Top Cop for Kids Motorcycle Skills Challenge to benefit the New Hampshire Chapter of Speedway Children’s Charities (S2 Lot). NH Motor Speedway.
Join us for our inaugural Top Cop Motorcycle Skills Challenge at New Hampshire Motor Speedway! This skill-based competition is and opportunity for regional police officers as well as non-police riders to show off their abilities on two wheels… all while helping area children in need!
The course will be open for practice on Saturday, June 10, 2023, with the competition taking place on Sunday, June 11, 2023. There will also be a fun course set up for any licensed motorcycle rider to test their skills and earn bragging rights among their fellow riders.
Registration is $50 per police or civilian rider taking part in the timed challenge and $10 per rider for the fun course. Timed challenge spots are limited, so don’t wait to register for your spot.
Special thanks to ProRider 603 for their support of the event!
Registration Opening Soon!
Penguin Racing School at NH Motor Speedway, June 14th & 15th from 9am to 7pm. Register at www.nhms.com
H.O.G. Pin Stop at NH Motor Speedway. June 10th – 17th from 9 am to 5 pm.
Demo Rides at NHMS: Katancha & Harley-Davidson host the largest demo ride course in the area, along with a vendor mall & food court, each day from 10 am to 5 pm (S1 Lot). Demo ride registration ends at 4:30 pm daily. Check out the top manufacturers in the world such as Harley-Davidson Motor Company!
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Loudon Classic at New Hampshire Motor Speedway: www.nhms.com. The 100th annual Loudon Classic Middleweight Grand Prix will headline the second weekend on Saturday, June 17th & 18th. Known as the longest-running motorcycle race in America, the Classic has been held on-site since long before the speedway was built, when it was simply a road course known as Bryar Motorsports Park. The weekend will bring three Championship Cup Series regions (Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Atlantic) together, with riders traveling from as far as Florida. The Loudon Road Race Series will compete in round three of Championship Cup Series racing, and the Granite State Legends Cars, which are powered by motorcycle engines, will race in the Road Course Series. Throughout the three days (June 19-21) there will be no shortage of action with over 30 races on the 1.6-mile road course. Divisions include classes such as Formula 1, Formula 2, Formula 3, Formula 4, Formula 40, Formula 50, GP, Grand Prix, GTL, GTO, GTU, Motard, Moto 3, Sportsman, Superbike, Super Singles, Supersport, Super Twins and Thunderbike with the ASRA Team Challenge on Friday, June 19.