MotoAmerica Championship of Pittsburgh
MotoAmerica is a professional motorcycle road racing series sanctioned by the AMA and FIM and supported by Dorna. Motorcycle road racing is the fastest form of motorcycle racing in the country - a sport that delivers motorcycles of the latest technology, raced by riders who are athletes of the highest level. The MotorAmerica Championship brings this action to racetracks across the country in five exciting classes ranging from the premier Superbike class to the Junior Cup class, where riders as young as 14 battle.
MotoAmerica is the home of the AMA Superbike Series, the premier motorcycle road racing championship in the U.S. The series crisscrosses the country in a 10-round championship with racers crowned as champions in five highly competitive classes of racing.
MotoAmerica has reinvigorated motorcycle road racing in North America since taking over the series in 2015. The series features support from the majority of the motorcycle manufacturers as they use the series to promote their products in addition to using racing as a means to develop new and exciting products for their consumers.