If y’all were wondering why Duy, Kevin and Frans were pointing their cameras at everyone during Super Sunday week…this is what they cooked up.
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Rewind about 6 years ago; the first Super Sunday only held about 40 riders. Today, expect to see at least 280+ riders, and the number keeps climbing! It’s amazing that riders from Hawaii, the East Coast, to even our distant neighbors in Asia (Japan and Taiwan, just to name a few) will come all this way for such gathering. Because of them, Super Sunday is the largest scooter/minibike organized ride in the USA, bar none.
So what actually goes down on Super Sunday week? Well, you got the shops building and preparing their best builds, little pre-meets, hospitality (only a mother would be proud of), and of course last minute parts and services. Blood, sweat, and tears is not a just metaphor when it comes to the preparation for Super Sunday. You’re looking at endless hours of cuts, bruises, smashed fingers, and foul language. Ironically, we love doing it (call us crazy)! Everything leading up to this day, is what makes this community so great. Here’s Super Sunday 2014 (#killerss2014), organized by Killer Scooter.
Since the final destination was the same place as the Spring before, Steven decided that it would be great to try a different route to get there. The Rematch. On a side note: Thank you to all the Super Sunday Riders. Your efforts and sacrifices are definitely recognized. Without you guys, none of this would be possible. Ya’ll are definitely one of the biggest reasons why we keep doin’ wh
At 0730, we find ourselves outside of our home base with about 50+ people who are ready to roll out to main meeting spot at Grand Burgers, Rancho Cucamonga. This itself, could of been Super Sunday… back in 2008!
First off, we want to thank EVERYONE who made it out the night before. Thanks to everyone who helped made everything possible. We’ll save the details for the last post. For a little glimpse of what happened, see here: Easy Friday- PART 1.
Here we go.
A few hours earlier, we were pounding away shots of fine whiskey and cognac. An Easy Friday quickly turned into a night of blur. We have to admit, it was a great fucking time! It’s not easy to wake up early and be functional from a night of drinking like that; but the day must continue, hung over or not. Starting the day at 10am in the morning on the floor of our office, we noticed that a group of our friends from Kiwi2racing was down stairs, along with Makoto Kikuchi from SCR Works Japan. We were happy to finally meet Makoto in person! After a year of emailing, and helping us source parts, he finally had the chance to step foot into our home base. Tony Chong and Steve (S3 Industries) had also arrived from their 6 hour drive from NorCal. Tony had a bowl filled with Black Label, informing us that this is how you wake up to breakfast, lol. Never the less, we had a long day ahead of us. We needed to finish 4 bikes before the end of the day… Considering that we didn’t finish them from the day before, back to the garage we go. The do over.