Jun 14, 2013
© 2016, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc.
From a press release
issued by Zoom Motorsports/Barber Motorsports Park
Parade Laps Still Available for Purchase During AMA Weekend at Barber
Birmingham, Ala. – Fans who enjoy getting the full experience at Barber Motorsports Park still have the chance to see the picturesque track from every angle during this year’s Triumph Superbike Classic presented by America’s First Federal Credit Union. Motorcyclists will have the opportunity to take a ride around the track with the purchase of a Parade Lap on Saturday or Sunday of the event, June 21-23.
The parade laps are scheduled at the end of on-track activities Saturday and Sunday and are still available for $30. These can be purchased online by visiting .
“These parade laps are a huge hit with motorcycle enthusiasts and Barber Motorsports Park fans,” said Rick Humphrey, Vice President of ZOOM Motorsports, the exclusive promoter of the Barber Motorsports Park. “Fans have the chance to bring their own bike on the track, and see every angle of this beautiful park. It’s a unique experience and creates memories that are not soon forgotten.”
The Triumph Superbike Classic is the third round of competition for the GEICO Motorcycle AMA Pro Road Racing Series and will feature seven races over the 3-day weekend.
Tickets for the Triumph Superbike Classic start at just $15 per day and can be purchased at . A three-day pass is $55 and includes a free paddock upgrade. Kids 15 and under are admitted free with a ticketed adult.
The Motorcycle Super Saver package is also available online for $130 dollars. This ticket package includes General Admission and Paddock access for each motorcycle event at Barber Motorsports Park, which includes the Triumph Superbike Classic, Barber Vintage Festival and WERA Grand National Finals. Purchasers will also receive one Sunday Parade Lap during the Triumph Superbike Classic.
While at Barber Motorsports Park, fans are encouraged to visit the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, a 144,000 square foot home to the largest private collection of motorcycles, representing 20 countries and over 200 manufacturers. Tickets to the Museum are available for an additional fee and can be purchased at the door.