PPIHC

The Battle for Pikes Peak Gets Hot In 2018

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb (PPIHC) is a race like no other. Drivers piloting cars, truck and motorcycles power up the 14,115-foot mountain all for a chance at glory. However, these winners have to keep a close eye on the records they set, because every year other racers are looking to claim those titles… read more

Are the Best Electric Motorcycle Racers Students?

The Pikes Peak International Hill Climb is a race like no other, and now a team of students can say they won the Race to the Clouds. What are we talking about? How could students win an international racing event? The journey wasn’t an easy one. Can Students Become the Best Electric Motorcycle Racers? This… read more

Remembering Heroes of the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb

Back in 2015, disaster struck the Pikes Peak International Hill Climb. While on a practice run Carl Sorensen went off track between the summit of the mountain and Devil’s Playground. Carl didn’t survive the crash, and his passing has change the Race to the Clouds forever. However, Carl isn’t the only hero of the mountain… read more

Pikes Peak Hill Climb Becomes Electric

In 1916, the “Race to the Clouds” was started, and 93 races later it stands as the second oldest motorsports event in America. Now, on the race’s 100th anniversary, a dream for every racer on the hill is finally coming true… There are vehicles that won’t be affected by the high altitudes of Pikes Peak,… read more

The Grid Is Set, But Who Is Racing At The Pikes Peak Hill Climb?

Controversy has surrounded the Broadmoor Pikes Peak International Hill Climb since the death of Carl Sorensen at last year’s event. People were starting to compare the Climb to the Isle of Man TT for all the wrong reasons, so the PPIHC racing committee came together and instituted a controversial rule that banned sportbikes from competing… read more