Here’s a look at some of this weekend’s events.
The second CSBK round takes place this weekend at Autodrome St. Eustache. Will Andrew Nelson hang on to his lead in the Superbike series? Will Stacey Nesbitt move forward in the CBR250R series? Will Costa take out another rival journo? Show up and find out! Racing, as always, starts after Friday and Saturday’s practice rounds; the CBR250R series runs Saturday and Sunday, and all the other races run on Sunday.
The ninth annual Horsethief Hideout rally runs this weekend, Friday-Sunday in Invermere, B.C.; it includes a poker tournament with a $1000 pot, a poker run on Saturday, camping, and live music. Cost to attend is $30 for the whole weekend. Bands include Mighty Joe Young, Bloom, Overtones and Boogie Patrol. You can find out more details here.
If poker runs aren’t your thing, B.C. riders can also watch the first round of the Royal Distributing Canadian Enduro Championship, in Vernon this Saturday and Sunday. This all-new stop in the series is hosted by the Vernon Motorcycle Club. You can find more details here.
This is also the ninth annual running for the R.O.C.K. Ride in Sarnia, Ontario. All of the proceeds from this fundraiser go to Childhood Cancer Canada; the ride starts at Motorsports Harley-Davidson and runs 210km run through Lambton and Kent Counties, ending at the Stubborn Mule in Sarnia. There’s a rest stop mid-route with BBQ and live music.
Riders need $40 in pledges to ride, but passengers are free. The first 100 participants will receive a free T-shirt. More details are available here.
The first annual Rally in the St. Croix Valley is also running all week long in Charlotte County, N.B., ending on Sunday. Local riders started this festival this summer after Atlanticade departed to Summerside, PEI, from St. Andrews, New Brunswick. Check out their website here.