The Superbike Club
The Superbike Club has launched with Troy Bayliss as ambassador.
Bayliss helps launch Superbike Club
Three-time World Superbike Champion and MotoGP winner Troy Bayliss has been announced as the official ambassador of the world-first "Superbike Club", which was recently launched at the the Gold Coast Motorcycle Expo. Troy will join club members at selected ride days to lend some expert advice, as well as being involved in various promotional appearances. The 39-year-old newly arrived Gold Coast resident said he was thrilled to be involved with such a unique concept that allowed riders based on Australia’s East Coast to sample some of the most rare and sought-after motorcycles in the world.
“This really is a fantastic concept and one which will let everyday Aussies climb aboard some of the most exotic bikes ever created, many of which are no longer in production,” said Bayliss. “The collection is incredible, offering a range of models for the road and off-road from marques including Ducati, Bimota, Harley-Davidson, BMW and more. I’m looking forward to joining members at various track days throughout Queensland, New South Wales and Victoria – I’ll be on hand for a chat and to offer some riding tips where required.”
Bayliss urged enthusiasts to secure their 2009 memberships as soon as possible, with only 250 on offer. “To ensure that members have access to the motorcycles they want, when they want them, the packages are strictly limited and I believe quite a few have already been snapped up,” he said.
A spin off from the successful Supercar Club, which includes in it’s stable such brands as Ferrari and Lamborghini, the motorcycle collection includes exotic machines such as two Ducati Desmosedici RRs, two Bimota DB7s, a Harley Davidson Fat Boy, a Moto Morini Corsaro Veloce, a Victory Vision Tour Arlen Ness, a BMW R 1200GS Adventure, BMW G 450X Enduro, two Kawasaki KX450’s and a CAN-AM Spyder.
The Superbike Club is currently operating in three states – New South Wales, Victoria and Queensland. Upon joining, club members will receive 100 points, which can be redeemed on a range of motorcycles and can equate to up to 30 days of riding.
Membership is $7,700 per year, with a one-off joining fee of $1,750. Included in the package is an advanced rider training day. For more information on The Superbike Club visit www.superbikeclub.com.au