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🎥 Red Bull Day in the Dirt Down Under 2

3 months ago | Photos: Andy Jackman, Bevpix, Darkeye Photography

What started as a one-day event in 1998 has turned into what some people call the “MX Woodstock”. It’s a gathering of family and friends and what they love most – dirt bikes, hosted at Southern California’s iconic Glen Helen racetrack. It attracts some of the fastest racers in the world, the who’s who of the moto industry and everyday racers out for some fun. In September 2018, Red Bull Day in the Dirt made its way Down Under for the first time, attracting over 600 riders and 2,000 spectators to South East Queensland. In 2019, the event returned to the primed Queensland Moto Park from August 29 – September, with over 900 riders lined up.
Here’s what it went down…

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