Mi-bike Insurance continue as ASBK naming Rights Partner
Building on its commitment in supporting the Australian Superbike Championship, mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance will continue its partnership with ASBK as the official Naming Rights Partner for the second consecutive season. The extended partnership is a significant boost for The race series.
The mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance commitment also extends beyond its direct support of the ASBK Championship, with the insurance partner also again offering its mi-bike MA Member benefits program, which offers significant motorcycle insurance discounts to all MA licence holders.
The move highlights mi-bike’s focus on providing a cost-effective product for all motorcycle brands and types of motorcycles from road bikes, scooters to dirt bikes.
Motorcycling Australia CEO, Peter Doyle said he was delighted to have mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance again as the Naming Rights Partner for ASBK.
“Our relationship with mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance continues to grow and prosper, just like the ASBK Championship itself.” Mr Doyle said.
“mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance provide sensational products and services that many of our MA members and dedicated volunteers have benefited from through our joint mi-bike MA member benefit program, and we are proud to have them return as the ASBK Naming Rights partner.”
“ASBK has continued to expand on track and through our national and international audiences and key partnerships such as ASBK has with mi-bike make this progress a reality… mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance General Manager, Mark Bradley said: “We are very pleased to be the Naming Rights partner of the 2021 ASBK Championship, it’s great for mi-bike given the diversity of riders and the high quality of the racing”.
“We love the support we receive in return from MA and the motorcycling community, including the high level of interest in the MA Member Benefit mi-bike insurance offer.”
Following 2020’s jaw-dropping Grand Finale, held at Wakefield Park Raceway, which saw the ASBK Championships go down to the wire, 2021 is guaranteed to be even more spectacular with new riders, new teams, and riders progressing into new classes.
In 2021 there will six classes filling the action-packed program including the Pirelli Superbike, Motorsports TV Supersport, Dunlop Supersport 300 classes, and the R3 Cup, bLU cRU Oceania Junior Cup and the Horsell F1 and F2 Australian Sidecar Championship.
Round 1 of the 2021 Australian Superbike Championship kicks off at Winton Motor Raceway, Benalla, Victoria, March 12-14. To keep up to date with the latest news on the mi-bike Motorcycle Insurance Australian Superbike Championship, presented by Motul, via their website and following ASBK on Facebook and Instagram.