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Cody Wyman Set For Double Duty For VIR – MotoAmerica

Cody Wyman (34) won MotoAmerica SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup race one at Road Atlanta. Photo by Brian J. NelsonThe following is from Cody Wyman..

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Cody Wyman (34) won MotoAmerica SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup race one at Road Atlanta. Photo by Brian J. Nelson

The following is from Cody Wyman Racing…

Cody Wyman will be pulling double duty at the next MotoAmerica round at VIRginia International Raceway, racing his Alpha Omega Kawasaki in the SportbikeTrackGear.com Junior Cup championship and the Wrench Motorcycles Yamaha in Twins Cup. It will be Cody’s debut in the competitive lightweight-twin class, and he is  looking forward to the opportunity.

“I had some potential deals for Twins Cup lining up over the off-season, and really wanted to race a Twin, but the right opportunity never really came up. From a privateer standpoint, the most cost-effective way to continue racing was to build on my Junior Cup program from last season. This is a brand new bike for me, but the goal is to keep learning and improve every session. I’ll always jump at the opportunity to ride anything, and I want to thank Jamin Mathis from Wrench and my buddy Ben Walters from ChampSchool. They will be maintaining the bike, and I can’t wait to ride it in Virginia.”

Wrench Motorcycles began as a local motorcycle repair shop serving the Los Angeles area since 2015. Recently, Wrench has put more focus into the racing department. In order to pursue their goals of providing custom aftermarket parts and services.


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