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TRAVIS - LAS VEGAS (April 10) -- After his recent move to Las Vegas, Travis Wyman has shifted gears and set his sights on a new discipline in motorsports - this time on four wheels. The middle of the three Wyman brothers has been working as a professional driving instructor for Dream Racing at Las Vegas Motor Speedway, and most recently raced as a last minute fill-in for the Third Generation Racing team in the USLCI Legends series event last weekend.

CODY - DAYTONA BEACH (Mar. 18) -- Harv's Harley-Davidson Suzuki rider Cody Wyman earned his best career finishes this past weekend in the opening rounds of AMA Pro Supersport at Daytona International Speedway.

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Mazda Raceway Laguna Seca marked the final round of the 2013 AMA Pro Road Racing Season. Since the AMA Supersport East championship came to a close at the previous round at New Jersey Motorsports Park, it was just Travis who competed at this event. Not only in the XR1200 series, but this would mark Travis’ debut in the Daytona Sportbike class. The weekend started off well, with Travis practicing and qualifying in the 25th spot in Sportbike, and 8th in the XR1200 class. On Saturday, Travis found some more time in the early morning session and bumped up to 5th place on the XR1200 grid. Approaching the final race of the XR series, Travis and his team opted to sit out of the second round of qualifying for Sportbike to physically and mentally prepare for the Race.

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New Jersey Motorsports Park was a track that the Wyman brothers were very familiar with. Going into the second to last round of the AMA Pro Road Racing Season, Travis and Cody had to focus and follow up with a good result. Supersport practice and qualifying went well for the Wyman brothers as Travis found himself sixth, and Cody, 30th after some minor mechanical issues. Race 1 didn’t exactly go as planned. Travis got off to a good start, but unfortunately crashed out of fifth place on lap two of the 19-lap race, ultimately ending his efforts. On the other hand, Cody had a good battle with a group of riders and brought his Harv’s Harley-Davidson GSXR600 home for a solid 14th place finish. In the XR1200 qualifying, Travis fought to put in a quick time, pushing harder and harder and crashed in the final minutes of qualifying.

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The double header weekend at Indianapolis Motor Speedway marked the first and second rounds of the four race Vance & Hines XR1200 Showdown. The top 10 riders in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series point standings were reset to 1000 after Mid-Ohio, putting just those riders in contention for the championship. The Harv's Harley-Davidson team had high hopes for their XR1200 rider heading into Indianapolis. Travis had just come off of his best career finish of 2nd place in the class at Mid-Ohio, proving to be a big threat in contention for the championship. The first practice however did not go as planned. Travis was forced to retire after only a few laps due to a mechanical issue on his motorcycle. With very little track time heading into qualifying, Travis worked hard to get in a rhythm and found himself in the sixth position on the grid for the races. A good start in race one found the Harv's Harley-Davidson rider in a three-way battle for sixth position. He made a break from the group and set his sights on the leading pack of four riders.

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Harv’s Harley-Davidson Racing had a short drive to Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course, for the Buckeye Superbike Weekend. The closest round to home for Travis and Cody Wyman. Travis, 21, was a front-runner in each race, leading laps, and battling for wins. Which earned him forth and second in AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport races, and a hard earned second place finish in the AMA Pro Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series. Cody, 19, fought through early struggles, by finishing in the points at eighteenth and fifteenth.

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The Wyman brothers have had plenty of experience racing at Barber Motorsports Park, so the intentions were high for Travis and Cody going into the third round of the AMA Pro Road Racing series. Travis got off to a good start putting his Harv’s Harley-Davidson GSXR 600 in the 13th qualifying spot. Cody on the other hand suffered minor crash on the first lap of qualifying ultimately ending his session early. He suffered from bruising, which forced him to be unable to ride at his full potential. The team decided it would be best for him to rest up and take this time to prepare for Mid-Ohio. Travis struggled with set up of his motorcycle and found him in a hard fought battle all the way to the finish for 14th place.

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Two months after Round 1 at Daytona, the Wyman brothers headed up to Wisconsin aiming for podiums. Steady progress showed for Travis Wyman, while Cody worked hard at backing up his results from Daytona.

Travis has seen the podium at Road America before in 2011, scoring a win and a runner-up in Supersport and 3rd in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series. A qualifying position of ninth in Supersport made a podium finish more difficult for the twenty-one year old New Yorker, while Cody managed to start from the seventh row. Travis qualified fifth on his XR.

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After a long offseason in the cold North, Harv’s Harley-Davidson Racing was prepared for the 2013 Geico Motorcycle AMA Pro Racing season. Round 1 at Daytona International Speedway was a weekend of ups and downs. Scoring three top tens out of five races. Ultimately showing great potential for the rest of the year.

Travis Wyman, 21, topped the first Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport practice, being the fastest of the 61-rider field. Electronic issues daunted his qualifying position of ninth, while younger brother Cody, 19, notched his career best qualifying result of tenth. Travis also claimed his first career pole position in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series, posting a time .176 seconds faster than second place.

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Going into the last round of the AMA Pro Racing Series, the Harv’s Harley-Davidson team had high hopes for their two riders. Being a new track for both Cody and Travis, they both managed to pick up the pace quickly in the opening rounds of practice and qualifying. Travis qualified a season’s best of 4th place in Supersport, and 5th in the XR1200 class, while Cody qualified in 26th place. Supersport Race one began with a thrilling battle between Travis and a few other riders. In the end, Travis finished in the 8th place, and Cody in 20th. On Sunday, Travis got a good start in the XR1200 series and was having a good race until unfortunately crashing out of 3rd place.

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After a frustrating weekend at New Jersey Motorsports Park, the Harv's Harley-Davidson Team made the long trip down to Homestead, FL for the 11th round of the AMA Pro Racing Road Racing Championship. A new program full of plenty of support from head crew chief Al Narbonne, and a new paint scheme designed by JBR Grafx proved to be a promising weekend for the Wyman brothers. Travis qualified at a season best of 3rd in the XR1200 class and 9th in the Supersport class. Cody qualified 20th putting both Wyman boys in a good starting spot for the weekend. Supersport Race one on Saturday proved to be a successful outing with forward progress being made! Travis moved up and fought his way to a 7th place finish, while Cody finished in the 17th spot.

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The Harv’s Harley-Davidson Racing Team made the short drive over to The Indianapolis Motor Speedway for round 9 of the Vance & Hines XR1200 Championship. This weekend not only showcased the MotoGP riders racing in America, but it marked the opening round for the 10-rider showdown for the overall champion of the XR1200 series. Having missed the test the weekend prior at IMP, it was up to Travis to get a jump on the other competitors and come out strong. After very little practice, Travis managed to qualify his Harv’s Harley-Davidson XR1200 in 8th place out of more than 30 riders! An unfortunate oil spill ended race 1 early, resulted in Travis finishing in 8th. Race two found Travis in a heated battle with two other riders all the way to the stripe. A last lap attempt at a draft pass was not enough for Wyman as he once again brought his XR1200 home in 8th place. Travis is currently sitting in 6th place in the points championship, and plans to continue his efforts into the next round at New Jersey Motorsports Park (September, 7-9).

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Travis and Cody Wyman made their way to the closest track on the circuit in Lexington, Ohio. Travis stormed out of the gate on Friday finding himself 3rd in practice, and 6th in qualifying, while Cody had his best qualifying effort of his Pro career in 14th.

A rain delayed Race 1 had riders caught off guard with the damp conditions on DOT slick Dunlop tires. The track at Mid-Ohio has a unique tarmac surface that is practically unrideable in the wet. While Travis struggled with setup, he fell back into a 10th place finish, Cody improved one spot to take 13th.

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While the Harv’s Harley-Davidson crew has been hard at work prepping and maintaining the motorcycles for each and every round. The boys have been very busy as well! Cody just recently graduated from Penfield High School class of 2012, while Travis has been traveling the country working for Kuryakyn installing parts on all different brands of motorcycles. Where to begin!

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The Harv’s Harley-Davidson Racing team headed down to Daytona with full confidence in having a productive weekend. This weekend introduced the first time for youngest brother Cody to ride the high banks of Daytona. Practice and qualifying sessions were progressive, with Travis suffering a slight tip over in the opening round of practice.

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Harv’s Harley-Davidson Racing plans to enter brothers Travis and Cody Wyman on Suzuki GSX-R600s in the AMA Pro Motorcycle-Superstore.com SuperSport East Championship as well as field Travis on a Harley-Davidson Sportster XR1200 in the 2012 AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Championship.

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MACEDON, NY (February 20,2012) - After a grueling up and down 2011 race season consisting of podiums, race wins, and injury, our focus has moved on from last year and directed completely toward the 2012 race season. My brother Cody and I, along with my crew chief Aaron Brown and Mother Kim, have put together an incredible program to make this a successful year. We have totally re-vamped our program that will incorporate two riders competing in the AMA Supersport East Series on GSXR 600’s, in coordination with my third year in the Vance and Hines XR1200 Series.

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MACEDON, NY (October 28,2011) - After my unfortunate weekend at Barber Motorsports Park in late June, I suffered an injury to my left hand. I lost the front end in turn five of race two resulting in a serious injury to my pinky finger. The race of champions was the first time that I would grid up and race since my wreck. So I flew down to Florida in hopes to shake off the jitters and get some quality seat time.

I spent most of practice getting used to new Suzuki 600’s that I am riding now while building my confidence back up. I had two races on Saturday where I had to start from the back of the grid, which was around 35th place. The first race was 25 minutes, and I got a good start. My only goal at this time was to just make it through turn one. There was so much traffic and clutter through the first section of track that I kept careful until we got up on the banking. I got a good drive and was able to draft pass five bikes going into the next section.

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