Video: RPM Racing Ent. Teases Return of HB Moto Surf & Freeride

For you SoCal residents – or for that matter, anyone who loves west coast PWC racing – you better start sending RPM Racing Enterprises’ Ross Wallach some love notes, ’cause this guy is keeping some of the biggest events rolling. Remember how last year was supposed to be the final Mark Hahn Memorial 300? Well, it’s happening again this month. And the Long Beach-to-Catalina Offshore Championship? Yup, it’s coming back too.

But one of our favorites, the Huntington Beach Moto Surf & Freeride is returning to California’s own Surf City! Wallach teased, “Countdown to the 2020 Hot Products “Best of the West” Series Round 1 – The Huntington Beach Moto-Surf & Freeride on April 4th & 5th! This should get your blood pumping!” And yes Ross, it certainly does! With the Facebook post, he attached the below video with the attached note:

“Check out the promo video for this years Huntington Beach Moto Surf & Freeride! A big thanks to Lewis Lipstone, Steven Reyes & Dave Arnold from West Coast Watercraft Club Racing Division and Westside Media Partners for all their hard work!”

The video was produced by WCWC’s own Lipstone who included the following description, “After the success of last years event, we are pleased to announce the 2nd Annual Huntington Beach Moto-Surf & Freeride, April 5-7 at the Huntington Beach Pier (south side)! This much anticipated event will feature 2 days of IJSBA sanctioned watercraft racing & Freeride competition. We are working diligently to have the event filmed and edited into two (2) – 1/2 hour shows on MAV Tv and will be making announcements as soon as this becomes finalized. We are still finalizing the sponsorship for the event and will be making announcements as to all the sponsors once they become finalized.”

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Kevin Shaw

Kevin Shaw

Editor-in-Chief – Kevin Shaw is a decade-long powersports and automotive journalist whose love for things that go too fast has led him to launching The Watercraft Journal. Almost always found with stained hands and dirt under his fingernails, Kevin has an eye for the technical while keeping a eye out for beautiful photography and a great story.

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