We’re pumped to introduce our partnership with the Sacramento Mile x SDI racing with the factory Built S & S Challenger entry race-prepped by Roland Sands Design. The #50 Indian Challenger will be ridden by Superbike competitor Bobby Fong. Bobby’s got a taste of the bagger in the preseason and has his sights set on the top of the King of the Bagger podium.
The #14 Indian Challenger is a Mission Foods sponsored RSD-built King of the Bagger entry being ridden by the always popular KOB podium finisher Frankie Garcia. The bike has gone through several changes over the off-season and Indian, along with S & S Cycles, has supplied a new motor to help propel the Challenger into Daytona legend status.
Indian FTR #1 and #2 are purpose-built asphalt-ready racers. After last year's dip in the road racing pool at Laguna Seca, we’ve started from scratch this year with two new FTRs fully prepped for road race duty with motor work by the crew at Lloyd’s performance. KOB race winner and top man Tyler Ohara is slated to ride the # 29 Indian FTR 1200 with fellow bagger racer and fast guy Frankie Garcia doing double duty on the # 14 Indian FTR1200, as well as the Indian Challenger. Both riders will be pushing to be at the top of the SHNC podium.
The #33 Super Hooligan Indian Chief is being ridden by Australian top gun and Pikes Peak winner Rennie Scaysbrook who will be battling for the Mission Foods Air-cooled American Twin Challenge title. A race within the Super Hooligan race will see both air-cooled Indians and Harley’s battling bar to bar for the Mission Challenge bragging rights. Rennie’s got history on the Indian Chief taking a win at the inaugural Big Twin race
A huge thanks to all our sponsors who are helping make this year possible.: Indian Motorcycles, S & S cycles, Mission Foods, GEICO, Sacramento Mile, SDI racing, Dunlop, Motul, Bell Helmets, Saddleman, and SC racing.