The CSBK season opens at Shannonville this weekend. Here’s who’s racing, who isn’t, and other information on the upcoming season.
Canadian Superbike series will feature a very diverse selection of machines this year, from the rumours we’ve heard.
Kawasaki is putting money up for Canadian Superbike’s Pro Superbike, Pro Sport Bike and Amateur Lightweight Sport Bike classes this year.
Auto and motorcycle racing facility will end motorsports activities after next season, as land is expropriated.
Canadian Superbike will return to television this summer, with the races broadcast the weekend after the original event.
Colin Fraser walks us through basic modifications to a Yamaha R3 roadracer.
Want to race your Ninja 250, or your KTM RC390, or your CBR500, or … ? Show up at the Toronto show next week for information on the new roadracing series.
Markus Reiterberger gets another win in the in-house BMW competition, but Szoke still gets a decent payday for his hard work in Canadian Superbike.
Canadian Superbike champion still stands to earn a nice cheque if he keeps in second place.
If he wins the competition, Szoke stands to collect a 15,000 Euro prize for first place.