Trevitt returns home and joins Inside Motorcycles team

(TORONTO, ON / FEBRUARY 2, 2012) One of Canada’s best known motorcycle racers and journalists has come home, as former road race champion Andrew Trevitt has joined the roster of Inside Motorcycles magazine.

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Parts Canada To Support McCormick On World Stage

Calgary, Alberta – Parts Canada proudly announces its support to 2011 Canadian Superbike Champion Brett McCormick for his 2012 season with Effenbert Liberty Racing. The talented 20-year-old from Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, will compete in the Superstock 1000 FIM Cup aboard the new Ducati 1199 Panigale.

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Mopar is 2012 Canadian Superbike Title Sponsor

TORONTO, ON (December 9, 2011) – Frontline CSBK Inc., organizer of Canada’s National motorcycle road racing series, is excited to announce that Chrysler Canada’s Mopar® brand is the new title sponsor of the 2012 Canadian Superbike Championship.

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Canadian Superbike Returns to Circuit Mont-Tremblant

TORONTO, ON (December 6, 2011) – The Canadian Superbike Championship will return to Circuit Mont-Tremblant in the Laurentian Mountains in Quebec next summer, with a National motorcycle roadracing event at the famed venue August 10-12. This event at “Le Circuit” marks the return to Mont-Tremblant for the National motorcycle tour, after a layoff of five years.

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Canadian Superbike Championship Plans For 2012 Season

CSBK PLANS FOR THE YEAR AHEAD

TORONTO, ON (November 4, 2011) – Planning for next year’s 2012 Canadian Superbike Championship is well underway, according to series organizers Frontline CSBK. Central sponsors including BMW Motorrad Canada, Deeley Harley-Davidson® Canada, Honda Canada and Mopar have confirmed their intention to continue supporting the National Series; a season schedule is currently under development and will be announced at the Toronto Motorcycle show opening on December 9th.

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Canadian Superbike TV Coverage Starts November 7

‘MOTORCYCLE MANIA’ SET TO LAUNCH NOVEMBER 7 AT 8PM EST ON radX

TORONTO, Ont.  – The countdown is on to the debut of ‘Parts Canada Motorcycle Mania’ on radX Monday, November 7, at 8pm EST.

‘Parts Canada Motorcycle Mania’, sponsored by BMW Motorrad Canada and Deeley Harley Davidson, is a two and a half hour block of dedicated motorcycle racing coverage on radX each Monday night at 8pm EST. The two wheeled programming window includes High Definition of coverage of the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada and the second season of the award winning documentary series ‘Ultimate Superbike’.

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No More Factory Kawasaki Superbike Team For CSBK

CSBK Thanks Canadian Kawasaki for Three Decades of Successful Racing

TORONTO, ON (September 22, 2011) – Frontline CSBK Inc., Canada’s premier road racing series organizer of the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada would like take this opportunity to thank Kawasaki for their long-time support.

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Szoke Wins Wet Season Ender at Mosport

SZOKE STOPS McCORMICK STREAK

BOWMANVILLE, Ont. (August 21) – Brett McCormick’s bid for a perfect season in the Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada fell just short in a wet final round at Mosport International Raceway on Sunday.

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Parts Canada To Sponsor CSBK Television Coverage

PARTS CANADA TO SPONSOR radX ‘MOTORCYCLE MANIA’

TORONTO, Ont. (August 21) – Canadian Superbike Championship title sponsor Parts Canada has also been confirmed as sponsor of ‘Motorcycle Mania’ on the High Definition radX television network this fall.

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CSBK: McCormick is Canadian Superbike Champion

McCORMICK CLINCHES SUPERBIKE TITLE

BOWMANVILLE, Ont. (August 20) – Brett McCormick celebrated his 20th birthday in style by clinching his first Canadian Superbike Championship by Parts Canada title with a dramatic victory at Mosport International Raceway on Saturday.

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