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Wind & Rain Cancels 22nd Annual Nitro Motorcycle Nationals

Wind & Rain Cancels 22nd Annual Nitro Motorcycle Nationals

  • Woodburn, OR
  • 31 August 2015

An unfortunate early winter storm blew away our chances of holding the 22nd Annual Nitro Motorcycle Nationals. Between heavy downpours of rain and blistering 30+ mph winds, there was no safe window to send motorcycles down the racetrack. We thank everyone who made the journey out looking for an exciting weekend. Make sure that you KEEP HOLD OF YOUR RECEIPT FROM THE FRONT ENTRANCE GATE, as that will be how we issue refunds from this weekend’s activities.

It is also our pleasure to announce that the nitro fuel bikes might be returning later in the season for a specialty appearance, with more information coming later in the year. Those additions will create a great atmosphere for racing, and we will look forward to seeing you then.

Photo by: Stephen Justice

Publication: WoodburnDragstrip.com


The Ray Price Motorsports team sends sincere thanks to all their sponsors for their support. They include our Primary Sponsors: Akea, Ray Price Harley-Davidson, with special thanks to our Associate Sponsor Raleigh H.O.G. and our Support Sponsors: Vanson Leathers, PJ1 Products, RC Components, CP Pistons, Barnett Clutches & Cables, Autolite Sparkplugs, Mickey Thompson Tires, Gates Belts, Nationwide Insurance, Brown & Miller Racing Solutions, JIMS USA, Industrial Machine Solutions, Wiley X, LAT Racing Oils and Nitrolube. Additional thanks: Bill Hayes, Hargis Consulting, Ultra Pro Machining and Freddie Robbins.

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