Thom Duma Fine Jewelers will award custom jewelry to each of the 2024 MotoAmerica class champions.

MotoAmerica, North America’s premier motorcycle road racing series, is pleased to announce that Thom Duma Fine Jewelers (TDFJ) is now an official supporting partner of the MotoAmerica Championship with TDFJ to award custom jewelry to each of the 2024 class champions.

Owned and operated by former AMA flat track racer Thom Duma Jr., TDFJ has been in the Duma family for almost 75 years with Thom Jr. taking over the business from his father following his successful career as a racer.

TDFJ has since been providing the Mahoning Valley in Ohio with fine jewelry, including engagement rings, wedding rings, and luxury watches. Now TDFJ is proud to add MotoAmerica Championship rings to the mix.

Thom Duma Fine Jeweler’s unique ties that connect racing and jewelry are not reserved for MotoAmerica champions alone. For fans, TDFJ offers a full line of top jewelry designers in fashion and bridal with diamonds sourced from around the world and fine Swiss timepieces. The complete line is available for purchase online at, and you can contact Duma personally via email at [email protected]

TDFJ will make custom championship rings for those earning the titles in Steel Commander Superbike, Mission King Of The Baggers and Supersport. The rest of the classes will get custom pendants, including smaller scale pendants for Mission Mini Cup By Motul championship winners.

For the rings to be truly custom, TDFJ will work with the newly crowned champions once their titles are decided with the riders choosing between several designs, including the color of gold and the gemstones with a retail value of between $12,000 to $15,000.

“We’re excited that Thom has come on board with MotoAmerica to produce what are really cool and unique rings and pendants for our class champions this year,” said MotoAmerica President Wayne Rainey. “Honoring the athletes with this jewelry is a unique way of celebrating their championships. They are nice awards the winners can either wear or display in their trophy cases.” “It is an honor to be named the Official Supporting Jewelry Partner to MotoAmerica for the 2024 season,” said Duma. “Being a former dirt track racer at the professional level and a road racer at the amateur level, I understand what it takes to put together a winning season and what better way to remember that success than with a piece of fine jewelry that will last a lifetime.”

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