AMA Supermoto Nationals are back

Photo by Marylex Photograpy

The American Motorcyclist Association and USA Supermoto are pleased to announce the AMA Supermoto National Championship Series. The six-round series will kick off at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas, Nev., on March 7.

"Supermoto is an amazing sport to watch and an even more amazing sport to compete in," said AMA Vice President of Operations Jeff Massey. "Since the beginning, supermoto has needed a true grass-roots network U.S. to help sustain the top level of competition. This series will help accomplish that goal by giving today's amateur and sportsman-level competitors a place to race, feeding the sport with expert-level talent going forward, and providing a showcase for sponsors and teams active in the discipline."

The AMA Supermoto National Championship Series will include novice, youth, intermediate, age- and displacement-based classes as well as classes that will feature some of the best supermoto talent in the country. Online registration will be available soon at www.amanationalsupermoto.com.

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No World Supermoto round at Mettet

Club RUMESM announced that they will not organize a Supermoto World Championship round at Mettet in 2014. This round was planned during the Super Biker Mettet on 3, 4 and 5 October 2014.

The organization wants to focus on the further development of the Super Biker with an emphasis on show and spectacle.

Wolf Angersbach #4 2014

#4 Wolf Angersbach A.M.I.R.S. RacingTEAM German Supermoto Rider Class C2/S2 German Supermoto Championship. 

Roadtrip Supermoto 2012 - [Episode 7] : The Long Way Home

(There are english subtitles, don't forget to activate them if you don't speak french)

Four iron-butted french riders who decided to ride the Alps from France to Croatia... Supermoto style! Episode 7 is the last one of the Roadtrip Supermoto series and shows the long way home from Croatia to France. Wheelies, fast riding on curvy roads, crashes, close calls... This episode has it all!

Jake Holden SuperMoto Slide

Jake Holden shows us how to back it in at Musselman Honda Circuit in Tucson, AZ. It was a natural progression for Jake to come into corners sideways on his supermoto bike after years of dirt track racing. When he saw Nickey Hayden do it with his knee down, he knew he had to master it.

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