MotoAmerica: Jesse James Shedden Returning To Mini Cup

MotoAmerica: Jesse James Shedden Returning To Mini Cup

© 2021, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Jesse James Shedden Racing:

Jesse James Shedden returns for the MotoAmerica Mini Cup by Motul for 2021.

Jesse James Shedden will be returning to compete in the MotoAmerica Mini Cup by Motul for the 2021 season.  He has secured his spot in all four rounds with the season kicking off at Road America in Wisconsin on June 11 & 12th.  The following rounds will be held in Washington, Pittsburgh, and Alabama.  Like the 2020 season, Jesse James will be participating in two classes aboard his Ohvale GP-0 160cc and GP-0 190cc. The 2020 season was Shedden’s first year in road racing and he was able to secure a second place overall on the 190cc and a third place overall on the 160cc.

Shedden found that coming from his vast motocross background to road racing the transition was very easy to get up to race pace. This season Shedden will have a new number (99) and new livery to salute all those that serve and protect our country.

The 2021 season is here and it could not take place without the support from Atlas Speed Factory / Fresh N Lean / Eleven Motorsports / Bell Helmets / TechSpec / Suspension Matters / Mithos USA / Dunlop / ASV Inventions / Fast Bike Industries / Yoshimura / Alpinestars / VNM Sport / Cycle Gear / Galfer USA / Maxima USA / Allsport Dynamics / Anthony’s Leatherworks / Martino Design.

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