Ventura Needs You

Thomas Fire Relief

Help the Iron & Resin Relief team make an impact

The Thomas Fire has devastated Ventura County. As we write this the fire has become the 5th largest in modern California history. And while the hills burning and the Santa Ana blowing are a staple of southern California life, this fire season has created an immense amount of damage and loss.




While this fire still burns, others have begun to look at what life might look like next. The needs of relief are constantly changing. It’s a large beast. Those of us unaffected are often left wanting to help and not having any idea how we can truly be of service. And in the meantime there are families out there who need help right now, you just don’t know them. 

The Iron and Resin Relief Team has been created in Ventura County to bridge this gap in communication. Using Guerilla Humanitarianism techniques, the team uses their funding and donations to tailor their relief efforts. Thus, your donations and your aide make a larger and more necessary impact.




How it works: their ground team is in the effected neighborhoods communicating with those in need. They update a live and active list that is constantly changing. This list is viewable to the public so you can make donations that go right to those who asked for them. Their hub in Ventura houses supplies and dispatches volunteers who deliver aid and work in these neighborhoods doing everything from clearing trees to putting out hotspots and whatever else comes their way.




So often we want to help and we don’t know how to help. Massive amounts of donations come in but it isn’t always what they need and what they need doesn’t always make it to them. I&R Relief Team aims to patch this up, a direct line to those who have been affected, so you can be effective.

They are currently in need of donations and support. Our community is strong and we all have something to offer be it your time in service, a financial donation, or a something from the list. So, if you or your brand or a group of buddies can be of service, Ventura needs you.


Ryan Dungey: Homegrown

Ryan Dungey Returns to His Roots

Produced by RedBull

Hard work and dedication: Two words that often come to mind when you speak of a legend in any sport. In the world of motocross, Ryan Dungey is certainly one of those legends. But Dungey's work ethic isn't just something that only comes from within, it's something he grew up around.



Whether Dungey knew it growing up, the culture in the Midwest had a huge impact on the legend that he eventually grew to be. Something like agriculture, while it wasn't something that affected him day-to-day, it's part of the fabric that is midwest living. The hard work, dedication and patience that it takes to successfully grow crops, is similar to that of which Dungey showed throughout his career.




The "normal" path to the top of the motocross ranks typically involves being scouted by professional teams from a very young age. The teams then give their full support throughout the young star's amateur career and have a bike waiting for them when it comes time to step up to the pro ranks. Dungey's wasn't that, but that didn't stop him from getting to the top and cementing his name in the history books.




The "Midwest work ethic" is something that the Dungey's exercised in a big way on the journey through the amateur ranks as Dungey didn't begin turning the heads of professional teams until late in his amateur career. One thing is for sure, the dedication it took them to continuously dump thousands of hours and frankly thousands of dollars into chasing the dream of being a champion at the highest level of motocross is remarkable.

Painted in Dust World Premiere

A Portrait of Forrest Minchinton

Short film by Dustin Humphry

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Deus Ex Machina presents

Painted In Dust – A Portrait Of Forrest Minchinton, a new short film by Dustin Humphrey.
World premiere hosted by The Bungalow in Huntington Beach, CA.
Meta Vol.10 release party and world premiere of FMF’s Flying Machine Stories Ep:004

November 30th, 2017

The Bungalow
21058 Pacific Coast Highway, St 240 (2nd floor)
Huntington Beach, CA

With special support from FMF Racing and META Magazine

Kurt Caselli Ride Day 2017

5th Annual Kurt Caselli Ride Day

Saturday, December 2nd - Glen Helen Raceway


What: The 5th Annual Kurt Caselli Ride Day presented by Rocky Mountain ATV/MC

When: Saturday, December 2nd, 2017 | Gates open at 8:00 AM 

Where: 18585 Verdemont Ranch Rd, San Bernardino, CA 92407

Tickets: $20/person, Kids 12 & Under: Free

What You Get For Registering Early! 

  • VIP Entrance
  • Free Event T-Shirt

Festivities include: 

  • Riding open from 9 am to 4 pm.
  • Glen Helen National Track 
  • The Caselli Team Challenge
  • Off-Road Loop With Timed Special Test 
  • Kids-Only Practice On The Main Track 
  • Pee-Wee Track
  • Great Raffle Prizes & Giveaways 

New to the Kurt Caselli Ride Day this year:

  • Camp Caselli (Bring your RV, toy hauler, tent or travel van, and stay overnight with us! Saturday only.)
  • Live Music
  • Bonfire 
  • Games
  • Movies (Ride The Dream & On Any Sunday) 



We encourage you to camp out with us on Saturday night (it's free to camp with general admission) and join the Over The Hill Gang crew on Sunday for their annual Toy Drive MX race. 

The 5th Annual Kurt Caselli Ride Day is SATURDAY, Dec 2nd. Over The Hill Gang MX will be holding their 3rd Annual Toy Drive MX race the following day, on Sunday, Dec 3rd. For any riders that would like to race on Sunday, December 3rd, the entry fee is $20 AND a new, unwrapped toy or gift card valued at $25 or more. There is no minimum age to race with OTHG as they will have youth & support classes for anyone under 30 years of age. All ages and skill levels welcome.  


A Decade Chasing the Dream

Josh Strang

Presented by Fly Racing


At the age of eighteen, Josh Strang left his native Australia and moved to the United States to pursue his dream of racing dirt bikes. Ten years later, Strang is still racing offroad in the U.S. at the highest level as a member of the Factory Husqvarna offroad team. In part one of this three-part series, Josh reflects on his childhood growing up in Australia around dirt bikes, his move overseas, and the difficulties of establishing his racing career in a foreign country.



In part two Josh talks about his years at Suzuki, what it meant to win the 2010 GNCC Championship, and after that moving on to new challenges as part of the Rockstar Energy/Factory Husqvarna Racing team.


Born For Adventure

That's Why

Triumph Motorcycles introduces new Tiger XC & XR models


It’s your ride, it’s your journey, and it’s your planet to explore. So whether you choose motorways or mud tracks, twisty tarmac or bumpy town streets, Triumph’s range of adventure and touring motorcycles all share your passion for travel and discovery. Together with Triumph, the spirit of your adventure lives on.