[VIDEO] Super Bikes Catch Some Air-Time

These guys make it look way to easy at the British Superbike Cadwell Park Jump! We are all use to seeing the guys from Motocross rocking some serious air on the track but when it comes to watching the sport bikes tear it up and getting some pretty crazy air is just jaw dropping when you take in consideration of the speed involved and the weight of these bikes.

A few of us have caught some air from time to time cruising on some back roads with a few hilly crests but you are talking about a few inches to a foot maybe. These guys are actually getting some hang time in there. Plus these guys are racing so you’re getting some of these racers catching air at the same time.

The track is located at Lincolnshire Wolds in England and it is used mostly for Moto Bike racing because the track is too narrow for cars. Cadwell Park is a nice 2.25 mile track with plenty of room to watch the action. The track is still family owned to this day.

It is sited across a steep-sided valley, giving rise to dips and crests. The circuit features sharp changes in gradient, including one section called The Mountain where bikes can become airborne by up to several feet. Its mix of challenging corners has led to its nickname as the Mini-Nürburgring.
Location Lincolnshire, England
Major events BRSCC races
Full Circuit
Length 3.477 km (2.173 mi)
Turns 11
Club Circuit
Length 2.370 km (1.481 mi)
Turns 7
Woodland Circuit
Length 1.139 km (0.712 mi)
Turns 5

Now check out the video below and watch some of the crazy jumping action from the British Superbike 2013, the Cadwell Park jump.

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