West Coast Sound Competition

August 13th 2022 will be the next round of the series of The Big Cory West Coast Sound Competitions. It will be at San Jose Harley-Davidson located at 1551 Parkmoor Ave , San Jose CA
It will start promptly at 12pm. Check in is at 11am.
This event is for every motorcycle build level. Beginner to Extreme. Let's just have some fun. It is free to enter so what do you have to lose??
Two Wheel Motorcycles only. Once I get enough interest, we might add a class for three wheelers.
$100 Visa gift card for the winner in each class.   

Thank you to all of my sponsors that are growing by the day. Voodoo Bikeworks, Sound Digital, Ground Zero, DC Audio, Diamond Audio, Cicada Audio, Audio House, American Hard bag, Reign of Sound, Arc Audio, Baggers Audio, Saddlemen Seats, RPM AudioWerx, Tekni-Kolor, Boogie's Bagger Stereo, Chris "Mr Wonderful" Mainor , Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorney and Tyrone Cox of Beats, Bags and Bass

Sign up below and let's Hear it!

Events

Competition #1 will be held at Sierra Steel Harley-Davidson in Chico on March 19th, 2022 in the books. Thank you for allowing us to get the party started.
Winners are as follows. (Lightweight), Nick Henry, (Welterweight), RJ Arcinas, (Middleweight), Tommy Scott, (Heavyweight), Edward Cadle. (Best in show), Nick Henry

Competition #2 will be held at Rocklin Harley Davidson in Rocklin on April 30th, 2022

Winners are as follows. (Lightweight) Sydney Meek,  (Welterweight) Rusty Flowers, (Middleweight) Scott Lint, (Heavy Weight) Edward Cadle, (Best in show), Sydney Meek

Competition #3 will be  held at the Hot Rods and Harleys Event at the Dixon Fairgrounds on June 5th, 2022

Winners are as follows.(Featherweight) Anthony Limbrick (Lightweight) Sydney Meek,  (Welterweight) Michael "Boogie" Thomas, (Middleweight) Rusty Flowers (Best in show), Rusty Flowers

Competition #4 Will be held at Custom Sounds, in Tracy CA on July 16th, 2022

Winners are as follows. (6x9 Class) Brandon Dossantos  (Featherweight) Anthony Limbrick (Lightweight), Sydney Meek, (Welterweight), Chon Camacho, (Middleweight), Terry Grant. (Best in show), Sydney Meek

 

Competition #5 will be held at San Jose Harley-Davidson on August 13th, 2022

Competition #6 will be hold at Reno Harley-Davidson on September 11th, 2022

Rules

Bikes will be judged on Highs, Mids, and Lows

Must arrive 1 hour prior to contest start time.
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All bikes must be ridden in to the arena.

There will be up to 6 classes judged depending on how many bikes of each class sign up. There will be a winner from each class and one best of show

Competitors that choose to can move up a class but can not disconnect speakers to move down a class. If the speaker is on the bike it counts, whether it’s hooked up or not.

“Run what you brung”.

Please make sure you have your phone on airplane mode so we dont get really loud phone ringing in the middle of your turn

Only adjustments that can be made during your time is volume and bass knob

Be ready to go. Have your song selection ready. Have your phone ready.

Contestants will each have one 90 second round to show what you got. Judges, at their discretion, may decide that they want to hear some bikes again to determine the top 2 of each class. The top 2 scoring bikes from each class will be in the finals and have (ONE) 60 second round against each other to determine the winner of the class.

West Coast Sound Competition Classes are as follows

                                                                                               "6x9 Class”    ( Unlimited Speakers )

·        “ NO SUBS ALLOWED “    No 8s, No 10s. No 12s. 6x9 is the biggest speaker allowed on your bike.

Tour packs ok, lowers ok, whatever combo of 6x9s you have, you can run it. You can not disconnect a bigger speaker to run in the 6x9 class.

 

“Featherweight”    ( Up to 6 Speakers )

·        “ NO SUBS ALLOWED “    No more than (2) 10” drivers allowed on the bike. All other drivers must be 8”or less. Bags can be ported but no sealed bags allowed  in this class. Tour pack, no speaker larger than 8” midbass/midrange permitted. No subs

 

             “Lightweight”    ( Up to 6 Speakers )

·        “ NO SUBS ALLOWED “    No more than (2) 10” drivers allowed on the bike. All other drivers must be 8”or less. Bags can be sealed and/or ported in this class. Tour pack, no speaker larger than 8” midbass/midrange permitted. No subs

 

                “Welterweight”    ( Up to 8 Speakers )

·        “ No Subs Allowed “    No more than (2)  10” drivers allowed on the bike. All other drivers on the bike must be 8” or less. Bags can be sealed and/or ported in this class. Tour pack, no speaker larger than 8” midbass/midrange permitted. No subs

 

             “Middleweight”    ( Up to 12 Speakers )

·        “ Subs Allowed “    No more than (4) 8”subs, (2) 10” subs or (2) 12” subs allowed on the bike. No combination of 8,10 or 12’s subs allowed. EX: (1) 10’ and (1) 8” in each bag. No other drivers on the bike larger than 8”with exception of subs. Bags can be sealed and/or ported in this class. Tour pack, up to (2) 10” midbass/midrange in tour pack only. No subs

 

                                                                                                                                                                           

Tour Pack speakers are allowed and will count towards speaker count.

Compression Drivers, Midrange, Mid Bass and Subwoofers are all counted as speakers

Small Tweeters or horns like ST25, ST35,  etc... do not count as speakers

Coaxial speakers with horns or tweeters will count as one speaker.

Helpful hints
Song Selection is huge. If you are being graded on Highs, Mids and Lows, but the song you play doesn't have any of one of those frequencies? then you will get a low score. Not all songs are created equal. Choose wisely
It doesn't matter if you play one song for 90 seconds or 9 songs for 10 seconds each. That is totally up to you. However, some songs highlight highs while others highlight your lows.
A couple of different songs showing the best of your system would be my suggestion. Please understand that while you can play what you want, playing a techno or instrumental song
with no vocals will not score you as high as a song that has vocals. Judges know which songs are harder to get perfect and will reward the bikes that take
a chance on the harder songs.
It is not about playing your favorite song, it is about playing what song or songs make your system sound great. This takes time and practice to figure it out.
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The vehicle must start and pull out of the competition area or be disqualified.

Any problems, questions, or concerns should be directed to Cory Ellerbee (707) 690-8321

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