The Mission Super Hooligan National Championship (MSHNC) was created by Roland Sands Design in conjunction with MotoAmerica, and it features motorcycles from various disciplines, along with a broad set of rules meant to bring new riders and brands into road racing. For 2024, the MSHNC features a five-round schedule that began on the high banks of Daytona International Speedway in March, followed by Ridge Motorsports Park in June, then WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca in July, then Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course in August, and wraps up in September at the Circuit of The Americas. The Championship features 750cc and up, air- or water-cooled, 2 cylinders, 125 horsepower or less, minimum weight of 420 pounds, no bodywork, stock frames, high-bar motorcycles. Electric motorcycles are also eligible for competition. The American Air-Cooled V-Twin Challenge is a separate class within the MSHNC and offers $2,500 in prizes per race to American air-cooled V-twin-powered machines, on top of the $2,500 in MSHNC race contingencies being paid out.

Engine Configurations:

• Air-Cooled Motorcycles

Originally equipped, air-cooled, 2-cylinder, minimum displacement of 750cc, normally aspirated or forced induction.

• Water-Cooled Motorcycles

Originally equipped, water-cooled, 2-cylinder, minimum displacement of 750cc, normally aspirated.

• Electric Motorcycles

Street-legal production motorcycles with single electric motors. No motocross or dual-sport-type electric motorcycles allowed. All electric motorcycles must be pre-approved for competition before the event or season.

Minimum Weight:

397 pounds

American Air-Cooled V-Twin Challenge

Engine Configurations:

Over 750cc, air-cooled, American-made, V-twin