The Best In The Desert (BITD) Racing Association is an American desert off-road racing association. It is operated by Casey Folks and it is based out of Las Vegas, Nevada.BITD runs the Vegas To Reno, the longest off-road race in the United States, and since 2012 is the sanctioning body of the Mint 400.
An off road race sponsored by the High Desert Racing Association (HDRA) in Las Vegas Nevada. The race was on January 13th. It was the first time ever that an RC quadcopter was able to transmit aerial video for a live broadcast of the race. Feel we have accomplished a lot. Still have a lot more to look forward to this year.
From the mid 1960s onwards, racing in the Las Vegas area was dominated by the Stardust International Raceway in Spring Valley. Built by the owners of the Stardust Hotel and Casino, it featured a flat, 3-mile (4.8km), 13-turn road course, and a quarter-mile drag strip.
A desert off-road race from Las Vegas to Reno remains green-lighted for Friday even as the agency that regulates races across federal land reviews its safety policies following a crash that killed eight spectators during a similar race Saturday in San Bernardino County. Officials with the Bureau of Land Management, which permits more than 100 off-road races a year on desert land it oversees.
Cruise through the Las Vegas Strip or surrounding areas in a high-performance exotic or muscle car. Afterward, kick up some dirt in an off-road vehicle on our 1-mile professional off-road race track. Book your exciting off-road experience today!
Casey Folks, the founder and President of Best in the Desert Racing Association, died the morning of Jan. 12 in Las Vegas after suffering a massive stroke and being airlifted to Vegas the morning of Jan. 7 in Parker. He was in Parker for the annual Parker 250 off-road race for motorcycles, quads and UTVs. Folks spent almost his entire adult life in the off-road racing world as a competitor.
Las Vegas 30-Minute Dune Buggy Off-Road Desert Adventure Feel the thrill of a mini Baja chase! Get behind the wheel for a frantic-paced 30-minute off-road dune buggy race over Las Vegas desert dunes, dry creeks and trails!
The Vegas Dunes Off-Road area is very technical, and is used by several off-road racing organizations such as SNORE, SCORE, MRAN, and Best in the Desert. This is similar to a roller coaster ride, except you're DRIVING! You sit inside a fully welded double loop steel roll cage and are required to wear a full face helmet and a 4-point harness at all times on the Off-Road course. Typically 1 and.