2014 OFFICIAL SCHEDULE!!!
Has been posted!
We will be at Mac Track the weekend Sunday April 6th. The track will not be open on Saturday, so this will be a practice day. A special gate opening time of 9 am will be in effect for this event due to the single day practice.
Gates open at 10 am Saturday and 8 am Sunday on 2 day events.
Kids are welcome to ride here but please remember to bring a notarized copy of their birth certificate that we can keep for insurance purposes. It sucks but those are the rules.
All races are at Mac (Yamhill County Fairgrounds) Mcminville Oregon
Open Practice will be available Saturday before scheduled race for 2 day events
McMinnville Weather Forecast, OR (97128)
We are a diverse group of motorcycle enthusiasts that enjoy taking our passion to the next level. Our members consist of pro and semi-pro level racers, club racers, track day participants, and motorcycle commuters. The main thing we have in common is the drive to push a motorcycle to each of our respective personal limits (and beyond on occasion) in a safe and controlled environment.
One of the main reasons for forming the Oregon Superbikers was to provide a place for our younger children to learn the finer points of road racing at an early stage in riding development. We also strive to teach more than just riding skills, we believe that our kids are building relationships and learning lessons that will be with them a lifetime. This sport has a funny way of teaching a child exactly what they need. We have seen the most introverted and shy child come out of their shell with a boost in both self esteem and a new found confidence. On the flip side, we have also witnessed the overly aggressive extrovert receive a reality check and become much more respectful of their environment due to participation in motor sports. Most importantly, we are promoting a family atmosphere where every child is a winner!
We at Oregon Superbikers truly believe that our sport offers the best of both worlds between team and individual competition. There is no doubt that when the helmet goes on you are an individual, everything come into a sharp personal focus; it is just you, the bike, and the track! But, when the session comes to an end and you remove the helmet, you will experience a camaraderie with your fellow racers that is virtually unattainable elsewhere.