LAS VEGAS — The Weir Everywhere Racing BMW team continues to grow its family of sponsors and welcomes the support of AGV Sport and ODI Grips beginning at the upcoming MotoAmerica Championship of Monterey at WeatherTech Raceway Laguna Seca.
The Las Vegas-based team also welcomes the continued support of Zero Gravity, Excelsus Solutions and Eric Bostrom’s Backmate brand at the Monterey, Calif., event, which takes place July 12-14 in conjunction with the FIM Superbike World Championship.
The team’s sponsors will get additional media exposure this weekend, as the team plans to campaign rider Travis Wyman in the Stock 1000 Class race on Saturday and the MotoAmerica Superbike race on Sunday.
AGV Sport is a rider-owned and operated motorcycle apparel company that has been producing high-quality protective gear for more than 30 years.
California-based ODI Grips has been researching, manufacturing and improving grips for a variety of bicycle and power sports applications for more than 25 years.
Wyman switched to AGV Sport leathers at the series’ previous round at Utah Motorsports Campus on June 15-16 and was impressed with the AGV Sport suit’s performance and style.
“I’m happy to welcome the support of AGV Sport and ODI Grips, as well as thank Zero Gravity, Excellus Solutions and Backmate for their continued support in 2019,” Wyman said. “It’s wonderful to have so many great people and brands supporting our Stock 1000 Class championship effort. We’re racing in two classes this weekend, and the team is delighted to reward our sponsors with additional exposure this weekend to the many fans who will be there for World Superbike.”
Las Vegas resident Wyman has not raced at the Laguna Seca facility since 2016 but has turned hundreds of laps on the 2.238-mile circuit aboard BMWs as an instructor for Keith Code’s California Superbike School. The team is looking forward to using Wyman’s track knowledge to get its BMW package dialed in early in the weekend.
For those attending the Championship of Monterey event, don’t forget to stop by the Weir Everywhere Racing BMW rig in the paddock or the team’s location on the fan walk to try out the same Backmate self-care products that have improved Wyman’s fitness and shortened his injury recovery time.
This weekend’s Stock 1000 race will be broadcast live exclusively on the MotoAmerica Live+ streaming platform. Sunday’s Superbike race also will be streamed over MotoAmerica Live+ and will be broadcast on Fox Sports 2 on Sunday at 6 p.m. Eastern time. Check local listings for Fox Sports 2’s availability in your area.
As the series crosses the mid-way point of the 2019 season, MotoAmerica is now offering Live+ subscriptions for $39.99. To purchase a Live+ subscription, visit www.motoamericaliveplus.com.