MotoAmerica – North America’s new road-racing series spearheaded by three-time 500cc GP Champion Wayne Rainey – is challenging riders to take on the 2.54-mile Road Atlanta. But not on a motorcycle – rather, a bicycle.
The MotoAmerica Bicycle Challenge is set for Friday, April 17, during round two of the series at the 12-turn circuit in Alabama.
MotoAmerica says with its 12 turns and plenty of elevation changes, Road Atlanta will most definitely pose a challenge to those pushing pedals. But wait, there’s more: There’s a good chance you may end up rubbing elbows with a MotoAmerica racer (or 10!)… now that’s an an opportunity you can’t pass up.
“Most of our top road racers use bicycles as their primary training method,” said MotoAmerica partner Chuck Aksland. “Chances are you will get the chance to rub elbows with some of those racers while testing your fitness on a really cool racetrack with plenty of hills.”
The MotoAmerica Bicycle Challenge begins at 5 p.m. Friday, April 17, following the opening practices for the Honda Superbike Challenge of Road Atlanta.
Night tickets for the event are $20 at the gate. For more information and to purchase tickets for the Honda Superbike Challenge of Road Atlanta, visit https://www.roadatlanta.com/motoamerica-tickets.