DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (July 22, 2019) – Harley-Davidson announced today its 2019 American Flat Track Contingency Program for the AFT Production Twins class to begin with the 2019 Black Hills Half-Mile presented by Law Tigers running Tuesday, August 6 in Rapid City, S.D.

The momentum behind the XG750R as an AFT Production Twins machine has been growing as James Rispoli took his first class podium aboard the Black Hills Harley-Davidson ProBEAM XG750R at the Lima Half-Mile.

Friday’s announcement of Roof Systems AFT Singles presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys points leader Dalton Gauthier’s intention to race a second Black Hills Harley-Davidson ProBEAM XG750R has furthered the excitement around Harley-Davidson’s commitment to contingency support for the AFT Production Twins class.

“We are very excited to see the growth and emerging talent within the AFT Production Twins class,” said Eric Jensen, Global Brand Marketing Lead for Harley-Davidson. “Harley-Davidson motorcycles go back to the very foundation of professional flat track and we see the AFT Production Twins class as an opportunity to expand the legacy of Harley-Davidson within the sport.”

“Harley Davidson’s contingency announcement is the latest indication of excitement and momentum growing in our new AFT Production Twins class.” said Michael Lock, CEO of American Flat Track. “Terry Rymer, of Black Hills Harley-Davidson, has been a big supporter of Production Twins and his all-star lineup of Rispoli and Gauthier is sure to make a splash.”

The per-race contingency payouts are available to non-factory riders in the AFT Production Twins class and is broken down as follows:

Finishing Position      

1. $2,500                                  

2. $1,500                                         

3. $1,000                                    

Per-Race Subtotal       $5,000                                            
Races                            7 races                               
Per-Race 2019 Total    $30,000                                     

To be eligible for contingency payouts, riders must run an eligible XG750R in the AFT Production Twins class. To remain eligible, all machines must maintain stock bodywork and riders must wear a Harley-Davidson logo on the upper-chest portion of their leathers.

To help riders take home as many contingency dollars as possible, American Flat Track has created online Contingency Guidelines for each of its three classes: 2019 American Flat Track Contingency Guidelines.

The American Flat Track competitors will be kicking off an intense and jam-packed August with the Buffalo Chip TT in Sturgis, S.D., on Sunday, August 4 and the Black Hills Half-Mile presented by Law Tigers in Rapid City, S.D. on Tuesday, August 6. As always, live coverage will be available at Tickets are available through

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—Press Release


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