25/05/2014

Experience the Thrills of Racing Excitement at the Triumph Superbike Classic, June 21-22, 2014

Some of the world’s top riders and teams will compete for victory at likely the most scenic, fan-friendly race track on the globe, Barber Motorsports Park in Birmingham, Ala.  The Triumph lineup includes Daytona 200 champion Danny Eslick of the Riders Discount Racing team, Auto Club Speedway winner Bobby Fong with the Latus Motors Racing/Castrol team, and hometown favorite Jason DiSalvo riding for the Sportbike Track Time/Castrol team.

For a limited time, Triumph is offering exclusive COMPLIMENTARY ticket packages to the Triumph Superbike Classic.  Mark your calendars to join these racers plus Elena Myers and the Apex Mfg./Castrol/Triumph team and Canadian Superbike standout Kenny Riedmann with Riedmann Management/Castrol/Triumph on June 21-22 at this natural terrain road course nestled in the Alabama hills.

Visit your local Triumph dealership today to secure your ticket package for two people with our compliments. Your race weekend experience includes:

  • Two-day (Saturday and Sunday) general admission access;
  • Paddock passes to the race teams’ garage area;
  • Exclusive Triumph Motorcycle Corral parking in the FanZone; and
  • Complimentary Triumph Fan Laps on the track at the conclusion of Saturday’s races.*

While you’re there stop in to see the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, which was recently named the “World’s Largest Motorcycle Museum” by Guinness World Records with 1,400 rare and unique vintage and modern motorcycles (additional fee required for admittance to Museum).

To receive the complimentary ticket package and for more information, please visit your nearest Triumph dealer.

*Triumph riders will lead the lap of the track on Saturday.  Non-Triumph riders are welcome to ride for a nominal fee ($30). Visit your nearest dealer for more details. 


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