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Watch the 91st Pikes Peak International Hill Climb Live

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We are only a handful of hours away from the 91st running of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb, and unless you like waking up at zero-dark-thirty to queue up the mountain road, we have an easier way for you to follow all the Pikes Peak action. Teaming up with Red Bull this year, the organizers at Pikes Peak have made available a live stream of the race. Booyah internetz!

This means you can watch Sebastian Loeb and Peugeot attempt to crack the nine-minute barrier (the ten-minute barrier was just broken last year!), see Greg Tracy make his four-wheel debut at the Race to the Clouds on-board the Mitsubishi MiEV Evolution II electric race car (Monster Tajima is back with his electric supercar as well), and witness A&R lose a bet as Carlin Dunne attempts to set the outright motorcycle record on the Lightning Motorcycles electric superbike (Carlin has already posted the fastest qualifying time a motorcycle, petrol or electric, ever on the mountain).

To catch the action, you can either got to RedBull.tv or watch the live feed on the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb website. The racing starts at 8am (MDT), and will go according to the following running order (found after the jump). With weather expected to come through the Pikes Peak area, be advised that there could be delays.







  1. Pikes Peak 1205
  2. Pikes Peak Superbike 750
  3. Heavyweight Supermoto
  4. Pikes Peak 450
  5. Pikes Peak 250
  6. Quad Modified
  7. Vintage Motorcycle
  8. Side Car
  9. Exhibition Power Sports
  10. Exhibition Power Sports-

— Break to bring the bikes down the mountain, and a new car parade —

  1. Ulimited
  2. Time Attack
  3. Electric
  4. Open Wheel
  5. Pikes Peak Open
  6. Exhibition
  7. Pikes Peak Vintage

Source: PPIHC; Photo: © 2013 Jensen Beeler / Asphalt & Rubber – Creative Commons – Attribution 3.0







Jensen Beeler

Despite his best efforts, Jensen is called one of the most influential bloggers in the motorcycle industry, and sometimes consults for motorcycle companies, whether they've solicited his expertise or not.

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