Full Week of Motorcycle Action in Store

at Sonoma Raceway


SONOMA, Calif. (April 21, 2017) - Sonoma Raceway will continue its long-standing tradition of spring motorcycle events with seven full days of two-wheel activity slated for the 12-turn road course, April 24-30.

The week will be highlighted by a variety of groups, including the popular American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM), vintage motorcycle racing and track days for both amateur and professional riders.

For more information on these events, visit www.sonomaraceway.com:

CLASS Motorcycle School: Monday, April 24 and Tuesday, April 25
CLASS Motorcycle School is focused on teaching people to become better, more confident riders by educating them on the proper control and technique behind proper motorcycle handling. Programs are suited for both experienced track riders and first-time participants. For more information, visit www.classrides.com.

3J's Motorcycle Track Day: Wednesday, April 26
The 23rd 3J's Motorcycle Track Day charity event includes a full day of riding on the 12-turn road course, a catered lunch, T-shirt, raffle and an evening reception for all riders on Wednesday, April 26. It's the perfect day for any two-wheel enthusiast, and it's all in the name of charity, as proceeds benefit Speedway Children's Charities, the charitable arm of Sonoma Raceway.  3J's Motorcycle Track Days events have raised more than $506,000 for worthy causes since 2003. Cost is $275. For more information or to register, go to www.3jsmotorcycledays.com or email [email protected]. 

AHRMA Vintage Racing: April 27-28
AHRMA (www.ahrma.org), the largest vintage racing group in the country, returns to Sonoma Raceway for the fifth consecutive year for two full days of vintage motorcycle racing, April 27-28.  The National Historic Cup Road Race Series will feature practice and racing both Thursday and Friday. The series features vintage and modern motorcycle and sidecar classes. Tickets are available at the gate for $15 per day or $25 for a two-day pass. 

American Federation of Motorcyclists (AFM) Racing, April 29-30
The AFM series (www.afmracing.org) will feature more than 200 amateur riders competing in a wide range of categories - from novice to expert. Classes include Production, SuperSport, and Formula, with the best and quickest riders competing head to head in the premier AFM Formula Pacific Challenge. The pro-am style event will feature AFM premier class main events on Saturday afternoon, and 14 races on Sunday. Spectator tickets are available at the gate for $15.