J&P Cycles is presenting sponsor of AMA flat track racing

Publish Date: 
Feb 27, 2013

ANAMOSA, Iowa – J&P Cycles will serve as the presenting sponsor of AMA Pro Flat Track and title sponsor of the AMA Pro J&P Cycles Pro Singles class this year under a newly formed partnership.

As part of the agreement, J&P Cycles will contribute a $25,000 year-end points fund for the rising stars of the AMA Pro J&P Cycles Pro Singles Class.

“I see great things in store for the future in the ranks of the J&P Pro Singles class and look forward to the success our up-and-coming riders will attain thanks to this new relationship,” said Michael Gentry, chief operating officer of AMA Pro Racing. “The support that J&P Cycles has pledged through the year-end points fund is vital to the growth of the sport and is deeply appreciated by the entire paddock.”


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At each event on the 2013 AMA Pro Flat Track presented by J&P Cycles schedule, the company will get to on-site exposure. The two companies will also be working together to develop unique and engaging website content and social media initiatives to further the sport by engaging a younger demographic.

“AMA Pro Flat Track represents the grass roots of racing at its best, and we are pleased to be a part of this sport with so much history,” said J&P Cycles vice president/general manager Zach Parham. “The racing this year is going to exciting and we look forward to sharing the excitement and action with our customers.”

The J&P Cycles Pro Singles division is the deepest it’s been in recent years. Defending champion Stephen Vanderkuur will be gunning for a repeat season, but the Michigan native will undoubtedly have his hands full as aggressive competitors such as Jake Cunningham, Dominic Colindres, Shayna Texter, Gerit Callies and others share the same aspiring title hopes.

As if pride wasn’t enough for these young stars, a $10,000 bonus will be awarded to the 2013 J&P Cycles Pro Singles Champion. The complete pay structure for the J&P Cycles Year-End Points Fund is as follows: Champion, $10,000; 2nd place, $5,000; 3rd place, $4,000; 4th place, $3,000; 5th place, $2,000; 6th place, $1,000.

The 2013 AMA Pro Flat Track presented by J&P Cycles season will kick off as part of the historic Daytona 200 Week. The AMA Pro Grand National Championship and J&P Cycles Pro Singles divisions take to the track in a set of one-day events on March 14 and 15 at the Daytona Flat Track outside of the Daytona International Speedway’s west banking. For tickets, visit www.daytonainternationalspeedway.com.

Posted by Holly Wagner