WERA Cancels May 30-31 Cycle Jam At Road Atlanta

WERA Cancels May 30-31 Cycle Jam At Road Atlanta

© 2020, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By WERA Motorcycle Roadracing, Inc.:


After working with Road Atlanta and their parent company NASCAR this past week and the concerns expressed for our riders’ safety during these times it was mutually agreed to cancel the upcoming May 30/31 event.  We are currently looking at a re-schedule and possibly moving the National Races to the September 5/6 already on the schedule for Road Atlanta and have that be the 2020 Cycle Jam.  This decision was not easy for either of us and we trust that you all understand that we are dealing with circumstances we can’t control and are making decisions based on the good of all the participants in our paddock.

WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was founded in 1973 and remains the foremost place to develop talent in the sport of motorcycle road racing.  The legacy of Pro riders on a National and World level is legendary.  All events are run by WERA Motorcycle Roadracing with a co-sanction by the AMA and they go coast to coast offering entry level racing with the WERA Sportsman Series as well as a Pro-Am Series with the WERA National Challenge Series, WERA Motorcycle Roadracing also offer Vintage Racing and limited Endurance Racing with Track Day Partners N2 .  WERA Motorcycle Roadracing was voted the 2017 AMA Track Organizer of the Year.

For more information on WERA Motorcycle Roadracing please check out our web site at wera.com

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