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AMA Flat Track — Dating back to post-World War II, flat track is the uniquely American type of motorcycle racing. Riders finesse their machines sideways through the turns, just inches apart from each other, at speeds over 100 mph.
AMA Motocross — Motocross races are conducted on closed dirt courses and have to be a minimum of a half-mile long and a maximum of 2 miles.
AMA Superbike — The AMA Superbike Championship was created to provide an affordable, level playing field for professional race teams, and as a platform for motorcycle manufacturers to showcase their production sport-performance models. Its success led to international adoption by FIM and subsequent implementation in virtually every developed country in the world.
AMA Supercross — Supercross is conducted within a stadium-type facility on a specially-constructed dirt race track.
AMA Supermoto — Motocross for dual sport bikes!
British Superbike — Superbikes are big, highly powered with a sexy appeal of passion, thrills and glamour rich in appeal to a growing number of race goers, many of whom ride to the Championship events around the country on the showroom look-alike versions of these superb machines.
Canadian Superbike — Parts Canada Superbike Championship is Canada's premiere motorcycle racing challenge with 7 rounds and 6 classes participating at each event.
The Official MotoGP Site — MotoGP is the world's premier motorcycling championship, with a season of 18 Grand Prix in 16 countries bringing together the world's top motorcycle manufacturers such as Honda, Yamaha, Suzuki, Ducati, Kawasaki, Aprilia and KTM - plus an elite crop of riders from every corner of the globe.
World Superbike — Superbike World Championship (also known as SBK) is the premier worldwide superbike Championship. Once regarded by the public as the poor cousin to the more glamorous MotoGP championship, Superbike World Championship has grown over the years into one of the top professional road racing series in the world.

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