Saturday, March 5, 2016

AMA Pro Flat Track Bonuses to Be Had in Newly-Announced Triumph Motorcycles Racing Partners Purchase Program

Triumph Motorcycles announced this week a new contingency program aimed at anyone that races the British marques in selected racing series for the 2016 season. AMA Pro Flat Track alone pays $5K for a win, $3K for 2nd-place and $2K for a 3rd-place finish in a main event. Some of the other series that Triumph will also be paying contingencies include road racing series MotoAmerica, CCS and WERA.

In the shot above, Jake Shoemaker's #55 Bonneville Performance/Castrol/Triumph-sponsored Triumph Bonnevilles sit in the team's pit area prior to the running of the legendary Indy Mile during round 7 of the 2015 AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship Harley-Davidson GNC1 presented by Vance & Hines series at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on July 11.

With the Latus Motorsports team pulling out of the AMA Pro Flat Track series for the 2016 season and Brandon Robinson hooking up with the Kennedy Racing team for this season, this will leave the Bonneville Performance Triumph team again as the lone representative of the British bikes, unless someone else should come along with this new racing contingency program. The release didn't say anything about whether the BP team will be able to take advantage of this new payout system, but would be a nice bonus for them if it were especially with as many years as the Bill Gately-headed team has spent in putting these awesome machines on the track.

Check out the full release below to see all of the info involved with this just-released contingency program from Triumph Motorcycles.

Triumph Motorcycles reveals 2016 Racing Partners Purchase Program and performance bonus fund

Sent on behalf of Triumph Motorcycles

ATLANTA (March 3, 2016) - Triumph Motorcycles America is pleased to announce the return of the Triumph Racing Partners Purchase Program, offering teams and riders the ability to purchase motorcycles and parts at a reduced price for participation in any national amateur or professionally sanctioned race series.

The Triumph Racing Partners Purchase Program offers model year 2015 or prior Triumph Daytona 675s for $7,500 and Triumph Daytona 675Rs for $10,000. Triumph parts can also be purchased at a reduced cost of 50% off retail pricing.

In addition to the Triumph Daytona 675s, other model year 2015 and prior Triumph motorcycles used for racing can be purchased for 25% off MSRP. All motorcycles must be purchased from Triumph warehouse stock while supplies last.
Additionally, Triumph is excited to offer a Performance Bonus Fund for the top performing Triumph racers. Racers accepted into the Triumph Racing Partners Purchase Program and competing in MotoAmerica, AMA Pro Flat Track, AMA, WERA, CCS, ASRA, AHRMA (excluding Thruxton Cup) and other national amateur race series will be eligible to receive the following contingency bonuses.

Road Racing Bonuses
Amateur National Series
Pole Position
Race Start
AMA Pro Flat Track Bonuses
Main Top 5 Finish
Dash for Cash Qualifier
Dash for Cash Win
Fast Qualifier
Heat Race Win
Also, Triumph is announcing a "Race for Free" opportunity. All competitors eligible for the Triumph Racing Partners Purchase Program, and competing in any Amateur National Road Racing series, will receive reimbursement of their race entries with the purchase of a new model year 2015 or prior Triumph Daytona 675 and 675R used in competition during the 2016 season.
Triumph will also be extending its support to the growing Thruxton Cup series, with at least $25,000 in annual support anticipated. Complete details will be announced soon, but it will include a hospitality lounge at all event, a championship prize fund, legendary road racers participating at select events, amongst other features for Thruxton Cup competitors.

To be considered for Triumph's Racing Partner Purchase Program and Performance Bonus Fund, please apply through the below link. Triumph and identity requirements, as well as other stipulations to participate, are outlined on the online application form.

Racing Partners Purchase Program Application

About Triumph

Triumph Motorcycles is the British premium, lifestyle brand, which produces a wide range of distinctive, cool, and authentic Modern Classic, Adventure, Sport, Cruiser and Touring motorcycles. Also the oldest continually produced motorcycle brand, the first Triumph was manufactured in 1902. The company's global headquarters are located in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, solely owned by Bloor Holdings Ltd. Triumph Motorcycles America Ltd., its North American subsidiary, is based in Atlanta, Ga., and is home to the motorcycle industry's first 24/7 Customer Support team.
To see the full range of Triumph motorcycles, visit
For additional information contact:
AMA Pro Racing Communications, (386) 492-1014,

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