This year, seven spectacular national classes will compete for supremacy and glory across the 3-day-event showcasing Australia’s top two-wheeled warriors, alongside the stars of the future. Australia’s own MotoGP star Jack Miller will return as a wildcard entry offering riders and fans the opportunity to rub shoulders with one of the finest motorbike riders in the world.
Date: 25 – 27 November
Classes at the ASBK finale will include:
• Alpinestars Superbike
• Michelin SuperSport
• Dunlop SuperSport 300
• Yamaha Finance R3 Cup
• bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup
• Superbike Masters
• Australian Sidecar Championship
After battling it out all season, nearly every class will have to wait until their final race on Sunday to crown their champion for season 2022.
For the first time, the Superbike Masters and Australian Sidecar Championship will leave their mark on The Bend’s world-class 4.95km International circuit. The amazing sidecars and Superbike Masters will return to the ASBK line-up, making it the first occasion that these historic race bikes from the 70s, 80s and 90s will race at the venue.
The Australian Superbike Championship began in 1980, with the Motorcycling Australia Championship having laid the foundations for riders to not only showcase their talents, but to provide opportunities for development of their race craft and a clearly defined pathway from junior programs to the elite Superbike class.