MotoAmerica: De Keyrel Chasing More Twins Cup Wins

MotoAmerica: De Keyrel Chasing More Twins Cup Wins

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By 1-833-CJKNOWS/Roaring Toyz:

1-833-CJKNOWS/Roaring Toyz reunite with Kaleb De Keyrel

Kaleb De Keyrel, a Minnesota native now residing in Montgomery, TX, could not be happier than how he started off the 2020 MotoAmerica season at his “home track” of Road America at the first round with two 1st place finishes. The 23-year-old De Keyrel will be competing in the full 2020 MotoAmerica Twins Cup series on his Roaring Toyz-prepped, 1-833-CJKNOWS sponsored, MotoAmerica-spec Yamaha MT-07.

Before starting off this season with a bang, De Keyrel had a phenomenal 2019 Twins Cup debut with a sensational come-from-behind victory in front of the World Superbike stage at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca. Unfortunately, two weeks after his win at Laguna, while he was racing in the AFM series with a different team, onboard a Yamaha R1, he had a big crash resulting in a broken femur. Just seven weeks and three days out of surgery he was back on the bike for the final round of MotoAmerica in the 2019 season, where unfortunately his motor blew up and he was not able to complete the race.

Kaleb expands: “I am really happy with how the first round went. The bike was working great. After Qualifying Two, I thought my motor was doing the same thing as Barber when it blew up, but I actually just ran out of gas because the track is so long and I did more laps than the team was expecting. Luckily, it was an easy fix. I had never started from the front of the grid, so that was new. In Race One, I got a bad start, so in Race Two, I cleaned it up and was able to get the holeshot. Bob Fisher at Roaring Toyz has built a great bike that was the fastest twin out there that weekend, and I certainly can’t thank CJ Czaia enough for his continued support. Now, with the new schedule, these first two MotoAmerica rounds are at my home track, which is a dream come true! I’m hoping that Round Two goes well so I can stay up there in the points for the championship!”

CJ Czaia, owner of Czaia Law and 1-833-CJKNOWS Accident and Injury Law, has been a longtime sponsor of Kaleb De Keyrel, the star of YouTube channel “KD51 Life of A Racer”. Nothing makes CJ happier than seeing this collaboration come together once again. Czaia Law is a personal injury law firm owned by motorcycle enthusiast and CCS racer CJ Czaia. Visit www.1833cjknows.com for more information.

Roaring Toyz is a custom motorcycle shop located in Sarasota, FL that specializes in their own brand of CNC-machined custom motorcycle parts. Visit www.roaringtoyz.com for more shop information.

For more team information please contact Team Manager Marissa Lehner @ [email protected] or call (651) 955-6414

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