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Jordan Szoke is ready for the 2012 Mopar Canadian Superbike Championship and has introduced his 2012 title sponsors Waznie Racing, Parts Canada and BMW Mottorrad. Szoke will aim to regain his title in the feature Pro Superbike class aboard a pair of 2012 BMW S1000RR's.

The Canadian Motorcycle Drag Racing Association presented by Parts Canada and Drag Specialties kicks off an exciting 2012 season on May 26-27 with the Rendez-Vous Nationals at Napierville Dragway in Quebec, just south of Montreal.
It was a jam-packed pre-event press conference at Le Mans circuit yesterday, with reigning World Champion Casey Stoner announcing his retirement from racing at the end of 2012, and MotoGP favourite Valentino Rossi proclaiming his desire to remain in the series until at least 2014, dismissing any rumours of the…

From MotoGP.com- Reigning MotoGP World Champion Casey Stoner confirmed today that he would retire from the sport at the end of the 2012 season. The Repsol Honda rider addressed the media at the start of the official pre-event press conference for the Monster Energy Grand Prix de France, making a short statement…
Frontline CSBK Inc., organizer of the Mopar CSBK Canadian Superbike Series, announced their ongoing partnership with Medical Data Carrier IM Inc. makers of the Medical Data Carrier for helmets.

Clarksville, Indiana-based GPtech confirmed today that it has secured a wildcard grid spot and will compete in the MotoGP class at the Red Bull Indianapolis Grand Prix on August 17-19 at Indianapolis Motor Speedway.  The performance parts importer/distributor has contracted Mississauga-based BCL Motorsports to design a billet aluminum frame, while…
Motorcycle enthusiasts who have always wanted to test an Aprilia now have a chance at the World Superbike Championship in Salt Lake City from May 26-28, 2012. The company will be offering product test rides, product display, official merchandise and apparel and owner gift packs at Miller Motorsports Park in…
Inside Motorcycles exclusive from Colin Fraser- BMW Motorrad Motorsport first year pilot Marco Melandri of Italy scored the long-awaited breakthrough win for the S1000 RR model in the opening race of eni Superbike World Championship round five action at Donington Park in the United Kingdom on May 13.

From a press release from Frontline CSBK Inc: K&N Performance Filters will be the title sponsor for the 2012 Pro Sport Bike class in the MOPAR Canadian Superbike Championship, announced Kevin Graham of series organizers Frontline CSBK Inc.  A series supporter since 2010, K&N will move their support to the…
Exclusive for Inside Motorcycles by Colin Fraser- Kawasaki’s Tom Sykes was the only real winner at Monza on Sunday, May 6, in round four of the 2012 eni Superbike World Championship.  Troubled by ever changing weather since the Championship Series returned to Europe for round two at Imola, Italy a…
Frontline CSBK announced the addition of another sponsor to the Canadian Superbike series today. Bazzaz will support the 2012 Canadian Superbike Amateur Championship, the class that was introduced in 2011 to compliment the feature Pro Superbike class. 

Thousands of women around the world are celebrating their passion for motorcycles today by participating in the 6th annual International Female Ride Day and a number of manufacturers are also showing their support. The event, founded by Toronto, Ontario’s Vicki Gray, invites women around the world to “just ride” on…
After attending the first two rounds on the AMA GoPro Daytona Sportbike schedule, Canadian racer Ben Young and the BYR/Fogi Racing team have made the tough decision to skip the upcoming round at Infineon Raceway in California. “It was a very difficult decision to not make the trip to Infineon…
Reigning Canadian Superbike champion Brett McCormick returned home to Saskatoon, Saskatchewan last week where he continues to recover from injuries sustained during round three of the eni Superbike World Championship Series at Assen, Netherlands on April 22.

They say time flies when you’re having fun. It’s hard to believe the World Superbike Championship is celebrating its 25th anniversary this coming weekend in Monza, Italy.
Reigning Canadian Superbike Champion Brett McCormick was slated to have surgery on his injured thumb today at his home hospital in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. 
From MotoGP.com- In order to ensure the highest standards of medical services to the riders in the FIM MotoGP™ World Championship, the FIM and Dorna Sports SL have agreed a significant development in the provision of medical services at Grand Prix events.

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