Working out of a shop in Anaheim, CA, Hell on Wheels (as the websites says) is born from an interest in riding, turned into a hobby while always fixing, introduced to racing, evolved into a love, grew into a talent, others started to rely on their service as a need, and has been a job ever since. I’m sure it could be classified as more of a passion than a mere job, as Meatball and crew can sure rally the troops for a good time.
Having nailed the Moto Rally and Pinup Pageant events, they’ve added a flat track night to the calendar. Classes ranged from mini bikes and brakeless to modern and run whatcha brung. Many racers brought multiple entries and the competition was on the fierce side.
On hand to support the event were contingents from BA Moto, British Customs, Deus, Von Zipper, De Palma, Lucky 13, Burly Brand and of course Hell on Wheels themselves with their jailbird jerseys and special pricing on lids from event sponsor Bell Helmets.
Watch out for the Halloween Hillclimb this October. If you’re any kind of vintage moto fan it’ll be the place to be. More info will be shared at http://hellonwheelsmc.blogspot.com.