Our favorite day of the year rolls around every summer; the day we roundup the latest and greatest sportbikes and super nakeds and head to the track to do testing for our big comparisons. This year, we thought it would be fun to invite you along to join us.

That's right, this year you can come and learn a bit about how we track test high-performance bikes, discuss riding techniques with the most experienced testers in the business, hang out with your favorite editors, and check out some of the latest sportbikes on the market. As an added bonus, we'll even have Cycle World staff photographer Jeff Allen, one of the best motorcycle action photographers in the world, on hand to make sure you get killer shots of yourself shredding the track.

We'll be splitting everyone into three riding groups, each getting five sessions on track just like your normal track day...just with us flying around and a few racers tossed in the mix. You know, for funsies.

Learn about how magazines track test high-performance motorcycles, discuss riding technique with the most experienced testers in the business and check out some of the latest sportbikes from Japanese and European manufacturers.

This could be you.Jeff Allen

Ride with Cycle World's "Man in a Van with a Plan" MotoAmerica Superstock 1000 racer Hayden Gillim as he puts a 2017 Suzuki GSX-R1000 through its paces.

Ride with MotoAmerica Superstock 600 racer and Sport Rider editor Michael Gilbert.

You’ll also get the chance to demo world-class safety gear and check out some of the best tires on the market:

Alpinestars will be there to demo gear and show new product for the track and street rider, including its new:

Bell Helmets will have Race Star helmets to try on and ride in, as well as a special limited-edition Star helmet graphic that launches in early June. Bell will also have a few of its MotoAmerica racers on hand.

Pirelli Tires will be on hand offering tire service and showing off its latest sporting rubber.

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Debriefing with these guys at the end of a session is incredibly helpful.Jeff Allen

TrackDaz will be handling logistics organization so you know it will be a smooth and professionally run event. TrackDaz will also provide tech inspection, conduct riders' meetings and new-rider orientation, as well as give lead/follow instruction and two-up laps.

Brought to you by GEICO Motorcycle.

The event takes place June 27-28 and is free! You’ll get to ride with editors, demo great gear and get amazing photos of the whole experience. Get ready for a full day of Track Day Shootout good times.