Circuit de Mettet - Jules Tacheny


17 August 2023

World Supermoto Championship Final, Junior Superbiker, shows with the best freestyle
freestyle and stunt riders, the After Race Festival, running on the track and much more.
more: there’s no shortage of reasons to come to the Mettet 2023 Superbiker, the
biggest supermoto event in the world!

Action on the tarmac but also in the air

The best FMX riders will be delighting young and old alike with their breathtaking aerial acrobatics.
breathtaking aerobatics. A number of world-class riders will be on hand, as they are every year at the
Superbiker. The following are already confirmed:
– David Tharan: an outstanding French freestyler on… a quad!
– Mat Rebaud: the Swiss world champion who is the embodiment of freestyle motocross, and who has recently started riding an electric motorbike!
on an electric bike!
– Gilles Dejong: the Belgian natural talent, a regular on the Superbiker, needs no introduction.
Other illustrious names have yet to complete the line-up.
In stunt, it’s on a Supermoto that we’ll be able to admire the mastery and extraordinary skill of Lithuanian
of Lithuanians Nerijus Malinauskas and Virgilijus Diksas.

New: running on the Superbiker track

New this year: a running event is being organised on Friday 6 October. The event is open to
at 6.15pm for all running enthusiasts, sports enthusiasts looking for unusual routes, the curious and drivers to come and discover the Superbiker track by running.
drivers to come and discover the Superbiker route by running. Two distances are on offer: 6 km
(3 laps) or 12 km (6 laps).

Registration is €10 per person, and can be done via the online registration form or on the day itself.
on the day. Registration is free for riders taking part in the Superbiker. A unique opportunity
opportunity for everyone to get up close and personal with some of the biggest names in motorcycling, and to
discover the route of this legendary event up close. Children under the age of 12 can also
with parental authorisation.

The running is timed, with chip numbers available (included in the registration fee).
There will be a grand prize-giving ceremony for each of the two distances. Each
participant will receive a collector’s t-shirt from a previous edition of the Superbiker. Participants
walkers are also welcome, although their walk will not be timed.


Party time with the After Race Festival

For the 3rd year running, the Superbiker will be welcoming spectators, drivers and anyone else who’s interested in attending the event.
interested outsiders who don’t have a ticket for the event, to come and party at the heart of the
at the heart of the Circuit Jules Tacheny. From 8.30 p.m. on Friday 6 and Saturday 7 October, a number of DJs will be taking
will be on hand to ensure a wild atmosphere during these festive evenings, open to all. Two
foodtrucks will be on hand to satisfy both small and large appetites.

If you don’t have a ticket for the
Superbiker. More info:


Pre-sales for the world’s biggest Supermoto event are now open. Tickets are
are available from Ticketmaster and can also be purchased at all points of sale
and on the Night &Day website.