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Supermoto East Coast continues as FIM North America Supermoto Championship

The East Coast based company - Supermoto East Coast (known as SMEC) - was formed to organize and promote Supermoto events at all levels starting with a local series to a National Pro series. SMEC has dedicated themselves to provide racers with a professional racing environment and the highest level of competition over the last one and a half seasons since SMEC was created. Having extensive knowledge of the European SuperMoto market, Co-founders Marco Pedde and Jay Kliger have made it their mission to build a similar structure and race atmosphere here in North America.

SMEC is proud to announce that the current 2014 AMA Supermoto East Coast Championship Series will now continue as the "FIM North America Supermoto Championship" series for the remainder of the season and for years to come. FIM-NA Supermoto is now associated with the surrounding sanctioning bodies: American Motorcycle Association (AMA),Canadian Motorcycle Association (CMA) Supermoto Quebec and Supermoto Ontario. With the support of these organizations FIM-NA Supermoto will be able to provide Supermoto racing events across North America for the remainder of 2014 and into 2015, as well as for years to come.

Read more: Supermoto East Coast continues as FIM North America Supermoto Championship

Winter Crazy Stunt on Ice - Supermoto - Stepan Maslov

The short video about our trip to gorgeous lake. It was the end of winter, so the lake still had been covered with thick sheet of ice. Stuntriding would be impossible without the special wheels all in screws, made by the hands in garage. So check what it was all about.

StuntFreaksTeam - Supermoto Summer

Must watch! One of the best Supermoto videos of the year.

SMGP of Europe 2014 - 26mn magazine - Supermoto

Don't have much time? Check out the 5 min highlights here

Hermunen back on top in S1 and “The King” marches on in SM2

Supermoto fans lined the circuit at Castelletto di Branduzzo today as they witnessed some crazy goings-on at round five of the FIM Supermoto World Championship and SM2 European Championship, as they witnessed Mauno Hermunen regain control of the S1 Championship, Asseri Kinngelin assert his authority in SM2 and a little bit of history being made as Ivan Lazzarini stood on the top step of the podium.

Read more: Hermunen back on top in S1 and “The King” marches on in SM2

Yamaha XT600 by Luca & Two Right Hands

Check out this cool Yamaha XT600 build by Luca & Two Right Hands. Check out more at Bikeshed.cc

Team Report: L30 RACING - Supermoto

Experience the real SMGP life with Team L30 Racing.

Broapaholics - On The Move [2014]

Thomas Chareyre and Kingelin take charge at SMGP of Italy in Cremona

Hot, sweltering conditions in Italy proved difficult for some riders both S1 World Championship and SM2 European Championship.

But when the chequered flag fell, it was Thomas Chareyre who gained ground on his rivals in S1, as Asseri is the new King’ of SM2.

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Read more: Thomas Chareyre and Kingelin take charge at SMGP of Italy in Cremona

Adrien Chareyre and Sylvain Bidart fight for points at Lohéac

Fast Wheels/Team Blot Aprilia rider Adrien Chareyre wins the 5th round of the French Supermoto Championship at Lohéac after a 2nd place in race 1 and a win in race 2.
Luc1 Honda's Sylvain Bidart finished 2nd overall with a 1-2 score. Husqvarna rider Waren Bougard(3-3) finished 3rd overall.

Sylvain Bidart leads the championship with a 47 point lead over Waren Bougard.

Full results

Read more: Adrien Chareyre and Sylvain Bidart fight for points at Lohéac