High performance riding should be done on the track, not on public roads
Chicago, IL (PRWEB) March 13, 2009
TrackdayMag.com continues to make it easy for riders to fill their "need for speed" with an expanded calendar of over 1,000 track day events and the most user-friendly track calendar on the web.
The site features over 1,000 events at 50-plus tracks from nearly every track day organizer in the country. Users can choose between a traditional calendar format or a more unique geographical format complete with track maps, lap videos and rider comments. Whether you are searching for your favorite tracks' events or you have a free weekend and want to see what's available across the country, TrackdayMag.com makes it easy.
"High performance riding should be done on the track, not on public roads," says K3 Chris Onwiler, track instructor and Senior Editor of TrackdayMag.com. "But be forewarned; once you've experienced riding your sportbike to its potential at the track, street riding may start to lose its appeal for you!"
In addition to the track day calendar, TrackdayMag.com publishes exclusive interviews with major industry icons, including recent articles featuring California Superbike School founder Keith Code and 2-time World Superbike champion and current MotoGP star James Toseland. The site also features how-to articles which will help you improve both your machine and your riding skills. There are also ongoing project bikes and tests of the latest parts and riding gear that most appeal to the trackday rider. The TrackdayMag.com writing staff reflects the diversity of our sport, being male and female, young and old, novice to AMA Privateer.
TrackdayMag.com was founded in 2005 by Chris Onwiler, a former racer and author of the motorcycle roadracing novel Highside.