The Carnegie Classic Elevated Action Hill Climb October 8th and 9th.

imageOnline signups closed October 2nd. Factory, 700, and Trophy Bike Pro Class signups closed Sunday night and will NOT be available on site.

Factory Pro Stock, Over the Hill (50+) Pro, and all of the Sportsman Sunday classes will be available to register on site, but prices will go UP $10 on all onsite signups.

Below is Elevated Action sports link to online registration for both Pros and the Sportsman Sunday races. Feel free to message them with any questions!

“The Carnegie Classic, promoted by Elevated Action Sports, will be at Carnegie SVRA in Tracy on October 8-9th. A Fall round of hill climbing is a Carnegie tradition, as it celebrates the open sticker riding season, which allows people to ride the hills and watch all in the same day.”

“The gates for camping open up at 8 AM on Friday, October 7th. The remainder of that Friday will have an Open Practice on the hill, Movie Night on the Hill, and registration for Sportsman classes.”

“On Saturday, Pro racing starts early around 8 AM, and will feature the Factory (450cc extended bikes), 700 (0-700cc extended bikes), Trophy Bike (701cc-Open extended bikes, some upwards of 250 HP), Kids 0-51cc, and Junior Pro (0-250cc extended bikes, under 16) classes. Our Main Event is the featured event and starts at 3 PM on Saturday, which will feature Verticross of the Top-16 450cc riders and the coveted King of the Hill championship run off. After that show, CORVA will host a BBQ fundraiser dinner at 6:30 and with live performances by a local band and well-known motocross rider/rapper Feeki!”

“Sportsman Sunday will consist of amateur classes starting around 9 AM, with a Factory Stock (450cc Pro stock class) being run around 11 AM. Racing should end by 4 PM.”

“Weekend passes are $25/$15 for adults/kids 5-17 (respectively), and camping is $40 for the weekend.”

IRC Tire is the Title Sponsor of the Carnegie Classic and IRC makes the best hill climbing tire on the market. Elevated Action is excited to have IRC sponsored rider Max Simmons of Team UnLimited Racing battling others on the hill this weekend.

You can either bring your bike and race the hill or, like the multitudes of spectators at the bottom, watch all the action from a safe seat in the grandstand.

I got this information from Elevated Action Facebook page and copied a lot of it.

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1 Response to The Carnegie Classic Elevated Action Hill Climb October 8th and 9th.

  1. Robert Tweedy says:

    This event sounds like a lot of fun. Diana once took me to a trials race. We camped there and had two days of pure happiness. During the day they raced and refereed at different sections. I have very seldom ridden motorcycles. I learned how to there. I had so much fun riding trails going up the hills. During the late afternoon I crashed. So I went down to find Diana. She was actually going up the trail looking for me. She yelled “Where is my motorcycle” I told her I had crashed and sort of ended up in a tree. It was in a tree overlooking the gully. She rushed up and by the time I got up there she had the bike out of the tree and back on the trail. She seemed a little pissed off. In fact she told me to walk down the hill while she drove the bike. She never did ask if I was hurt. She just wanted her bike to be OK.
    I hope you all had a great time on October 8-9th at The Carnegie Classic. I know I would have.

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