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Drag Racing
A form of racing in which motorcycles attempt to complete a fairly short, straight and level course in the shortest amount of time. Drag racing originated in the United States and is still the most popular there. The most common distance is one quarter of a mile (402 meters/1,320 feet) or one eighth mile (201 meters/660 feet [commonly listed as 666 feet]). The dragstrip extends well beyond the finish line to allow vehicles to slow down and return to the pit area. Normally one or two bikes race at a time.
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Road Racing
A form of racing in which motorcycles race laps around a circular closed track with multiple turns (both left and right), possible elevation changes and a variety of straightaways and cambered road ways. Most race involve multiple rides and races may involve pitting for new tires and fuel.
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Bike Show's
Tips and information on competing in bike shows.
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Motor Vehicle Modification
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Racing: High Speed Driving/Riding
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