SUPERBIKE RIDERS FOR ROUND ONE

Here are the confirmed entries so far for round one of the New Zealand Superbike Championships at Ruapuna, Christchurch, on January 7, 2018, which is now just a few weeks away.

ENTRIES FOR ROUND ONE

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BOXING DAY TO SORT OUT SUZUKI SERIES

The Formula One class riders are in a drag race to the first corner with Suzuki riders Daniel Mettam (34), from Glen Eden, Ireland’s Lee Johnson, Taupo’s Scotty Moir (8) and Honda’s Mitch Rees (6), from Whakatane, leading the way. Photo by Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com

With the preliminary battles now out of the way, it sets up the Boxing Day finale for another sensational afternoon of high-octane bike action.

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GET BIKE NEWS HERE

The www.BikesportNZ.com web site is New Zealand’s premier motorcycling news source, bringing you fresh information about superbikes, motocross, supercross, enduro, cross-country, ATVs and moto trials.

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GISLER STILL AN MX CHAMPION

A former Swiss motocross international, Aucklander Gaudenz Gisler now considers himself a Kiwi through and through, although his pathway to a settled life in Tuakau does have the hint of fairytale about it.

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KIWI RIDER AWAITS

Want to know what’s happening on the motorcycling scene in New Zealand and abroad too?

Well check out the latest issue of Kiwi Rider … it is waiting to be read right here …

Check out some of the features below to see what’s in the road-biased January issue of KR by clicking HERE

KR is now only available online, but it’s free twice a month for your PC, phone or tablet. You can download it to read offline too. Want a printed version – you can also print it out to read away from the screen too.

Click HERE to read Kiwi Rider on-line.

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CHANDLER IS UP AND RUNNING

Upper Hutt’s Rogan Chandler and his new Yamaha YZF6R are up and running after the start of this year’s Suzuki Series on Sunday. Photo by Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com

He may have had his new bike just two weeks now, but already Wellington’s Rogan Chandler is up to speed and he must surely fancy his chances of winning another national motorcycling title this season.

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