Village Idiots Fielding Team In 2020 CMRA ULW Endurance Series

Village Idiots Fielding Team In 2020 CMRA ULW Endurance Series

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Village Idiots:

Village Idiots making a comeback in 2020 CMRA ULW Endurance Series


Dallas, Texas – Village Idiots endurance team announces that they will be competing in the 2020 CMRA ULW Endurance series aboard a 2019 Kawasaki Ninja 400. Village Idiots, multi-time overall endurance champions (2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017) in the CMRA Championship Big Bike Endurance series are proven winners in endurance racing. With the Championship Big Bike Endurance sunset in 2017, the Idiots have decided to compete in the popular and highly competitive CMRA ULW Endurance series.

The team consists of some of the top riders in the CMRA series.

John Orchard (Team Owner)

Chris Headley (Team Captain)

Cory Burleson

Michael Klesel

Derek Thomas


John Orchard, Village Idiots Team Owner, states: “We are excited to be bringing the Village Idiots back together to compete in the CMRA ULW Endurance series. During the off-season we prepped two new Kawasaki Ninja 400’s with great support from our outstanding sponsors. For this year’s team, long time Idiots Chris and Cory are back, and we’ve added Mike and Derek as new Idiots for 2020. The new Idiots both have solid race experience and we are all friends on and off the track. The CMRA puts on the best series in North America with top notch competition and with the support of our sponsors we have a competitive bike to combine with a solid team that promises be a lot of fun for 2020!”


The Village Idiots would like to thank their sponsors who are onboard for the 2020 season:

RaceworX, RES, Dunlop, M4, Drippin Wet, Woodcraft, G-Man racing, Moto Liberty, Shorai, HD painting, FastFrank.


The first round of a 6 round endurance series will be at MSR Houston in Angleton, Texas February 15, 2020. More information can be found on the CMRA website:


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