The 2024 version of the MotoAmerica Steel Commander Superbike Championship makes their season debut this weekend at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta with four other race classes also in action. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

This weekend’s MotoAmerica Superbikes at Road Atlanta event will feature the season debut of the Steel Commander Superbike Championship, which is MotoAmerica’s premier race class. A full field of 24 Superbike riders will take to the iconic Georgia track for practice, qualifying, and two feature races.

Supersport will also have their first points-paying weekend (the Daytona 200 held this past March is a standalone event that is not part of the Supersport season championship), and 44 riders–the largest race class competing at Road Atlanta–will be on track to thrill the fans. This year’s rider lineup is stacked with talent, and several riders who formerly raced in Superbike, will be aboard middleweight motorcycles this season.

Fresh off their debut on the world stage this past weekend alongside MotoGP at Circuit of The Americas, the Mission King Of The Baggers Championship will be in action again this weekend as 13 riders bring the thunder to Road Atlanta for their third points-paying round of the season.

MotoAmerica’s second-largest race class, BellissiMoto Twins Cup, will be on track at Road Atlanta for the second round of their championship after making their season debut at Daytona International Speedway this past March. The always-exciting Twins Cup series will have 32 riders going head-to-head aboard their nimble, middleweight, twin-cylinder motorcycles.

And, finally, MotoAmerica’s entry-level road racers, who compete in the Junior Cup Championship, will open their season at Road Atlanta. A field of 24 riders are set to give it a go.

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