Great American Hill Climb
Great American Hill Climb motorcycle catcher Scott Knight explains why he is willing to let a motorcycle run over him.
Billings 17-year-old Tyler Cardwell raced to a first-place finish in the 450cc pro modified class Friday night under the lights at the Billings Motorcycle Club.
Scott Knight explains why he is willing to risk being run over by a motorcycle while working as a catcher at the Great American Hill Climb.
It was a Petey three-peat on Sunday afternoon at the Billings Motorcycle Club.
Eight-year-old Garret Sletten watched in awe Sunday as riders from across the country raced up the “Bentonite Nightmare,” a 457-foot vertical climb up loose dirt for a share of the $50,000 purse, during the 92nd annual Miller Lite Great American Championship Motorcycle Hillclimb.
Jason Lambrecht falls down a gulch after falling from his bike near the top of the hill at the 91st annual Miller Lite Great American Championship Motorcycle Hillclimb at the Billings Motorcycle Club.
In its 91st year, the Miller Lite Great American Championship Hillclimb, held in Billings this weekend, is having what some organizers are calling a banner year.
Photos from the Great American Hill Climb.
Jordan Schmitt, Sean Cardwell and Riley Jacobson will compete in The Great American Championship Hill Climb. Wednesday July 22, 2009 photo.