RPM Enterprises Brings Best of The West Race Back to Huntington Beach, CA

It’s baaaack! The 3rd Huntington Beach Moto-Surf & Freeride is returning as the Best of the West racing series is back on (presented by the Hot Products and Anderson Powersports). This much anticipated event will feature two days of IJSBA sanctioned watercraft racing and the Rickter Freeride Exhibition.

This race will take place the weekend of May 7th-8th, 2022 in Huntington Beach, California on the southside of the famous Surf City pier (325 Pacific Coast Highway, Huntington Beach). This race is presented by Hydro-Turf, Jettrim, Impros, Cometic, Klotz, The Watercraft Journal, and many others.

Best of all, this event is a IJSBA World Finals Qualifier! That means that in order to qualify for the World Finals, you must sign up and race both days of this event. Because they’re expecting big demand, RPM Enterprises is asking all racers get pre-registered ASAP.

Thankfully, registration is now open for the best surf race in the country – all you need to do is pre-register HERE. Pre-registration will close on Monday, May 2nd! (Please note that money is NOT required to be pre-registered only the entry form is required.)

This race is  Round #5 of The Hot Products & Anderson Powersports “Best of the West” series Presented by Hydro-Turf, Jettrim, Impros Cometic & Klotz. This round is a cumulative 2 day event. The overall winner is decided from the 4 motos over the event (same format as in 2018 & 2019). Your entry fee covers both days of racing.  Please pre-register at your earliest convenience. Please email Dawn Carey at dawn.rpmracing@gmail.com if you have any questions

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Julian Ramirez

Julian Ramirez is an avid PWC enthusiast. He grew up in the desert of west Texas riding dirt bikes from his youth and old school VW sand rails. Until one day during A family camping trip. Julian convinces his dad that they should get a pair of JetSki‘s just to have fun with. After those first JetSki‘s it was over for Julian, he fell in love with the watercraft industry and the camaraderie and support that the community brings.

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