Tim McGill snapped hundreds of colourful shots for Inside Motorcycles at round 2 of the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship in Grand Bend, ON, June 9-11. Here's another assortment of images from "The Bend" - enjoy!
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 16:21 Published in Reports, Results & Points
For the international launch of its fresh, youthful 2017 Rebel 300 and 500 models, Honda chose the oceanfront neighbourhood of Venice Beach, California. The vibrant location, what with its trendy restaurants, cafés and free-spirited community, served as the perfect backdrop for the exciting new Rebel series.
Tuesday, 04 April 2017 17:06 Published in Feature Stories
Harley-Davidson chose Montreal, QC as the host city for the first public viewing of the just-announced 2017 Street Rod. We brought you the report on the bike already - visit the link below to check that out - but we sent one of our fave photographers, Paolo Pedicelli, to New City Gas in MTL to take in the scene. Enjoy the photos!
Monday, 20 March 2017 16:16 Published in Feature Stories
Tim McGill was one of the shooters on the scene for Inside Motorcycles at the 2016 Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship doubleheader at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park on August 20-21. Check out a sampling of his fine work in this gallery!
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 11:55 Published in Reports, Results & Points
Better late than never, they say. On that note, here are our photos from the Flat Track Canada round held at Flamboro Downs racetrack outside of Hamilton, ON on Saturday, August 6. Enjoy and share around!
Friday, 19 August 2016 11:54 Published in Reports, Results & Points
Inside Motorcycles photographer Paolo Pedicelli snapped some fantastic photos of all the hottest action at the Salon Moto de Montréal, aka The Motorcycle Shows - Montreal, held February 26-28. Enjoy!
Monday, 29 February 2016 12:49 Published in News
Photos from the Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship doubleheader at Castrol Raceway in Edmonton, AB. All photos by Patrick Lambie.
Defending CSBK Superbike champ Jodi Christie had a couple of crashes in Edmonton but still managed to get on three podiums over the weekend. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Local top Superbike racer Justin Knapik performed well and was fastest among the western contingent in Edmonton. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Suzuki pilot Trevor Daley had a solid weekend, finishing fifth in Pro Superbike race 1 and third in race 2. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Amateur Superbike racer Stephane Chimot speeds around the Castrol track on his Honda CBR1000RR. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Trevor Daley's new paint scheme on his OneSpeed/Parts Canada/Suzuki-backed GSX-R1000 is a real looker. Photo by Patrick Lambie
The front grid in Pro Sport Bike. (Left to right) Jodi Christie, Kenny Riedmann, Tomas Casas and Louie Raffa. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Defending Pro Sport Bike champ Kenny Riedmann in 'the tuck' on his Triumph Daytona 675R. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Jodi Christie. Photo by Patrick Lambie
With four wins in four tries so far this year, Jordan Szoke is poised to turn that 101 into a 1 by year's end. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Szoke set a new track record, qualified on the pole and won both Superbike features in Edmonton. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Daley, Knapik and the rest of the Pro Superbike gang. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Vancouver's Spiro Benias came to Edmonton to compete on his Suzuki GSX-R600 in Pro Sport Bike. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Riedmann had a great outing in Edmonton with four podiums: two wins in Hindle Pro Sport Bike and a second and third in the Superbike mains. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Hometowner Ian Wall strugged to a pair of DNFs at Castrol Raceway. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Szoke talks with Inside Motorcycles columnist and CSBK announcer Frank Wood on the podium. Photo by Patrick Lambie
Friday, 17 July 2015 15:27 Published in Reports, Results & Points
Those who braved the cold temps on Friday and Saturday and the snow blast on Sunday were treated to another fantastic running of the North American International Motorcycle Supershow, held January 3-5 at the International Centre in Mississauga, ON. Everything from new models to charity rides, vintage bikes, award presentations and custom builder competitions were part of what is considered to be the largest motorcycle show in North America.
Tuesday, 07 January 2014 10:32 Published in Reports, Results & Points