Northeast Sportbike Association
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The Northeast Sportbike Association (NESBA), of the US, is a non-profit, volunteer-run institution founded in 1996 by sportbike enthusiasts and former racers. With close to 200 track days in 2009, NESBA was the largest single sportbike track day organization in the country. It offered riding opportunities at many venues throughout the Northeast, the Midwest, the South and the Western United States.
The purpose of the association was to promote motorcycle safety by organizing various track day events. The objective of these particular events was to get bikers on the track, where they can ride to their fullest potential without the limitations, distractions, and hazards of public roads. NESBA operated on the premise, "Ride Fast, Ride Safe" and believed riders can and should do both in a structured environment, free from the free-for-all mentality of the street or the dogfight mentality of racing. In 2014 the club folded and newcomer N2 Track Days assumed NESBA's track day operations.
- "N2 Track Days Takes Over NESBA Track Event Operations", Press release, N2 Track Days, March 26, 2014 – via Roadracing World