Sidecar Racing is a sport using 3-wheeled motorcycles that can hit speeds of 260kph! This is the only form of motorsport where the passenger & driver both steer the vehicle. Between the incredible cornering speed and the acrobatics of the passengers, sidecars are the most amazing sight on the racing circuit!
The SRA was formed in 1968 by a group of Toronto Motorcycle enthusiasts and is now comprised of racers from a much wider area with teams from Canada and the USA. Races regularly take place in Ontario, West Virginia and New Jersey with occasional trips to Michigan, New Hampshire and Wisconsin.
There are three race classes within the SRA: F1 (Formula 1), F2 (Formula 2), and F3 (Formula 3), Although there are separate classes for scoring, all the bikes are on the grid and racing at the same time! This makes for great fun for both racers and spectators.
It’s the most fun that you can have on 3 wheels, 2 up, 1 inch from the ground! Click here to learn about THE MACHINES.