Cody Wyman tested an H-D Screamin’ Eagle Road Glide Special earlier this year. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

Cody Wyman has joined Team Saddlemen at New Jersey Motorsports Park and will compete in final round of the Mission King Of The Baggers Championship this weekend. Cody is filling in for Team Saddlemen’s Cory West, who sustained an injury at Circuit of The Americas. While this will be Cody’s first appearance in the King Of The Baggers class, he has served as a test and development rider for the factory Harley-Davidson Screamin’ Eagle team and knows his way around a Bagger. With the addition of Cody to the KOTB grid, which already includes older brothers Kyle and Travis, it marks the first time the three Wyman brothers will compete together in the same MotoAmerica class.

Cody Wyman’s number 34 and his name have been applied to the Team Saddlemen Harley-Davidson that he is racing this weekend at NJMP. Photo courtesy of Team Saddlemen.

“I am beyond excited to compete for Team Saddlemen and Harley-Davidson in the season finale,” Cody Wyman said. “I’ve been grateful for the opportunity to test a lot of different components on these bikes, but now, I can finally prioritize getting comfortable and focus on outright pace. I’ve raced a lot of different motorcycles this season, but I’ve worked for years to have this opportunity to go Baggers racing. Thank you to Saddlemen and H-D for the support, and I can’t wait to get things going for first practice.”

David Echert of Team Saddlemen commented, “We appreciate Harley-Davidson’s continued help to develop our bikes and team. I’m excited to finish the series on a high note as I see our four Saddlemen Baggers cross the finish line.”

Team Saddlemen is sponsored by Saddlemen, Harley-Davidson, Screamin’ Eagle, Darkhorse Motor Co, Hoban Brothers, Mission Foods, Drag Specialties, K&N Filters, NAMZ, Motul, Suicide Machine Co,. Bell Helmets, 4SR, Regina Chain, Alloy Arts, and Barnett Clutches.