- Early 50’s speed equipment
- Early 50’s wheels (steelies, magnesium, etc)
- Performance mods (OHV Conversions, Intakes, Heads)
- Flathead, Bangers & Inlines will get preference
- Only a handful pre-approved OHV Hot Rods
- I’m not hung up on transmissions, T5’s are ok
- The Hot Rod must represent the pre-1955 Hot Rod era.
- Early 50’s Motorcycles/ bobbers
It’s time to grease the wheels and get back to the fresh air of the Rocky Mountains! I have been working diligently to gain the confidence I needed to publish a date for all our patrons. Unless something major gets in the way we are a go for September 17-18, 2021 my friends.
Registration details will be out next week via email, please join the list at the bottom of this page.
God Bless you all!
Hot Rod Hill Climb September 17-18, 2021
Registration link & details will go out via email on Tuesday 5/18/21
Join the email list at www.hotrodhillclimb.com
Thanks to our sponsors and supporters!
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July 24, 2020
Looks like we need to give the ole’ girl a rest, Hot Rod Hill Climb gets a year off. We’ve done everything we reasonably can, 2020 Hot Rod Hill Climb just isn’t going to get on her wheels this year.
With the support of Central City we have asked for the county’s support to issue a variance request from the state to have more then 500 people. County Commissioners believe all variances to allow more people into the community is not in the best interest of residents right now. On top of that our Governor has said his office will not review variance requests for at least 2 weeks. We are going to respect the decisions made by those who look after the community.
The community and patrons who support the Hot Rod Hill Climb have been calling, messaging, and emailing to support us. We appreciate you. We appreciate your passion for what we do. I have a feeling a year off is going to be just what our crew needs to come back strong.
Thank you to our patrons, our sponsors, Central City, Gilpin County and all our supporters. Be well and be kind to your neighbor.
God Bless the United States,
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Hot Rod Hill Climb Participants!!
What is the Tech Inspection about? It’s another set of eyes on your car.
Tom Stark and crew at Precision Designs will be doing tech inspections at the 2019 event. It’s a very simple once over on your Hot Rod, these guys know their stuff, if they find something that needs attention they will point it out and likely help you get it fixed.
This is a great place to see the cars up close!
What these guys offered to do for HRHC, was look over the cars for anything that might be unsafe or questionable.
- Tires & Wheels
- Brackets & Suspension
- Doors stay closed
- Steering is solid and tight
- Seat belts
- Oil and fuel lines
- Throttle Linkage (cant go over center, needs throttle return spring)
- Fluid leaks
- Battery hold down
- Exhaust hangers
- Fire Extinguisher (please have one in the car)
- Helmets for Open Cars
It’s really just another set of eyes on the car, we’ve had loose radius rods out back, broken welds on the frame, loose king pins, a few weak throttle springs, and tie rods that were too low for the road.
The hill is no joke… its a climb.
Emergency brakes are highly recommended, just in-case you need it, safety.
That’s about it.
Thursday 09/11/2019 Noon to 5pm
Precision Designs 4600 Glenco St, Denver Colorado 80216
Friday 09/13/2019 Noon to 5pm
Big T Parking lot in Central City, plenty of time to come after you make the Reliability Run!
Here’s a look at the Tech Card we use at the events, all of these things will be looked at.
Special Thanks To
We are thrilled to partner with the Marvel Oil Company for the 2019 Hot Rod Hill Climb!
We all know the legacy of Marvel Mystery Oil, whether it was using with our dads or grandads. Before you fire up that motor, pour some Marvel in the cylinders to pre-lube it. Works every time!
Check out the other products from Marvel!
- Marvel Mystery Oil: The original product that’s good for providing long-lasting protection of your engine, in addition to a variety of other benefits.
- Marvel Air Tool Oil: For use in all piston type and rotary air tools, as well as in-line air lubricators.
- Marvel MAX Racing Oil: Provides maximum levels of ZDDP for muscle and race car performance.
- Marvel Classic Motor Oil: Proprietorially designed for classic cars.
- Marvel Ultimate Fuel and Motor Treatment: Designed for advanced engine systems, high-mileage vehicles and for preventative maintenance .
1. New Artwork by our buddy JEFF NORWELL! Thank you my friend!
2. Registration is OPEN!
It’s a little different this year, one registration form, no application! Event Registration is $50. The process allows you to let us know you want to run the Hill. We will review registrations and respond, there’s an additional $75 to run the hill. It will be a first come, first paid, first served process….. get registered here!
We have a brand new supporter this year, Paul Leuenberger and Chris Larson with American National Property and Casualty Collector Car Insurance
1. No age restrictions on cars–All make’s and model’s qualify
2. No driving restrictions–drive the car when and where you want
3. No mileage restrictions
4. Project insurance coverage
5. Agreed Value
6. 10% car club discount
CALL them TODAY & Thank them for supporting the Hot Rod Hill Climb!
Paul Leuenberger 303-619-9891 North
Chris Larson 719-276-0211 South
WOW, What an honor! Our pal Travis at Roy Boy Productions covers nearly every kick ass show in the country, and his wrap up for 2016 is AWESOME! Looks like Hot Rod Dirt Drags and Hot Rod Hill Climb made the top 10 list of most viewed albums! Hot Rod Hill Climb was #1 and Hot Rod Dirt Drags was #10… Book Ends Baby!
Seems even MSN likes what we do, here’s a great article I missed from the 2015 Hot Rod Hill Climb!
After an overnight downpour, Mike “Nick” Nicholas and his trusty crew were up early and greeted with chilly temps in Georgetown, Colorado, to prep for his latest rendition of the Hot Rod Hill Climb (HRHC). And at 8,500 feet above sea level, the weather can be unpredictable in the mountain town, but luckily the overnight deluge gave way to blue bird skies in the a.m. and welcomed an eager bunch of hot rodders, ready to take on the 1,000 foot rise of Leavenworth Mountain. Read More