2010 MotoMatters.com Motorcycle Racing Calendar Still Shipping

Though the gift-giving season may be past, the motorcycle racing season is still a long way off. To help ease the wait, and to aid you in planning your life around the MotoGP and World Superbike racing series, as befits a true race fan, you can still get your hands on one of our beautiful 2010 Motorcycle Racing Calendars. With January one quarter gone, you will have missed eight days of looking at Scott Jones' beautiful action shot of Colin Edwards, but February's stunning shot of Valentino Rossi, brakes lit up at Qatar, should more than compensate you for that, along with 10 other fantastic photos and a double-page spread of the 2009 World Champion Rossi.

Full details of the calendar are available on the MotoMatters.com calendar ordering page, but the highlights of the large 12"x18.5" calendar are one of Scott Jones' fantastic photos every month, as well as a monthly grid with the race weekends for that month clear marked, showing all three days of on-track action for the MotoGP and World Superbike series, as well as birthdays for most of the world's top motorcycle racers. An example page is shown below, while the calendar ordering page has the lowdown on the calendar. Best of all, 10% of the calendar's purchase price goes towards Riders for Health, helping provide health care in remote regions of the world.


The calendar is priced at $16.95 plus shipping, for readers based in the US, Canada, Mexico, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. Shipping and handling costs will be $6 for the US, $11 for Canada and Mexico, and $13 for Japan, Australia and New Zealand. All prices are in US Dollars, rather than Canadian or Australian. For our European readers, the calendar will cost EUR 13.95, plus EUR 6 shipping and handling, while readers in the UK will pay £12.50 per calendar, plus £5.45 shipping and handling. As stated, 10% of the purchase price will go towards Riders for Health.

Shipping in the US will be done by USPS Priority Mail, meaning US customers should receive their calendars within 2-3 days of ordering, Canadian and Australian orders will take a couple of days longer. Shipping in Europe will take place by European priority mail, and take 2-3 days to arrive after ordering.

For orders of up to 3 calendars, select the number you want to order from the list of locations shown below. If you are resident outside of the countries shown below, or would like to order more than 3 calendars, drop an email to calendar@motomatters.com with your question.

All orders placed will be shipped as soon as the calendars have been collated and bound. Barring anything apocalyptic happening, we hope to start shipping the first calendars on Thursday, December 10th.

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If you have placed orders for calendars to multiple destinations using the buttons above, you can complete your order by clicking on the view cart button below:

Month Layout

Casey Stoner in Motomatters.com's 2010 motorcycle racing calendar


Valentino Rossi in Motomatters.com's 2010 motorcycle racing calendar

Back cover

Back cover of Motomatters.com 2010 motorcycle racing calendar

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I would get one if the days were in the right place,
you know, the week starting with sunday

This is quite a common comment we receive. It's a racing calender, meant to provide an overview at a glance of when races are on. If we started the week on Sunday, as is common in the US, but less so in the rest of the world, then the colored bars marking the race weekends would be split over two rows (Friday and Saturday of one week, and Sunday on the next week). This would create an incredibly confusing page, and make it very difficult to work out when races are on and when they are not. This would entirely defeat the purpose of the racing calendar.

That, in short, is why we took the design decision we did. It's a racing calendar, aimed at seeing when the racing is on. Unfortunately, traditional calendars are not race-friendly, and so we had to select a slightly different layout.

luckily the layout takes exactly zero seconds to get used to. if you can open a beer, you can manage to figure it out. its a great addition to my office.

I would not get one if the week started on any day but Monday.
Sunday is still the weekend. And the days should be in the usual order.