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Difference Between B and C Superbike

Discussion in 'Information For New Racers' started by RoidRageFool, Nov 15, 2021.

  1. RoidRageFool

    RoidRageFool @FundedByWifeRacing

    Could someone tell me the difference between B and C superbike. I have read the rule book and am probably making this more difficult. Are 600s and 750s going against each other in B?

    I am running a 13 ZX6R that would need some adjustment for superstock, however would prefer to ride it how it is.

    Up to 750cc multis (Superbike up to 770cc)
    Up to 1050cc 4 stroke triples(Superbike up to 1080cc)
    Up to 1000cc 4-stroke twins
    Unlimited singles
    5 & 6 machines
    * 250cc GP machines are allowed in B Superbike. Ducati 1098 and Buell 1125R (and CR) are allowed into B Superbike in Superstock trim.

    Up to 650cc 4-stroke multis
    Up to 675cc 4-stroke triples
    Up to 1200cc 4-stroke air-cooled twins
    Up to 850cc 4-stroke water-cooled twins
    Up to 550cc 2-stroke multis
    Unlimited singles
  2. Boman Forklift

    Boman Forklift Well-Known Member

    Yes B is a bump up class for 600's and is really a class for 750's, etc.. 99% of the time a fast 600 rider will win the B class too.
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  3. RoidRageFool

    RoidRageFool @FundedByWifeRacing

    Thank you

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