MotoAmerica: Ryan “Max” Johnson Racing Yamaha In Twins Cup

MotoAmerica: Ryan “Max” Johnson Racing Yamaha In Twins Cup

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued by LocoMotion Racing:

Ryan “Max” Johnson has his sights set on MotoAmerica’s 2020 Twins Cup Championship

Central Motorcycle Roadracing Association’s 2019 Ultra Lightweight Champion will put his skills to the test onboard a proven Yamaha MT-07.

After winning multiple championships in CMRA, RMJ has decided to take his LocoMotion Racing team to the national series. During his 2019 season, he teamed up with Keith Hertell of VonHertell Racing Services and together they built a top-notch racing machine that allowed RMJ to push his already daring limits. The drive to take the Twins Cup Championship was born from that partnership and RMJ expects this combination will land him on the podium.

“I have a great team behind me and with Keith’s ability to dial in the bike3, I’m confident the upcoming season will be a success. I can’t wait to get out there and race in what is arguably the most competitive class in MotoAmerica.”

For the next few months RMJ and LocoMotion Racing will be busy preparing for the first Twins Cup round in Road Atlanta. The team is looking to complete its partnering sponsorships for the 2020 season, if you’re interested in being a part of the LocoMotion program, please email Team Manager, Kimberly Eastburn at [email protected].

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