Art and Ink Tattoo Festival at the South Point Hotel & Casino August 8th-10

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Hart and Huntington Las vegas will be represented at the upcoming Art and Ink Tattoo Festival at the South Point Hotel & Casino August 8th-10, book your appointments with any one of our attending artist online or by calling the shop at (702) 216-5360. Ryan Jenkins Tattoo Tee John Graefe Jaclyn Greb

Sunday Conversation with Ryan Beat

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We sat down with new Team Owner Ryan Beat of Ryan Beat MotorSports and found out how it is being a team owner and how the new season is going!

So we’re midway through your first season as a team owner. How’s it been?
* My first year as a team owner has been a great learning experience and a lot of fun. I am really enjoying it.

What’s been the hardest thing to get used to as a team owner?
* The Hardest thing to get used to as a team owner is the amount of responsibility i have now. Its not just about driving now its about making sure the whole package and a team runs perfectly. I don’t want a joke of a team, i am very motivated to be a successful professional race team.

How’s the truck been running so far this year? And how was it telling your sponsors your starting your own Team?
* The truck is coming along, we built a new truck during this offseason and have been getting better every week. Telling my sponsors i was starting my own team was very nerve racking at first but once i saw how happy and supportive everyone was to the idea it became very clear that this is what they wanted all along.

Glen Helen is right around the corner, do you consider this your home course, and do you like racing under the lights.
* With Glen Helen being the next race I consider it one of my home tracks. I do love racing under the lights but i can’t stand glen helen it is by far the worst track on the circuit.

How’d that double podium feel being a owner last month in Utah?
* Double podium felt awesome it was good to get back up on the box. Now i got t ball rolling i hoping to score a few more.

We heard you got to do a little drifting for the new Fast and Furious movie! How was that?
* It was awesome to get to be apart of the new fast and furious movie. I got to do a drift scene in my actual race truck, so hopefully they use that clip haha.

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THE EVOLUTION OF CAREY HART

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Depending on who you are, the name Carey Hart can mean many different things. Privateer Supercross racer, freestyle innovator, tattoo shop owner, reality TV star, Pink’s husband, race team owner…the list goes on and on. We’ve been friends with Carey since the near beginning, when he was a struggling privateer riding a Kawasaki KX250 and wearing Fleshgear baggies. Seeing him evolve into one of the most important men in the sport has been a pleasure, and we jumped at the chance to catch up with Hart Luck and reminisce at the 2015 Suzuki RM-Z450 intro held earlier in the week. Enjoy!

http://motocross.transworld.net/1000164806/news/evolution-carey-hart/

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Hart may be “retired,” but his name still carries plenty of weight in motocross. As such, he is featured heavily in Fox Racing’s new MX15 media packet.
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Hart and Huntington Present Main Event, We Gave It Hell and Audiovibe, & Crash Kit

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Hart & Huntington Present
MAIN EVENT
feat Mike Mason (X Game Gold Medal Winner )
with We Gave It Hell and Audiovibe, Crash Kit

Free tix available online at

http://www.ticketfly.com/event/638249

or $5 cover at the door

Doors 8pm. Show 21+

RCH H&H & Suzuki bring you Soaring Eagle MX Event

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1) August 30, Saturday night racing with three classes: Pro, Vet Pro and SuperMini.
2) August 30, Saturday amateur racing with classes for ages 18 & Up only. Bikes only. Plus an optional practice on Friday the 29th.

eScore transponder scoring for all classes. Racers can use their own, or rent from eScore for $15.
These are the same transponders used for the Loretta Lynn’s MX program.

Valid AMA or GLMX membership needed to race.
Need to join? You can do that at registration.
AMA full membership = $49; weekend membership = $20.
GLMX full membership = $20; weekend membership = $5.

NO PIT VEHICLES. You won’t need them; pits are located right next to the track.
1) Saturday Night Program:

Each class will have heat races and a final. Payback and awards for the final race in each class only. Racers will need to bring social security card and complete a W9 form at registration.

Pro Class. Riders age 18 & up. Open to Pro, ProAm and A riders. *PROOF OF CLASSIFICATION REQUIRED! We can look up AMA classification online. If you are not classified with AMA, bring a district card that shows your classification, or give us results to look up online for verification. Entry fee $100.

Payback (check paid directly to racer):
1. $10,000
2. $8,000
3. $6,000
4. $4,000
5. $3,000
6. $2,250
7. $1,500
8. $1,000
9. $750
10. $500
Vet Pro Class. Riders age 30 & up. Open to Pro, ProAm and A riders. *PROOF OF CLASSIFICATION REQUIRED! See above. If you race Vet B or B/C classes, you are not eligible. Entry fee $50.

Payback (check paid directly to racer):
1. $800
2. $650
3. $550
4. $450
5. $350
6. $250
7. $175
8. $150
9. $125
10. $100

SuperMini. Riders age 12-16. 79-112cc 2-stroke, 75-150cc 4-stroke; max. front wheel 19″, max. rear wheel 16″; max. wheelbase 51″. Entry fee $40.

Payback (check paid to motorcycle dealer of racer’s choice):
1. $500
2. $375
3. $250
4. $200
5. $175
6. $150
7. $125
8. $100
9. $75
10. $50
2) Amateur Program:

The race is part of the five-race Racer X Vet Series, which counts the best four out of five rounds. More series info can be found at mxvets.com. Traditional 2-moto race format. If qualifiers are needed in a class, they counts as the first moto finish.

Friday practice (optional); $25/group. Friday practice groups:

GROUP CLASSES
1
25+ C, 35+ C, 45+ C, 30+ B, 45+ B
2
18+ A, 30+ A, 40+ A, 18+ B
3
35+ B, 50+ B, 30+ C, 40+ C
4
25+ A, 35+ A, 45+ A, 25+ B
5
40+ B, 50+ A, 55+, 60+, Women
Saturday practice and racing for the following classes:

18+ A 18+ B/C 18+ Women*
25+ A 25+ B/C 25+ Novice*
30+ A 30+ B/C 30+ Novice*
35+ A 35+ B/C 35+ Novice*
40+ A 40+ B/C 40+ Novice*
45+ A 45+ B/C 45+ Novice*
50+ A 50+ B/C
55+ 60+
* Not a series points-paying clas

Awards for the top ten in all non-A classes. Cash (check) payback in the A classes.
*Top 15 in each class also get $25 casino cash!
Gate and Sign up Info

Camping is available Friday and Saturday nights in the pits at no charge for racers only.
Gate will be closed after the races Saturday night. Racers are welcome to stay; gates will be closed for entry.

Friday gate hours: 9am until midnight. Friday gate fee is $20 (ages 12 & up). Friday night gate fee $15 (price changes at 6pm).

Saturday gate hours: 6am – 8pm. Saturday gate fee $10.

eScore transponder scoring for all classes. Racers can use their own, or rent from eScore for $15. (Same transponders used for the Loretta Lynn’s MX program.)

Thursday night early registration at the casino, 7-9pm.
Friday signup at the track at 10am, practice from 1:00-5:00pm.
You can sign up for Friday practice and Saturday race at the same time.

Saturday sign up re-opens at 7am, practice at 8am and racing by 9:30 or 10:00 am.
Race fee is $30 for B and C classes; $35 for A classes. A class racers: bring social security card; you’ll need to complete a W9 form at registration.

We recognize your classification with AMA, GLMX, District 14 and/or your home district or racing organization.
(If you ride A at home, you can’t drop down to B or C at the VetFest!)

Valid/current AMA or GLMX membership needed to race.
Need to join? You can do that at registration.
AMA full membership = $49; weekend membership = $20.
GLMX full membership = $20; weekend membership = $5.

Hart and Huntington Presents Ink Saturdays at The Ainsworth

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Hart and Huntington LV presents #INKsaturdays in affiliation with Good Fellas Tattoo and Steve Soto Tattoo for a Tattoo Instructional Seminar August 9th-4pm at #TheAinsworth inside Hard Rock Hotel LV The $250 package includes complementary Cold Cock Whiskey #Goodfellas DVD and Tee Shirt, H&H Ashtray and Shot-Glass with Sullen Clothing Snapback Hat, Lanyard and Sticker Pack. After Party hosted by Ryan Jenkins Tattoo of #HHtattooLV and #SteveSoto Doors at 10pm, bottle service reservations available by calling (702) 743-0406 We’ll see you there! #hardrockhotel Bomb Shell Tattoo Removal #coldcockwhiskey #sullenartcollective #djFader

RCH Racing takes on Washougal MX

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That’s a wrap Washougal MX! Weston rode a solid 7-6 for 6th overall today. The track was rough and he rode like a beast. Many thanks to our sponsors Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort Suzuki Fox Racing Sycuan Casino Dodge Bel-Ray Company, Inc. for all the support

Ivan Tedesco Retires From Racing On His Terms

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San Diego, CA (July 25, 2014) – “It has been a roller coaster since I started racing pro at the end of 1999 at Millville,” says veteran racer Ivan “Hot Sauce” Tedesco in announcing his retirement from RCH Soaring Eagle Suzuki this weekend. “I have had a lot of success… and a lot of failure. However, the one thing I can do is to walk away from this deal knowing I gave it my all every time I got on my motorcycle. In the end that’s all you can ask of a person — give it your all.”

Give it his all he most certainly did. Despite a plague of injuries, he was the 2004 125cc West Coast Supercross Champion (winning seven of eight races that year). He repeated as 2005 125cc West Coast SX champ and was also the 125cc Outdoor National Champion in 2005. However it is his role on the Motocross of Nations winning teams that are perhaps the high water mark of is illustrious career as Team USA beat the best in the world in 2005, 2006 and again in 2009!

After that, it was the move to the 450cc class. “I made the decision to go over to Suzuki to be teammates with Ricky Carmichael. I learned so much from RC. I am thankful for his friendship, the opportunity to train with him and the help his parents have always given me. They treated me like family and did everything they could to help. I had a successful rookie Supercross season finishing fourth behind Carmichael, Stewart and Reed.”

However a lot of heartache came after that initial success in the 450 class, primarily due to injury. While Ivan enjoyed proving the pundits wrong, the time has finally come to call it a career almost 14 years to the day.

“It’s never easy to quit something you’ve done for so long, but the time has come where racing just isn’t the same as it used to be,” says Tedesco. “I always told myself when the day comes that I’m not competitive anymore; I need to walk away; that time is now.” However he won’t be going too far away from the RCH Soaring Eagle pits as he will continue to test the Suzuki’s and help get the bikes ready for the team’s future riders.

“From RCH’s perspective, we are honored that he finished out his illustrious career with RCH Soaring Eagle and on a Suzuki,” says co-principal Carey Hart. “We are grateful to have Ivan’s testing expertise for RCH moving forward… It just wouldn’t be the same not having Hot Sauce to spice things up around here!”

“I have nothing to be bummed about,” says Tedesco. “I can say I have never given less than 100% and have enjoyed proving people wrong. I’m grateful for the opportunities I have been given and the friendships I have made. I love dirt bikes and racing and look forward to finding my new career within the sport because this is what I love to do.”

“Thank you to my fans, who have always had my back and motivated me to keep going! I hope to see you all at the races soon,” concludes Tedesco.