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Amateur Outlaw Hillclimb
Beaverdale Hillclimb is a non-profit group that provides the opportunity for motorcycle hillclimb competition. The Club promotes the sport as family oriented and encourages riders of all ages to participate. The volunteer board manages the club and other club members assist with the care and maintenance of the hill as well as the coordination of tasks required for each race.

LATEST NEWS

2022 Schedule and Awards Banquet

We are happy to announce the 2022 Season Schedule and the 2021 awards banguet RSVP …

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Results and Points posted for 10/4/2021

Thanks to all who attended the 10/4/2021 HILLCLIMB.  Season Points and results are now posted. …

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Results and Points posted for 8/29/2021

Thanks to all who attended the 8/29/2021 HILLCLIMB.  Points and results are now posted. RESULTS>> …

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START HILLCLIMBING

Welcome to the Beaverdale Hillclimb.  We are a Motorcycle and ATV Amateur outlaw Hillclimb.  We welcome riders age 4 and up.  All of our classes have a cash payout for adults and trophies for the youth.  Along with being a competitive Hillclimb we also like to mention that we promote a family atmosphere at all of our Hillclimbs.

Event Schedule

Schedule of climbs, test and tune, club events.  Entrance and gate fees are listed, but may be subject to change.

Event Results

This is a listing of each race and the results through the year allowing you to search for your own results.

How To Register

To register for the 2021 hillclimb season please follow the new procedures put in place due to COVID 19.

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A BRIEF HISTORY

If you want learn about the origins of hill climbing, you can read about the sport’s history and check out archive video footage at www.rideapart.com.   The article titled “Hill Climbing, Going Uphill Since 1897” was written by automotive journalist Sabrina Giacomini, details the roots of motorcycle hill climbing and explores the growth throughout the years.

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