The CSBK season opens at Shannonville this weekend. Here’s who’s racing, who isn’t, and other information on the upcoming season.
With Canadian Superbike’s season about to start, two more sponsors are stepping up to support the racing.
Photos by Rob MacLennan, Don Empey, and Heather Bashow Day One It’s Friday and my 2018 Kawasaki Ninja 400 is looking rough. White duct tape covers the headlight ports in the stock body work. Another web of tape replaces the passenger seat. When you order a bike that nobody in North America is yet making … Continue reading CSBK Report: Shannonville Shakedown
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.
Canadian Superbike will return to television this summer, with the races broadcast the weekend after the original event.
Canadian Superbike organizers will allow anything from Kawasaki Ninja 250 to Honda CBR500 in new beginner-friendly sportbike 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.
Next year’s Canadian Superbike schedule has been announced; it’s basically the same as last year’s, with the same tracks in the same order.
The Canadian Superbike double-header at Canadian Tire Motorsports Park will feature two races in the new Lightweight class.