Bridgestone CSBK partners with Fallen Riders Support Team and Pace Law for all Ontario rounds in 2024

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The Bridgestone Canadian Superbike Championship is thrilled to announce its new partnership with the Fallen Riders Support Team, sponsored by Pace Law, for all four Ontario rounds scheduled in 2024.

This unique collaboration will enhance the paddock experience for motorcycle enthusiasts and racing fans across Ontario, while providing an improved atmosphere for competitors and existing fans within the CSBK series.

The Fallen Riders Support Team is renowned for its unwavering dedication to the motorcycle community, including as a strong advocate for improved safety conditions and rights for riders. Through this partnership, Bridgestone CSBK and the Fallen Riders Support Team will bring new experiences to each weekend event in Ontario, elevating the overall fan experience.

Among the exciting additions planned for the 2024 season include stunt shows, drag racing, and live entertainment, with each of the four rounds offering a new way to captivate audiences and create more unforgettable weekend experience.

“We are incredibly excited to partner with the Fallen Riders Support Team, sponsored by Pace Law, for our 2024 Ontario CSBK events,” said CSBK owner Ross Millson. “We are thrilled to collaborate with them to bring even more excitement and entertainment to our events.”

The slate of Ontario rounds in 2024 includes the season opener at Shannonville Motorsport Park (May 17-19), round two at the Grand Bend Motorplex (June 7-9), the penultimate round at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (August 9-11), and a return to Shannonville for the season finale (August 30-September 1).

The first event in Shannonville will provide an excellent debut as the feature sponsor of the Fallen Riders Support Team presented by Pace Law Bridgestone CSBK National Opener, where a Flat Track Canada national event is set to take place right next door at Trail Blazer’s Park on Saturday night (weather permitting).

Round two in Grand Bend will be followed by trips out west to RAD Torque Raceway in Edmonton, AB, and to the east coast at Atlantic Motorsport Park near Halifax, NS, before the season returns to Ontario for round five. CSBK remains committed to providing the best fan experience possible at both non-Ontario events as well, with an improved fan experience at all six events a top priority.

The Fallen Riders Support Team, founded by Ray Bonner and built by riders of all powersports, is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for injured motorcyclists and assisting everyone on the road to create a safer community for all. Pace Law Firm, founded in 1981 by Al Pace, has helped represent the Fallen Riders program and is determined to provide the best representation in all areas of law.

The Bridgestone Canadian Superbike Championship is pleased to welcome the Fallen Riders Support Team and Pace Law to the 2024 campaign, which promises to be one of the most exciting years yet for both fans and competitors.

For more information on the Bridgestone Canadian Superbike Championship, visit www.csbk.ca.

Main picture: A new sponsorship partner with Fallen Riders Support Team and Pace Law will enhance the fan experience at Ontario Bridgestone CSBK events, starting with Shannonville Motorsport Park when the 2024 season kicks off in May. Photo credit: Rob O’Brien / CSBK.

Source: Bridgestone Canadian Superbike Championship

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