July 26, 2012

Additional Information

What's Going On?

Join the Billings Motorcycle Club and watch a variety of insane motorcycle riding superstars attempt a shot at a high speed, vertical dirt victory and enjoy ice cold beverages, delicious food and the Super Mister under the sun and into the night. This event draws an audience from all over the Nation and is perfect for the whole family. Special seating and spectator camping is available. See you at the Miller Lite Great American Championship Hill Climb!

Motorcycle Hill Climbing Capital of the World® – Billings, MT

The Details

Start Date: July 27 – 29th 2012, 5:00PM
End Date: 2011-07-31 21:59:00
Internal Promoter:Darrell Devitt; Roger Ostermiller
Phone:(406) 252-5588 or (406) 248-6583

No dogs or outside alcohol allowed.

VIP Seating and Shuttles from town are also available.

Ticket Info:


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In Advance: 1-Day $10, 3-Day $25, 3-Day Camping $30


Event Breakdown (All New Nighttime Hill Climbs!):

Friday July 27

5 PM to 11PM Cool Evening Hill Climbs on the newly-designed West Side Ravine with the Great American Pro-Modified Showdown under the lights with 2 riders at a time, racing side-by-side up the hill!
Motorcycle Classes include: 450cc Pro Altered, 50+ Pro Seniors, 40+ Pro Masters, 450cc Pro-Modified Class

Saturday July 28

9AM to 3:30 Day time Hill Climbs on the newly-designed West Side Ravine
Motorcycle Class: 0-600cc Pro-Altered Motorcycle

5 PM to 11PM Cool Evening Exhibition Hill Climbs on the newly-designed West Side Ravine
Motorcycle Classes include: 0-700cc and “Open” Bikes (these “open” [or limitless power] are the vicious monster engines that breath fire)

Sunday July 28

9AM to 5 PM Day time Exhibition Hill Climbs on the Great American Classic Challenge Face
Motorcycle Class: 0-700cc and Open

Directions to the Billings Motorcycle Club Event Grounds

From the Billings Area: Exit 447 off of I-90 South Billings Boulevard), go south across the river, turn left at after the sign at Casey's Corner Exxon Station, continue 1.5 miles along the river to the white gates on the right.