Cadwell Park is home to the British Superbikes Championship and is one of the most difficult to navigate, mainly because of its high-steeped section (aka “The Mountain”), which can cause riders to get airborne like in the photo above. Cadwell Park was created in 1934 and is located in Lincolnshire. The track is 2.173 miles long and has 11 corners.

Most riders do not jump “The Mountain” because it can slow down lap times with a loss of speed due to the lack of power on the ground. Additionally, the impact of coming down can lead towards disaster.

Nonetheless, seeing the video sure does look fun!

British Superbikes, The Mountain from Sarjit Bains on Vimeo.