MotoAmerica has teamed up with REVER, the world’s leading motorcycle ride-planning, tracking, and sharing platform, to share great rides to, from and around Sonoma Raceway. Wine country is rich with great riding opportunities, REVER helps you find them.
MotoAmerica has teamed up with REVER, the world’s leading motorcycle ride-planning, tracking, and sharing platform, to share great rides to, from and around Sonoma Raceway. Wine country is rich with great riding opportunities, REVER helps you find them. Join the MotoAmerica Community and Go Ride!
Are you selling your motorcycle? Cycle Gear and MotoAmerica invite you to display it at this year's Cycle Gear Sonoma Championship at Sonoma Raceway. In fact, you can get a FREE pass to the event for you and your motorcycle! Click and fill out the form! (Space is limited. First-come, first serve).
Do you have a motorcycle that is pre-1989? MotoAmerica wants to give you and your old steed a FREE pass for this year’s Cycle Gear Championship of Sonoma! Join Cycle Gear, MotoAmerica and special guest judge, David Edwards—long time editor of Cycle World magazine—on the morning of August 10th at Sonoma Raceway. We will start the day with a 50-ish-mile ride through the Sonoma countryside. After that, your bikes will be parked in the paddock while owners enjoy a day at the Cycle Gear Championship of Sonoma, for FREE! Your bike will be on display for other fans to ogle, then judged with awards handed out prior to the Superbike race. Space is limited. Click and learn more!
Everyone loves a carnival, and most MotoAmerica race weekends* feature a Kids’ Zone Carnival Midway that’s complete with free games like Water Race, Balloon Pop, Alien Stars, Flip-A-Chick, and Ducks Away, along with Milk Can Mania and Ring The Bottle. Kids can also enjoy the Bounce House plus, some race weekends include the Hi-Striker where you can test your strength by swinging a mallet and sending the puck to the top of the 18-foot-high tower. There’s plenty of fun to be had in the MotoAmerica Carnival Midway, and all that fun is free with your MotoAmerica ticket.
*Check race event schedule for more information.
Whether you’ve got a pup tent, a tent trailer, a camper, or a full-size RV, MotoAmerica race weekends are even better when you stay right at the track. There’s nothing like having MotoAmerica road racing literally right at your doorstep. Most of the racetracks on the MotoAmerica schedule feature camping accommodations that include everything from electrical hookups to showers.
The MotoAmerica Dunlop M4 Suzuki Two-Seater Superbike Program, run by Team Hammer, Inc., gives fans, VIPs, and media representatives an on-track experience otherwise reserved solely for MotoAmerica’s elite Superbike racers. Two-seater rides are available at each stop on the MotoAmerica calendar, and fans who make a monetary donation of $500 to the Roadracing World Action Fund will get to take a ride. The Roadracing World Action Fund, a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, promotes motorcycle racing safety, and in particular, encourages and facilitates the use of soft air barriers at motorcycle racing events, including all MotoAmerica races.
If you ride a motorcycle, then ride it to the track and park it in the free motorcycle parking corral provided by Russ Brown.
MotoAmerica’s Full Throttle Packages put you up-close and personal with the sights, sounds, and stars of the EBC Brakes Superbike Series.
A Full Throttle Ticket provides general admission with paddock access, a parking pass, escorted cold pit-lane access to EBC Brakes Superbike Qualifying Practice 1 and Qualifying Practice 2, escorted EBC Brakes Superbike Race 1 and 2 grid access (limited to ages 16 and over), and preferred viewing of both post-race EBC Brakes Superbike podium celebrations. Or, you can step up to the Full Throttle VIP Hospitality Package that includes general admission with paddock access, a VIP Parking Pass, VIP Hospitality with hot and cold beverages, lunch, and snacks, preferred pit-lane viewing access to EBC Brakes Superbike Qualifying Practice 1 and Qualifying Practice 2, escorted EBC Brakes Superbike Race 1 and 2 grid access (limited to ages 16 and over), and preferred viewing of both post-race EBC Brakes Superbike podium celebrations.