S&S Cycle, the performance company behind the S&S Cycle/Indian Motorcycle team, is no on board as a supporting partner of MotoAmerica.
Photo by Brian J. Nelson

MotoAmerica, North America’s premier motorcycle road racing series, is pleased to announce that S&S Cycle is now on board as an official supporting partner of the 2024 MotoAmerica Championship.

S&S Cycle started in the motorcycle business in 1958 when George Smith chose to follow his passion for motorcycle racing and chasing performance to the extreme to open S&S Cycle. Now, over 65 years later, S&S Cycle’s goal is the same: go faster, make more power and do it more reliably than stock.

“We are excited to come aboard as an official supporting partner of MotoAmerica this year and can’t wait to see the Indian Motorcycle racing team return to the top of the podium,” said Jon Montgomery, Head of Marketing for S&S Cycle.

The S&S Cycle/Indian Motorcycles duo of Tyler O’Hara and Troy Herfoss.

In addition to its partnership with MotoAmerica, S&S is a major player in the Mission King Of The Baggers series as the company behind the S&S Cycle/Indian Motorcycle team of Tyler O’Hara and series newcomer Troy Herfoss as they go after the 2024 Mission King Of The Baggers Championship with their two Indian Challengers.

“Having such a storied performance company as S&S Cycle join MotoAmerica as a supporting partner is awesome,” said Lance Bryson, MotoAmerica’s Director of Sponsorship. “These guys have been around the block more times than you can count, and they are heavily involved in racing and notably our Mission King Of The Baggers series. This year promises to be the best as we celebrate our 10-year anniversary, and we are stoked that S&S Cycle is a part of that.”

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