Road to X Games: Boise Event Adds Harley Hooligan Racing at CenturyLink Arena

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Road to X Games: Boise Event Adds Harley Hooligan Racing at CenturyLink Arena

In addition to the Skateboard and BMX Park qualifying events at Rhodes Skate Park, Road to X Games: Boise will add a Harley Hooligan Racing event at CenturyLink arena on June 15, 2018. While the events at Rhodes Skate Park are free and open to the public, the Harley Hooligan races will require the purchase of a ticket for admission. Tickets for the Harley Hooligan Racing event are on sale now at

Tickets for bleacher seating to view the Men’s Skateboard Park, Women’s Skateboard Park and BMX Park June 15 and 16 at Rhodes Skate Park will be sold separately. More details on that process will be released at a later date.

Similar to Harley Hooligan Racing at X Games Minneapolis, the Boise event will take place on a flat track course inside CenturyLink Arena. More than 60 riders from across the country will be invited, spanning all ability levels. The event will feature several races, live-streamed around the world via Harley-Davidson’s Facebook page, H-D dealers, brand pages and industry partners.

Harley Hooligan racing provides an opportunity for interested amateur riders to compete in Flat Track. Participation in the sport is easily attainable for just about every motorcycle enthusiast, given the ability to race using low-cost, garage-built motorcycles. Harley Hooligan racing encourages participation over competition and gives even novice racers the chance to experience the thrill of Flat Track racing.

Photo: Harley-Davidson

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Grace Coryell, ESPN Communications, [email protected], 213-405-4402

Olivia Wilson, ESPN Communications, [email protected], 213-405-4145



Grace Coryell

Based out of the LAPC in Los Angeles, Calif., Grace Coryell is manager of communications focusing on X Games and West Coast PR. A native Angelino, Coryell attended the University of Southern California and began working at ESPN in 2008.
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