Gamma introduces 2016 Fieldsheer product range to Canada

July 20, 2015 - For Immediate Release - Gamma Powersports is proud to release the new 2016 collection of Fieldsheer motorcycle street apparel. There have been many changes and additions to this completely new line-up of impressive performance motorcycle apparel.

This past year Fieldsheer tested their existing fabrics along with some new developments in order to reassure the consumers of the effectiveness and proactive ability of materials. There were fabric swatches of current materials submitted to the largest third party testing facility in Asia. The testing apparatus records the number of cycles/revolutions until the abrasive panel breaks through the fabric. 


The tests yielded some very satisfying results. The test that Fieldsheer chose reflected that the strength of the fabric when subjected to sliding with the garment on a tarmac surface.

Fieldsheer doesn’t just believe that fabric testing in itself is enough; CE armour, seam construction and other materials of which the garment is constructed make a difference. In addition, Fieldsheer does its own internal tests to continually improve all aspects of protection for its garments and with 30 years experience in producing motorcycle garments, the company believes they do have an edge over the competition.

Fieldsheer prides themselves on putting cutting-edge technology into all of their products. From their world-class Nanomax ® material to the ultra-reflective Phoslite technology, you can be confident that you'll be impressed with all that the new 2016 line has to offer.

Check out the now available 2016 Fieldsheer line-up at and visit your local Gamma Powersports dealer for purchase inquires.

Monday, 20 July 2015 10:45

Touring Essentials Blog: The Pre-Ride Checklist

Now that riding season is fully underway it is time to get back to good habits to help keep you safe on the roads.

Before you go for a ride, there are a number of things you should check to ensure your bike is as ready to go as you are.

Friday, 26 June 2015 11:16

Tumblin' Todd's Flat Track Blog: Movin' On Up

It could come as a result of age, size or even ability, but one thing is certain in our sport. For those who start racing as children and continue with dirt track racing, at some point you are going to have to move to a bigger bike.

Friday, 12 June 2015 11:50

Latest Supermoto blog with Keith Fowler - the differences in clubs

In this blog I will go over the operation of a few Supermoto clubs to show some distinct differences.


François Cominardi of Supermoto Québec stated they are one of the most successful organizations in North America, yet they do not seek out sponsorship for practice or events. The large turnout they enjoy for each event brings in the required revenue to support the club. Supermoto Québec was the first North American organization to introduce quads at supermoto events over nine years ago. They regularly enjoy practices at the karting track in Trois-Rivières, Montmagny AutoTrack and at all race venues.


MISuperMoto in Michigan does regular changes to their circuit layout for each practice held. Dave Dupris stated they are actively seeking quad riders interested in riding their circuit, and they would be happy to have them join in the events they host. Michigan Supermoto practice and race events are held at their home track Auto City in near Flint, in a city called Clio. Dave is well-known for his event organization skill as evidenced by the renowned Branch Michigan Street race held in the past. This event required a dirt tabletop, fencing, hay bale protection, tire walls and other details all be built in only a few short hours. The execution was like watching a supercross racecourse go into a stadium in fast motion. This was one of the few events I have seen that had well over 2,000 spectators.


The Victoria Supermoto Association is unique compared to many of the other supermoto clubs. Calvin Van E stated they ride at Western Speedway in Victoria, British Columbia on Tuesday nights from April through to September and run a race series consisting of four classes (two races per class, per race night) with a total of 40 races. They run a different layout every practice and have about 15 different layouts. They managed to vary the course layout by adding or taking away corners etc. Layout is decided by track conditions and Mr. Thorns laying it out. They are a non-profit club. Victoria Supermoto does not currently include dirt, and rides entirely on a paved course.

The Rocky Mountain Motards race with the Alberta Mini Roadracing Association at the new North Star Raceway karting circuit in Strathmore, AB. In addition to six races, the club also hosts five test and tune days. Their next race with the AMRA is this weekend, on June 7.

Supermoto Ontario hosts events at the well-established Shanonville Motorsport Park circuit. Both full-day supermoto practices and evening lapping occurs. The fear and excitement are combined with the addition of the Toronto Motorsports Park circuit for the 2015 season. Kevin Kiddle will be doing the bulk load of coursework to be ready for the club’s first event at that course in July.

June 14 will be the first race for Supermoto Ontario in the Shannonville. Supermoto Québec held its first race May 24 in Montmagny QC, and Supermoto Victoria has already commenced their race season as well. MISuperMoto held its first test and tune day at the organization's home track in Clio on May 31.

Feel free to check out each club's website for further details.

- Keith Fowler

Thursday, 04 June 2015 13:49

Photo report: Challenges all around at Burford FTC national round

Round 2 of the Flat Track Canada Championship Series at the Burford Fairgrounds (Burford, ON) saw some intense action on a very challenging race surface. Even though the overall numbers were up from last year, the total number of Experts were way down compared to any other FTC event.

Wednesday, 03 June 2015 13:48

June issue ON SALE NOW!

The June issue of Inside Motorcycles has been landing in mailboxes, inboxes and on better newsstands across the country this week! We've got the Ducati Scrambler, a dual sport ride in southwest Africa, Honda Gold Wing 40th anniversary content and more!

Friday, 22 May 2015 11:59

Trevitt's Blog: Rossi Redoubled!

After four rounds of the 2015 MotoGP season, Valentino Rossi sits atop the standings, with two victories and four podium finishes to his credit. While the Movistar Yamaha rider has definitely taken advantage of his competitors' various misfortunes in the opening rounds, he has just as definitely shown he is capable of winning in a straight-up battle - as he did in convincing fashion by outfoxing Marc Marquez in Argentina.

Friday, 15 May 2015 12:20

Dan Kruger's Race Blog: Racing on Road Courses

Well, it’s that time of the year again where a small group of predominantly Irish motorcycle racers take to the roads and compete in what some think is the craziest form of racing on the planet.

Wednesday, 13 May 2015 13:02

Tumblin’ Todd’s Flat Track Blog: DTX Vs. Framer

For those unaware, I will give you the Coles Notes version of the difference between DTX and ‘framer’ flat track bikes. A DTX machine is a motocross motorcycle that has been turned into a flat tracker via suspension changes and the addition of 19-inch wheels and tires, whereas a framer utilizes a purpose-built racing frame fitted with a motor, wheels, tank, etc.

Wednesday, 29 April 2015 13:19

Trevitt's Blog: Testing, Testing

In any racing effort, from club-level novice to national pro and the world stage, testing plays a vital role. For inexperienced riders, it's more about learning the basic skills of road racing, trying new techniques and simply learning to ride better. At that beginning level, any riding at all can be considered testing; practically every time a novice rider turns a wheel on the track, they learn something new.

Sunday, 19 April 2015 14:58

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