All Roads Lead To MotoAmerica! Sonoma Raceway Wrap Up.

A snapshot from the Sonoma MotoAmerica Weekend.

Supersport action from Sonoma Raceway, with Hayden Gillim (69) out front followed by Bryce Prince (74) and former zillion-time Superbike Champ Josh Hayes (4).

“There are only three sports: bullfighting, motor racing, and mountaineering; all the rest are merely games.”—Ernest Hemingway

Ol' Hemingway seems spot on. We love going to motorcycle races. The technology, rider ability and pure competition makes a day at the races 100-percent inspiration. That said, we like to have a bit of fun ourselves, and so do the fans of the MotoAmerica Cycle Gear Championship of Sonoma. For that reason, REVER created a MotoAmerica Community and stocked that pond with 12 great rides. Inside, are 2,430 miles of epic riding in all.

Check a couple of the rides out in 3D!

In addition to the rides, REVER helped produce the first ever MotoAmerica Floats & Needles Run. This event invited riders to bring their 1989 and older machines to Sonoma Raceway.  REVER laid out a fun route, just under 60 miles. After riding, the participants had special VIP parking in the paddock for judging by none other than The Vintagent’s Paul D’Orleans.

Winner, Winner! Tom Adler of MotoAmerica’s Team Adler Racing shared his 1986 Suzuki RG500 Gamma Walter Wolf Limited Edition, one of only 99 originally produced and never technically brought into the US. Stunning to look at. Magical to listen to.
Motorcycles bring families together. Dad and son enjoyed a lovely Sonoma morning ride and a day at the races. Peter Femenia (Dad) rode a super clean 1975 Yamaha R5 that ran perfectly and took home the award for best Japanese motorcycle. Son PJ, rode his 1972 Honda CL350 Scrambler.

Join the MotoAmerica Community on REVER.  We will be adding rides for other series stops soon!

TIPS:

"You don't stop riding when you get old, you get old when you stop riding."
― Anonymous

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