Alpinestars Continue to Support ASBK in 2022

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The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) say they are pleased to announce that Alpinestars has announced their continuing support of the Superbike class for the 2022 season.  

Alpinestars has announced their continuing support of the Superbike class for the 2022 season.  
Alpinestars has announced their continuing support of the Superbike class for the 2022 season.

Australian Superbike Championship (ASBK) bikes are fast, spectacular and sound incredible. The category is a big drawcard for fans as ASBK machinery is very similar to the ones that the public can purchase off the showroom floor. 

Alpinestars – Scott Runciman: “Alpinestars are proud to be continuing their association with the Australian Superbike Championship. Over our journey, Alpinestars has outfitted countless world champions and we hope to continue in that tradition. 

Alpinestars are not only an important part of the safety sector, their continued support of racing helps the sport grow even further.
Alpinestars are not only an important part of the safety sector, the continued support of racing helps the sport grow further.

Motorcycling Australia (MA) CEO Peter Doyle: “Alpinestars have been a terrific supporter of the Australian Superbike Championship and it is extremely gratifying to see their continued involvement in our premier racing class in 2022. We’re pleased to once again see the Alpinestars Superbike Championship on our race calendar. With Alpinestars support, we will once again be able to serve up some of the best Superbike racing anywhere in the world. It’s a Championship that we can all be very proud of.” 

Serving the best in style and craftsmanship, you can find out more on the range of Alpinestars Australian merchandise at http://monzaimports.com.au/moto/catalogues/  


2022 ASBK Calendar

  • Round 1 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, VIC 25 – 27 February SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, SBK Masters
  • Round 2 Queensland Raceway, Ipswich QLD 18 – 20 March SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Sidecars
  • Round 3 Wakefield Park Raceway, Goulburn NSW 22 – 24 April SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC, Sidecars
  • Round 4 Hidden Valley Raceway, Darwin NT 17 – 19 June * With Supercars – SBK Only
  • Round 5 Morgan Park Raceway, Warwick QLD 5 – 7 August SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
  • Round 6 Symmons Plains Raceway – Launceston TAS 20 – 23 October SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup
  • Round 7 Phillip Island Grand Prix Circuit, Cowes VIC TBA – November TBC
  • Round 8 The Bend Motorsport Park, Tailem Bend SA 2 – 4 December SBK, SSPT, SS300, R3 Cup, OJC
  • ASBK Night of Champions Dinner – The Bend 4 December

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