Two weekends ago, in Jefferson, Texas, was the 15th annual Diamond Don’s Vintage Motocross National. Approximately 900 racers came from all over the world to compete on the various formats. Thursday hosted a trials riding championship, Friday was a cross country competition and the weekend was the vintage and post vintage MX portion. Diamond Don’s is an RV park most of the year and only allows dirt bikes for one week annually. Like the race courses of old, the grass course is roped off a day before the race, and nothing is man made. Not unlike event itself, Jefferson is packed full of history. On the very same property as the race lay the ruins of one of the first Texas sawmills. A few motocross legends were spotted here over weekend like Brad Lackey, Broc Glover. Guy Cooper and Trampas Parker were not only in attendance, but also competed. Saturday was also the “100cc Battle of the Bayou” championship for 100cc bikes expert and intermediate. Here are some images from the racing on Saturday.