Whether you call them “motorbikes" or “motorcycles” it makes no difference, this site is for you.
AllAboutBikes has been created to bring together every type of rider across the Continental United-States, Canada, Europe, Australia and Asia and everywhere with a passion for two wheel wonders.
This “Vertical Information Portal” has been designed to deliver information specific to our interest as riders. It includes editorial about the Industry, Sport News including all the main championships, Manufacturers and their new and exciting developments, Everyday Riding, Track Days, and much, much more.
Over the course of the 2009 season you will be able to follow riders across all championships in their quests for success. We will also highlight a single rider from the U.S AMA Superbike, World Superbike, MotoGP and the British Superbike series, race-by-race, make sure you fill in this quick questionnaire and tell us who you would like AllAboutBikes to focus on? The riders with the highest votes get the exclusive coverage. Take our Questionnaire.
Post your own track day times to see who has what it takes on specific circuits. AllAboutBikes could be the next American/Pop Idol and discover your talents for the race teams (in my dreams!!)
Find out what is happening in your industry and stay tuned to the latest manufacturer developments as they are released.
Watch out for us at your local track day, exhibition or bike launch, and remember if you like bikes in any shape or form AllAboutBikes is for you.
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When Julian Taylor suggested we meet at the Laguna Seca Raceway in Monterey, I thought it would be a great opportunity for us to catch up on what's been going on in our busy lives for the past few years.
What I didn't expect on this visit was to be completely taken in and mesmerized by a sport that was unfamiliar and almost foreign to me.
I soon realized that the few assumptions I brought with me to the Monterey Peninsula about Superbike Racing were completely inaccurate.
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