WERA Motorcycle Roadracing is back at Road Atlanta.
The action is better than ever … including a six-hour endurance race.
Ladies, do the guys in your life think that only boys can race bikes? Ha!
C’mon out to Road Atlanta, Friday – Sunday, June 8th – 10th, and see who’s the fastest and who endures the longest.
Kat Zimpel (right) with Young Guns Racing and Apex Race Services. -- (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
Some of the quickest women on two wheels are racing this weekend and many guys are only going to see the ponytails of these ladies as they fly past.
WERA Cycle Jam is presented by Pirelli — including the WERA National Endurance race, the Michelin/WERA National Series and the Pirelli/WERA Sportsman Series.
Pirelli Tire will have a special promotion at the event through MPH (Motorcycle Power House) for both spectators and riders who purchase Pirelli Tires. You can find Chris Jensen at Road Atlanta or
Click Here for MPHBikes.com.
Jessica from MPH -- Motorcycle Power House. MPHBikes.com -- (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was founded in 1973 and remains the foremost place to develop talent in the sport of motorcycle roadracing. The legacy of Pro riders on a National and World level is legendary.
All events are run by WERA Motorcycle Roadracing and they go coast to coast offering entry-level racing with the Pirelli/WERA Sportsman Series as well as a Pro-Am Series with the Michelin/WERA National Challenge Series which includes the only traveling Endurance Series in the US using the World Endurance platform.
Evelyne Clarke, president of WERA Motorcycle Roadracing, Inc., kindly gave us exceptional access to bring you these pictures.
A Ducati race bike, up close and personal. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
WERA racing at Road Atlanta. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
Grasshopper -- the humble ninja -- visiting Kawasaki WERA racers. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
Jennifer from MPHBikes.com. -- (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
The entry of Ralph Jennings. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
WERA Racing at Road Atlanta. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
The winners were so fast you could hardly see them. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)
Racing Sensation Kat Zimpel on Grasshopper, the humble ninja. (Photo: Robert Sutherland)