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Vance & Hines Announced as Presenting Sponsor of AFT SuperTwins

American Flat Track announced today a multiyear renewal of its long-standing partnership with Vance & Hines. As the AFT SuperTwins class makes its 2020 debut, the premier class of AFT will once again hold Vance & Hines as its presenting sponsor.

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The sponsorship is a natural for Vance & Hines, a company with its roots in racing and its focus on performance. Vance & Hines is the market leader in motorcycle exhaust, air flow and performance management electronics. Through its 40-year history the company has operated factory race programs for several manufacturers and provided the performance that delivered championships in almost every type of motorcycle racing.

The California-based leader in motorcycle performance has stirred up real excitement with its AFT SuperTwins presented by Vance & Hines rider roster. With veterans Bryan Smith and Jarod Vanderkooi leading the charge with young protege Dalton Gauthier, the V&H-powered Harley-Davidson XG750R-mounted pilots will be a formidable force against the competition.

“Vance & Hines are a long-standing supporter of AFT and a fierce competitor in our race paddock,” said Michael Lock, CEO of American Flat Track. “We are proud to embark on a new multiyear partnership with them, and fans all across the country eagerly await their progress on the tracks in the 2020 series.”

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“We couldn’t be more excited about being part of AFT SuperTwins, the premier class in American flat track racing,” said Mike Kennedy, president of Vance & Hines. “At Vance & Hines, racing is in our blood and this series is a perfect way for us to highlight how we deliver exhilaration on the track and on the street.”

Link: American Flat Track

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