 Street Rods. Results for the top five are as follows:
The above shows the top 5 race results in each category. To see the full results information for DQ this year, head here.
The Rider Regulations for DQ are available here.