Motorcycle Sport – A Wide Field of Sporting Events for Motorcycle Lovers

Are you looking for a sport that is exciting, fast paced and skilled? Do you want to be able to watch this particular sport from all around the world? For you and many other liked minded people, motorcycle sport may well be of interest. There are so many different types of motorcycle sport too, that there's pretty much something for everyone. It doesn't necessarily involve racing or a timed speed event either. There are a range of other disciplines such as those that are a test of a rider's skill, rather than how fast they can ride.

Motorcycle sport events come in a range of types and styles

It's possible to broadly divide motorcycle sport into three categories. These three categories can then be further divided into a number of disciplines.

Track racing

Obstacle events

Team sports

Latest news

Silverstone will continue to host the British round of the MotoGP

25/3/2018

motogp at silverstone Tickets went on sale in November for the 2018 British Grand Prix. Silverstone will continue to host the event for the next three years. The British round will take place in Northamptonshire on August bank holiday week and it's hoped that champion Marc Marquez will be taking on rivals such as Valentino, Doviziosio, Lorenzo and Vinales. Cal Crutchlow is also hoping to return and get back on the podium on home soil.

British Superbike is introducing a Junior Supersport class for 2018

16/3/2018

It has been decided by BSB bosses that a new Junior Supersport series will run alongside a series of support classes for next year. It will be replacing the KTM RC Cup and is aimed at riders between the age of 14 and 22. The regulations it will adopt come from the Supersport 300 World Championship. A number of different bikes will be eligible to race including Yamaha's YZF-R3, Honda's CBR500RR, KTM's RC390 and Kawasaki's new Ninja 400. Read more news at our dedicated page.

Famous riders

Casey Stoner

image of Casey Stoner No rider before and since has been able to make the Ducati work for them like Casey Stoner. He may not be the highest title winner but is known for his ability to push any bike to its limits. His natural ability to adapt to any bike means he doesn't have to have the best bike in the world to win a race.

Wayne Rainey

image of Wayne Rainey The height if this riders career came during the peak of 500cc GP racing. While other riders were being flicked off their steeds he was recognized for his ability to stay in control while all about him were losing theirs. Riding a medium bike he managed to win 3 world titles, and there aren't many riders who can claim to have done that.

Find more riders here.