Dust Hustle 6 Is Coming…

2 weeks ago | Words: Salvatore Aloisio | Photos: MotorcyclePics, Brendan Schouten, Rachael Baskerville

This has to be one of the coolest, wackiest, craziest, run-whatcha-brung events we have ever seen. ‘Dust Hustle’ is basically bringing goon paddock bashing to an official event, where you can show off all of your style. No matter what bike you ride, if you are brave or stupid enough to take it off-road, you are welcome. There are guys charging hard on Harleys, cruising on cafe racers, and even Toby Price made a dashing appearance on his Dakar bike last year. So dress up, put the knobbies on your bike (or don’t), and get out there and have some fun.

Dust Hustle 6 will take place on Saturday, April 21, at Queensland Moto Park (QMP). Tickets went on sale earlier this week, so head over to dusthustle.com to find out more.

Check out some of the action that went down at the previous event, Dust Hustle 5…

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