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The inaugural Mayo Moto Street Classic is an immersive motorcycle, art, and live music experience featuring TT flat track racing, head to head drags, moto-inspired art, live music and custom motorcycles. The Moto Street Classic lands at the Mayo Place in Tulsa’s East Village, 525 E. 6th St. (former NORDAM headquarters) June 15.

The festival coincides with the official grand opening of the Mayo Moto Museum, a motorcycle and memorabilia collection boasting 200+ rare and unseen vintage bikes. The museum hosts the third stop of the RSD Super Hooligan National Championship Tour, a series of heavy bike flat track motorcycle races across the U.S. curated by Roland Sands Design and Moto Classic Events, a California-based motorcycle, product, apparel and event company.

In addition to the races, the Mayo Moto Street Classic will include a variety of activations, vendors, food trucks, local craft beer, and art. Live musical performances will take place on an indoor stage throughout the day with local and regional music acts. At 8 PM, the music will move outdoors to the main stage with a performance from Tulsa’s Paul Benjaman Band, followed by headliner, southern soul rockers, JJ Grey & Mofro.


June 15, 2019 11 am to midnight

Day passes to this event are $35. A percentage of the gate proceeds will be donated to support Oklahoma teachers.



Mayo Place in the East Village, 525 E. 6th Street

(Former Nordam Headquarters)

Located on the future site of the Mayo Place Development, The Mayo Moto Museum features over 200 rare and vintage motorcycles and related memorabilia. The museum is staffed by a team of volunteers and will be open free to the public on Saturdays between 10 AM & 2 PM, beginning Saturday, June 22. For more information, visit

Suggested Hotel:

Aloft Tulsa Downtown for $99 USD - $129 USA per night


Lots of folks are already comparing the industrious little city in Oklahoma as the next Austin or Nashville. With Tulsa’s rich history, amazing architecture, vibrant culinary, music, and art scene it’s easy to make those comparisons; However the oil capital of the U.S. has something to offer those other two cities don’t. It's in Oklahoma …..Oh, and it’s about to play backdrop to the most exciting Moto-Centric Festival to hit the nation. When Roland and team develop the Moto Classic Events, they had every intention of evangelizing hooligans and spreading the gospel of 2-Wheel badassery to the furthest reaches of the planet. As we searched for the next classic event location we decided, “If we are going to push this thing to the edge we might as well start from the middle”. Come join us for RD 5 of the Progressive presented SHNC Mayo Moto Classic Powered by Indian in Tulsa, OK June 15, 2019, and meet us in the middle!




In it's third season, Progressive MC presents the RSD Super HOoligan National Championship Series Powered by Indian Motorcycle, in a potent mix of moto culture, customs and competition. Super Hooligan race rules are simple; 750cc and up, production street bikes with flat track tires in stock frames. This series brings racing to the people in unexpected locations like downtown Tulsa, where a specially built TT track will be assembled by the Mayo Moto team. Expect local riders and national caliber talent battling elbow to elbow in a mix of classes.


Ronnie Mac: 
The self-proclaimed best thing that’s ever happened to motorcycles. Dead set on proving to the world just how great he is. American through and through, so much that he bleeds red, white and blue. Enjoys the hedonistic pleasures of life that come with being a redneck narcissist – Drinking beers and haulin' ass. Wildly sporadic in nature; a tornado of a human if there ever was one.
Larry Enticer:
Arguably the best thing to come out of Canada since Molson Ice, Larry Enticer shares his name sake with the 1979 Yamaha Enticer he’s known for sending it on. Larry AKA Denim Danger 69 is the king of Ditchbanging, getting goofy  and letting the wind whip through the back of his Mullet. Whether he’s doing it for the ladies or the rush you know he’s just gonna send it… what are ya silly?
Danny Duncan:
Danny Duncan is a YouTube star, comedian, actor, and musician who likes making people laugh and believes virginity rocks!



Drag racing was born on the streets, so we're bringing it back to the essence with the Mayo Moto Street Drags. All out side by side action WFO down 6th St. without the worries of cops handing out tickets. The inaugural Salty Sprint at Moto Beach Classic in 2017 featured a tough crowd with legends like Nitro Circus star Andy Bell, Shameless' Justin Chatwin, custom builder Maxwell Hazan, moto journalist Sean Macdonald and seasoned photographer Preston Burroughs behind the bars - anything can happen at the Mayo Moto Street Classic when the only thing standing between you and glory is 500' of pure asphalt.



The Stay Gold Art Show will be a centerpiece of the Mayo Moto Street Classic with a curated collection of unique installations inspired by motor culture and Oklahoma heritage. Initially structured to solely be an art collective and bike show, the Stay Gold Art Show has grown to be a larger platform including more creatives, live muralists, painters, local music gurus and renowned international motorcycle builders.


Past Artists: Adam Fedderly, Alex Earle (Earle Motors), Erik Jutras, Genevieve T. Davis, Matt Allard (Inked Iron), Nicolai Sclater (Ornamental Conifer), Guy Salzaar (Local Artist), Riot Cycles, Jamie Robinson (MotoGeo), Eddie Lee (Ironvault Studio), Cr Stecyk, Preston Burroughs, Matthew Jones, Dylan Gordan, Dimitri Coste, Todd Blubaugh, Sebastien Zanella, Matt Wignall, Jamie Schena, Jackie Danger, Andy Schmidt, Mark Moreno and our own Joseph Hitzelberger.



The Moto Classic Bike Show will consist of hand picked bikes from across the country and will feature talented builders from all walks of life. From Cafe's to choppers, brat's to trackers as well as road racers, scramblers and everything in between. We promise you will be inspired. Don't be surprised if you see some of the bikes on display hit the track. These are no trailer queens!


Past Builders: Aaron Klink, Revival Cycles, Brat Style, Chopper Dave, Yuishi Yoshizawa (CW-Zon), Greg Tomlinson, Hugo Eccles (Untitled Motorcycles), Lindsay Ross, Lossa Engineering, Kott Motorcycles, Maxwell Hazan, Mike Flores, Raccia Motorcycles, Riot Cycles, Satya Kraus (Kraus Motorcycles), Shaik Ridzwan, Shinya Kimura, Spirit Lake Cycles, Lucky Wheels Garage, RSD Custom Bikes, UMC (Untitled Motorcycle), Stacie London, Yuichi Yoshizawa, Yoshikazu Ueda and our own Aaron Boss.



Music and Moto are synonyms, the cultural crossovers between the two are extensive, from the fashion, ideological free spirit and expressed individualism. The hum of finely tuned instruments are the same frequency through amplifiers and exhaust. With the relatively small size of the SHNC tracks it allows us the versatility to put racing in the center of the circus, alongside some of the biggest musical acts. This means non-stop entertainment and constant engagement of attendees for a true festival atmosphere with full moto emersion. The Mayo Moto Street Classic will showcase live musical performances on an indoor stage throughout the day with local and regional music acts. At 8pm, the music will move outdoors to the main stage with a performance from Tulsa's Paul Benjaman Band, followed by headliner, souther soul rockers, JJ Grety & Mofro.




The Vendor Village will be lined with established custom motorcycle shops, hip vendors and brands as well as motorcycle industry icons. This is the place to be for trendsetting vendors, OEM's and individual shops.

If you are interested in being a vendor, please email for more information.

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