They don’t make ’em like this much anymore, but it appears Lake Elsinore, CA, still has the brass to run a long-course enduro through the heart of town: welcome to the 45th-annual Lake Elsinore Grand Prix (LEGP).
Whether or not you’re happy that November is right around the corner, the LEGP hits SoCal on the second weekend of the month, with an eight-mile multiple-surface natural terrain course that weaves all around the city. More than 20 classes and over 1000 racers will compete in everything from new-knees quad classes to old-guy motorcycles, side-by-sides and everything else that’s not a car.
The citizens of Lake Elsinore will turn out, too, as the city shows its motorsports stripes alongside the hordes of “hidden” celebrity racers and riders who call SoCal home. You’ll find more details at the Lake Elsinore Grand Prix website, and you’ll find us hanging out with the mayor.