If you're an amateur motor racing fan then you're no doubt aware of some of the most popular motorsport and there are two different reasons for this. One reason is because it's one of the most popular sports and the other is because it's the only type of sport that actually appeals to people who don't really like the sport itself.
For example, Bmx has always been popular with younger generation fans but the real attraction for them comes from the fact that it's a lot of fun to watch. It's a low impact sport so the participants are rarely getting hurt and the bikes themselves are usually pretty cheap. Of course, there are also people out there who like motorbikes because they're loud and cause lots of damage.
Motorbikes also tend to have a high degree of speed and a great deal of acceleration which mean that they can be very fast. This means that they're often very dangerous and as a result people who enjoy motorbikes are always on the look out for new injuries to take advantage of.
The good thing about motorbikes is that they can be ridden in many different kinds of conditions. That's a huge appeal to fans. They can go off-road or they can go over-water. They can get in the rain, or they can have very warm conditions.
In short, motorbikes are extremely versatile and because of that they tend to appeal to fans of all ages. Bmx also offers a good chance to get together with friends. They can get together on days when the weather is too bad and they can also make great family holidays if you know where to find the right places.
Motorbikes aren't just a popular choice for motor racing but they also have their own category in the World Motor Sport Association and that's called dirt racing. The rules for this category are a little bit different to motorbikes though.
Dirt racing is different because it doesn't use real dirt but rather some kind of artificial substance that is made to resemble dirt. The difference is that the dirt racing bikes are usually faster and much more powerful than the motorbikes and this means that they can compete on the same level as the bigger machines without having to worry about being beat up.
Motorbikes have their own category in the WMSA, and that's called streetbikes. Streetbikes basically mean street bikes, but they're much lighter and easier for fans to ride.
As you can see, it seems that both motorbikes and dirtbikes attract fans of all ages and this means that there's plenty of scope for competition in the motorbike and dirtbike categories. So what's the answer to the question: Which one is the most popular?