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Motorcycle sport is a broad field that encompasses all sporting aspects of motorcycling. The disciplines are not all "races" or timed-speed events, as several disciplines test a competitor's various riding skills. The FIM is the international sanctioning body for motorcycle racing and most nations have their own governing bodies. Other breakaway/independent bodies exist on both a national and an international level. Motorcycles vary greatly in design for each discipline. Broadly speaking, motorcycle sport can be divided into two categories: tarmac-based road disciplines and off road. Within each of these disciplines, there are usually sub-groups. These may include classic machinery (i.e., non-current to various extents), miniature machinery (e.g., pocket bike racing ), sidecars and quads/ATVs. **************Road racing is the racing of sport bikes (derived from the typical road going machines) on tarmac, either on circuits or on closed public roads (sometimes called true road racing). MotoGP and Superbike are prime examples of circuit racing while events like the Isle of Man TT, North West 200 and the Macau Grand Prix are prime examples of closed public road racing. Within road racing there is a variety of sub-disciplines including endurance racing.************Drag racing and/or sprints is a racing venue where two participants line up at a dragstrip with a signaled starting line. Upon the starting signal, the riders accelerate down a straight, quarter-mile long paved track where their elapsed time and terminal speed are recorded. The rider to reach the finish line first is the winner. This can occur upon purpose built venues (e.g., Santa Pod), temporay venues (e.g., runways or drives of country houses). In addition to "regular" motorcycles, top fuel motorcycles also compete in this category.***************Supermoto is a racing category that is a crossover between road-racing and motocross. The motorcycles are mainly motocross types with road-racing tyres. The racetrack is a mixture of road and dirt courses (in different proportions) and can take place either on closed circuits or in temporary venues (such as urban locations). ***************************** The riding style on the tarmac section is noticeably different from other forms of tarmac-based racing, with different line in corners, sliding of the back wheel around the corner, and using the leg straight out to corner (as opposed to the noticeable touching of the bent knee to the tarmac of road racers).