Hayden Schultz (left) and Cody Wyman will race KWR Harley-Davidson Pan Americas in the 2024 Mission Super Hooligans National Championship.

The following is from Kyle Wyman Racing (KWR)…

Kyle Wyman Racing (KWR) has announced its return to MotoAmerica to field a two-rider team for the 2024 Mission Super Hooligan National Championship, featuring the iconic Harley-Davidson® Pan America™ motorcycle. Cody Wyman (#34) and Hayden Schultz (#49) will make their Super Hooligan debut for KWR this coming weekend at Daytona International Speedway with weekend-title sponsor Gator Harley-Davidson of Leesburg, Florida. 

Super Hooligan racing has electrified the MotoAmerica championship, featuring heavily modified sport, cruiser, and adventure touring bikes that reach speeds of 170 mph. The Harley-Davidson Pan America sheds it’s ADV clothing to compete in this class and this new KWR effort will add another H-D supported team in the MotoAmerica paddock in 2024.

Cody Wyman at speed on his Harley-Davidson Pan America.

“Bagger and Hooligan racing have taken MotoAmerica by storm in recent years, and my goal in this program is to expand on that and strengthen the Harley-Davidson Racing footprint within our series,” said Kyle Wyman, who competes full-time for the Harley-Davidson Factory Race Team in Mission King Of The Baggers. “I want to extend a special acknowledgment to our tech lead, Gene Burcham, for his exceptional hard work building these bikes, and to Harley-Davidson for supporting another new team in the paddock. This is a fun project to be a small part of, and I look forward to watching it grow and improve throughout the year.”

Wyman and Schultz each bring unique experience to the team. Cody, making his Super Hooligans debut, currently serves as a test rider for the Harley-Davidson Factory Race Team. With numerous podium finishes and a championship in other MotoAmerica classes, Cody’s expertise promises a successful season.

“I’m really excited to compete on a Harley-Davidson in MotoAmerica,” Cody Wyman said. “I can’t thank the team and sponsors enough for all the hard work and preparation, so let’s kick things off at Daytona this weekend!”

Hayden Schultz, also making his Super Hooligans debut, will race a Harley-Davidson for the first time since the Vance & Hines/Harley-Davidson XR1200 series concluded in 2014. His enthusiasm and expertise in handling Harley-Davidson bikes make him a valuable addition to the KWR lineup.

“It’s always really cool starting the season on the high banks,” Schultz said. “I’m really looking forward to getting to Daytona, and after getting some laps on the Harley-Davidson Pan America, I know we have a strong base and a good platform. I’m looking forward to seeing what kind of results we can put in to open the season and building on it throughout the year.”

KWR would like to extend its thanks to sponsors Gator Harley, KATO Fastening, Blud Lubricants, SC Project, Motovation Accessories, Accossato, Rizoma, Dymag, Renthal, Roller Die & Forming, and Alpinestars.

The team is gearing up for their debut at the first round of the 2024 Mission Super Hooligan National Championship, starting this coming weekend at Daytona International Speedway from March 7-9. 

KWR is proud to announce Gator Harley as the title sponsor for the Daytona round.

As the team embarks on this renewed journey, KWR invites fans, sponsors, and enthusiasts alike to join them. Stay tuned for an action-packed season that promises to be an exciting chapter in the annals of Super Hooligan racing.

Be sure to follow along at @kwr_harley and www.kylewyman.com for news and updates.