Fox’s Sidehack BMX Race Of Death at Fox Headquarters in Irvine, California
Two years ago on the inaugural Cali Rally, epic crashes, brutal slams, and face melting lap times made the Haro BMX Race one of the most memorable challenges the Cali Rally teams ever faced. This year, we doubled the danger factor by adding a sidecar to a standard BMX bike transforming them into a “Sidehack”, and forced the racers to battle it out on a tight, fast, and evil miniature BMX track at Fox Racing headquarters. Teams raced and battled until only one team stood on the podium. Battered and bloody, but with a 1,000 Cali Rally points in their pocket and a trophy that will complete any man’s mantle, team Rusty proved victorious.
What the hell is the Cali Rally? Click HERE to find get some background on this twisted scavenger hunt style race from San Diego to Santa Cruz…
The TransWorld SURF Cali Rally is an annual scavenger hunt style race from San Diego to Santa Cruz. Featuring four teams of four surfers, each team gets a list of “challenges” that they must complete to earn points that go towards their overall Cali Rally point total. Along the way, teams must compete in four “Checkpoint Challenges” that range from shirtless paintball wars to tandem BMX races. Checkpoint Challenges are worth 1,000 points each. Extra points are awarded at the discretion of TransWorld SURF and can be earned for various feats including broken bones, heroic acts of courage, and making out with old ladies. Previous winning teams include Analog (2009) and Billabong (2008).
Follow all the 2010 Cali Rally shenanigans at surf.transworld.net/cali-rally