VIRginia International Raceway presents a full three-day event of two-wheeled action, with the Northeast Sportbike Association (NESBA) on the North Course and the American Historic Racing Motorcycle Association (AHRMA) competing on the South Course. NESBA - The Northeast Sportbike Association is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization, formed in 1996 by sportbike enthusiasts and former racers who understand and appreciate the difference between riding fast and riding well. Their purpose is to get sportbikers on the track - where they can ride to their fullest potential without the limitations, distractions and hazards of the street. They operate on the premise, "Ride Fast, Ride Safe" and the belief that riders can and should do both ...in a structured environment, without the free-for-all mentality of the street or the dogfight mentality of racing. With close to 200 track days this year, NESBA is the largest single sportbike track day organization in the country. Whether you're a street rider or a racer, NESBA can help you become a more experienced, more skilled, more confident sportbiker. Grab your helmet and let's ride! For more information, visit www.nesba.com.