Motorcycle Racing News MotoAmerica Road Atlanta MotoAmerica | Military Discount Ticket Package

Road Atlanta MotoAmerica | Military Discount Ticket Package

MotoAmerica Military Discount Ticket Package

Road Atlanta MotoAmerica | Military Discount Ticket Package
Road Atlanta MotoAmerica | Military Discount Ticket Package

If you’re planning to make the trek to Road Atlanta this year for the MotoAmerica races and happen to be an active member of the military, you’re in luck – you’ll be eligible for a nice discount. MotoAmerica has launched a special military discount ticket packages for the upcoming Suzuki Superbike Shootout of Georgia at Road Atlanta on April 15-17 in Braselton, Georgia.

Here is the rundown: tickets from the Military 3-Day Package of a Superticket includes Paddock access and one free parking ticket being sold for $50. Military Saturday and Sunday packages include a Superticket with paddock access and one free parking ticket for $30. And for just $10 dollars, a Military Friday-only package is available.

The Military ticket discounts are available only at registration and if you’d like one, you must present a valid military ID.

“The military is important to all of us at MotoAmerica,” said MotoAmerica partner Chuck Aksland. “So if we can provide a ticket it package that makes it easier for them to come join us at the races, we’re all for it. We want to thank them for their continued support and sacrifice.”

The Suzuki Superbike Shootout of Georgia is round two of the 2016 MotoAmerica AMA/FIM North America Road Racing Championship, a nine-round series that begins at the Circuit of The Americas in Austin, Texas, April 8-10, and wraps up at New Jersey Motorsports Park, September 9-11.

For additional information on ticket packages, visit MotoAmerica.

Nic de Sena
Twin anything, ride everything. No fuss, no muss. Senior Editor.

2021 BMW R 18 Review (19 Fast Facts on the First Edition)

Over a year after its concept debut, the 2021 BMW R 18 has made its way to production. Much has been written about its...

2021 Honda CRF450R Review (12 First Ride Fast Facts from Glen Helen)

The 2021 Honda CRF450R is all-new for 2021. The entirely new chassis, bodywork, exhaust, and hydraulic clutch highlight the changes to the CRF450R. Add to...

Arai Spoiler EX2 for the Corsair-X Helmet First Look

The Arai Corsair-X is the Japanese company’s flagship helmet and intended for riders of the highest performance motorcycle. MotoGP racers Maverick Viñales of Monster...

2021 Indian Scout Lineup First Look: Five Models (Photos, Specs + Prices)

Although the five-motorcycle Indian Scout lineup is functionally unchanged for 2021—last year was a major expansion of the line—this year, Indian is offering new...

2020 Ural Weekender SE First Look: Special Edition Sidecar

Just in time for autumn, Ural lets loose with the 2020 Ural Weekender SE. Based on the 2WD Gear Up model, the Weekender SE...

Royal Enfield American Flat Track Debut: AFT Production Twins Class

Johnny Lewis debuted the Royal Enfield Twins FT in the Production Twins class at the American Flat Track Williams Grove Half-Mile I in Mechanicsburg,...