Founded in 1954 by a group of sport riding enthusiasts in Northern California, the American Federation of Motorcyclists is the oldest organization in the country dedicated soley to motorcycle road racing AFM, Inc.
395 Taylor Blvd. #130
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
510-796-7005
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AFM 2015 NRS Program
Round 1: March 21-22 - Buttonwillow

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Dave Stanton Dave Stanton was injured at Thunderhill Raceway on June 2, 2013

You can follow Dave's progress on his blog.

Dave Stanton #53


Race Fans Welcome! Spectators have full access to the paddock. An entire weekend of
exciting racing for family and friends. One fee covers both Saturday and
Sunday admission.

Gate Fees are $12 - $15 for adults, kids under 12 are free.
Food vendors available at all tracks.

AFM 2015 Club & Class Sponsors

Pirelli - CT RacingBay Area Riders ForumGP SuspensionGPR Stabilizer
Formula Pacific Class Sponsor Open Superbike Class Sponsor Open GP Class Sponsor
350 Production Class Sponsor 600 Production Class Sponsor Formula 1 Class Sponsor 250 Production Class Sponsor
Formula 40 Middleweight Class Sponsor 450 Superbike Class Sponsor Afemme Class Sponsor AFM Tech Class Sponsor

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An Introduction To AFM Racing

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* Produced for AFM by JackyJac Productions
* Produced for AFM by True MVMNT
* Produced by Eric Kondo

CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2014 AFM TOP 10

#1 Chris Siglin

#2 Lenny Hale

#3 Ricky Corey

#4 Martin Szwarc

#5 Jason Lauritzen

#6 Devon McDonough

#7 Jason Catching

#8 Deion Campbell

#9 Dave Moss

#10 Alan Cunningham

Get Started Racing!

With the AFM you can:

  • Race on premier race tracks
  • Challenge yourself to be your best
  • Make great friends and great memories
  • Be a member of the oldest motorcycle road racing club in America

The AFM, American Federation of Motorcyclists, is a non-profit California corporation that was founded in 1954 by a group of sport riding enthusiasts in the North Bay Area. It is the oldest racing organization in the country dedicated soley to motorcycle road racing.

Northern California has one of the largest populations of sport riders in the country. Many of those sport riders find their way from the areas mountain and canyon roads to the AFM and the race track. Many of them, after a season or two on the track, cut back or quit street racing when the relative safety of pushing their limits on the track becomes clear.

A typical AFM race day will see three to four hundred racers, which will account for up to 700 total race entries.

Each new racer is required before entering a race to pass a New Racer School (NRS) held by AFM, or an AFM approved NRS from one of the following providers, Keigwins, Z² Track Days or Pacific Track Time.

Eddie Lawson (shown to left), Wayne Rainey, Kenny Roberts, Rich Oliver, Steve Rapp and Tony Meiring are a few who've raced with AFM.

 

The AFM holds races at Infineon (Sears Point) Raceway in Sonoma. Infineon is known to be a "rider's track", a challenging mountain course where skill and handling are worth more than horsepower or engine size.

The AFM also holds events at the SCCA race tracks, Thunderhill Park, near Willows, CA (off I-5 north of Sacramento), and Buttonwillow Park, near Buttonwillow, CA (off I-5 south of Bakersfield). Both courses are interesting and quite different... most racers really enjoy these new tracks. The AFM normally runs 2 events each at Thunderhill & Buttonwillow during the season.

On racedays, awards are given to the top finishers in each class and the top novice rider. Points are tabulated towards Season Championships.

Many classes also have contingency or sponsor monies offered by various manufacturers, businesses or shops. The AFM's premier event, The AFM's Formula Pacific Challenge... the fastest riders on the fastest bikes... also has prize and contingency monies.

The AFM welcomes spectators and racers alike, and we try to provide the best show possible with the safest and most responsible crew you are likely to find. We are a volunteer organization and are always looking for interested people to join in the fun.

2014 Rule Book

The 2014 AFM Rulebook is available for download HERE

2015 Season Schedule

3/21-22 Buttonwillow

5/2-3 Sonoma

5/30-31 Thunderhill

6/20-21 Thunderhill

9/5-6 Sonoma

10/3-4 Thunderhill

10/24-25 Buttonwillow

Race Registration

Enter Online for the next race:        

Goto myAFM to register

AFM Board Meetings

Board meetings are typically held the 2nd Wednesday of every month. General Meetings start at 8:00pm.


 Next Meeting Date:

Wednesday, March 11, 2015


 Meeting Location:

Looking Point
391 Taylor Blvd, Suite 120
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523

Contact Info

AFM Inc.

395 Taylor Boulevard, #130
Pleasant Hill, CA 94523
Phone: 510-796-7005
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Getting Started Is Easy

  • Joining the AFM is easy! Get an application from us, fill it out completely and select which type of membership you want (Competition, Reciprocity, Associate), and mail it back to the AFM with the appropriate fees.
  • Call us (510) 796-7005, leave your mailing and phone number information.