Bagger racing is one of the most exciting forms of competition, and the documentary Road to the Corkscrew premiered on YouTube over the weekend. It takes a deep dive into the history of Feuling and its efforts in bagger racing to bring viewers an inside look at the beginnings of bagger racing and the current state of this popular new sport.
Related: 2022 Bagger Racing League – Round 1
Road to the Corkscrew features Ben Bostrom, AMA 600 Dirt Track National champion and AMA Superbike National champion, who raced for the Feuling team in the Bagger Racing League.
Bostrom’s Harley-Davidson Road Glide, built in-house by the Feuling crew, will also be featured in the documentary. This 130ci race bike is fitted out with premium parts that come to life under Bostrom’s experienced hands. With parts from Feuling (592 Race Series Camshest Kit, Highload Beehive Valvespring Kit, 6.1 g/s Fuel Injectors, Anti-Reversion Exhaust System, and more), as well as parts from Thrashin Supply, Barnett Clutches, Galfer Brakes, Dunlop Tires, RK Excel, Klock Werks, and others, this Road Glide is not quite the motorcycle you’d walk into your dealership to purchase. It is, however, a motorcycle we’d pay to see racing around the track with other top-notch baggers.
The 2023 Battle of the Baggers by Bagger Racing League will kick off with a double-header May 6-7 at the Pittsburgh International Raceway. A second double-header will follow at the Blackhawk Farms Raceway in South Beloit, IL, July 15-16. The championship round will go down November 18-19 at Willowsprings International Raceway in Rosamond, CA.
Check out the trailer below for a preview of the documentary.