Motorcycle Track Days

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For any rider who would like to improve their riding, learn more about their bike, or simply have a ton of fun, a track day can be the best day ever on their motorcycle. 

There are several organizations in New England who hold regular track days and each has it's own style. You can generally visit the track during a track day and watch for no cost. Contact the hosting organization and let them know you're coming to check out their program: I'm sure they will welcome you.

Beware though: track day riding is addictive. Save your vacations days and don't piss off the boss -- you're going need plenty of time off to feed your Jones.

For a complete listing of Northeast track day organizations, see this page.

For a list of motorcycle track days, scroll-down or click here.


Support the AMA and Motorcycle-Vermont

New membership sign-ups and renewals benefit both

You may know the AMA from their support of big time motorcycle racing, like AMA SuperBike and Super Sport, Flat Track and Motocross. But, did you know the AMA also supports local racing and events?

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Each year, the AMA supports local riders and events like Americade and the Killington Classic. Joining the AMA comes with direct member benefits including:

AMA Member Discounts: Enjoy discounts on lodging (Red Roof Inn in Loudon), motorcycle and car rentals, parts and accessories and admission to the Motorcycle Hall of Fame.

Free Roadside Assistance: The AMA roadside assistance program covers automobiles, motorcycles, motor homes and trailers. Towing is covered up to 35 miles to the nearest qualified service facility. In addition, you’re covered for battery issues, flat-tire assistance, out of fuel and mobile mechanic for your RV. Read the complete details here:

• Support When you join the AMA or renew your membership through this web site, part of your membership fee goes to support Motorcycle-Vermont publishes between 80 and 100 Vermont events each season and offers exclusive coverage of Vermont specific issues.


Why Do A Track Day?

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This is a special guest post from Dan Netting of Bike Track Days Hub

Track Days: NOT Just for Lap Time Chasers

Utter the words ‘Track’ and ‘Day’ to a large majority of riders who aren’t straddling the latest crouch rocket and their thoughts will likely conjure up images of over excited, one-piece donning race rep riders that are merely out to rip through the next corner as fast as they can.

I’m not going to lie, some of the track day crowd do indeed fall into this ego fuelled, Grand Prix wannabe stereotype (who can be easily spotted), but to think that they’re the only type of rider welcome in the track day paddock is just plain wrong.

It is my firm belief that there is an awful lot to be gained from heading out onto a race circuit, regardless of the bike you ride.

Throughout my now substantial experience doing track days around Britain’s best racing circuits, I’ve seen a very wide array of motorcycles out there.

From small 125 learner bikes, to sit up and beg nakeds, long distance adventurers, and idolised motorcycle classics. Heck, I’ve even seen Harley riders venture onto the track once or twice, and they were going well too!

Here are a few reasons why I feel every rider should venture out to the track at least once in their motorcycling lives.

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Northeast Track Days

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