Putting middleweight, twin-cylinder motorcycles in the spotlight, Twins Cup enables regional and club racers from around the country to step up to the MotoAmerica series and compete on a national level.

Engine Configurations:
Over 600cc up to 800cc, 4-stroke, 2-cylinder

Minimum Weight:
Over 600cc up to 700cc: 297.6 pounds
Over 700cc up to 800cc: 319.6 pounds
Rider Age Limit:
16-55

TWINS CUP SEASON ENTRIES

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  • Roswell, Georgia

#16 Trevor Standish - Pure Attitude Racing

Trevor Standish finished 16th in the 2019 MotoAmerica Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship with a best finish of fourth in race two at VIRginia International Raceway. For 2020, Standish is making the move to the Twins Cup class where he will race a Pure Attitude Racing Suzuki SV650.

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  • Rock Hill, South Carolina

#18 Jackson Blackmon - Robem Engineering

Jackson Blackmon ended up fourth in the 2019 MotoAmerica Liqui Moly Junior Cup Championship with two second-place finishes the high points of his season. Blackmon made the move to the Twins Cup class for the series finale at Barber Motorsports Park and came away with a second-place finish in his debut in the class. For 2020, Blackmon will make the move to the Twins Cup full time on his Robem Engineering Suzuki SV650.

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  • Tulsa, Oklahoma

#20 Cooper McDonald - BARTCON Racing

Cooper McDonald arrived on the MotoAmerica scene in a big way when he finished third at the Utah Motorsports Campus round. Things weren't as good after that but the rookie was consistent for the remainder of the year and that ended up netting him eighth in the Twins Cup Championship. The Oklahoman, who comes from a racing family, will race at BARTCON Racing-backed Yamaha FZ-07/MT-07 in a full season of MotoAmerica in 2020.

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  • Banning, California

#27 Toby Khamsouk - Robem Engineering

Toby Khamsouk ended the 2019 Liqui Moly Junior Cup Series ranked 12th with a best finish of seventh place, a spot he occupied three times over the course of the season. For 2020, Khamsouk is another of the Junior Cuppers making the move to the Twins Cup class and he'll do so on a Robem Engineering-backed Yamaha.

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  • Carlsbad, California

#75 Cliff Ramsdell - First XV Racing

Cliff Ramsdell competed in a limited amount of MotoAmerica rounds in 2019, but has made a commitment to do the entire 2020 MotoAmerica Twins Cup. The Californian will race a First XV Racing-backed Suzuki SV650 in the coming season.

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  • Old Hickory, Tennessee

#128 Chris Parrish - AP MotoArts/Ghetto Customs

Chris Parrish won the Twins Cup Championship in its first season in 2018 and he finished fourth in the series points chase in 2019, winning two races and standing on the podium a total of four times. Parrish will be ready to fight for the title again in 2020, riding his AP MotoArts/Ghetto Customs-backed Yamaha FZ-07/MT-07.

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  • Weatherford, Texas

#196 Ryan Max Johnson - LocoMotion Racing

Ryan Max Johnson will make his MotoAmerica Twins Cup debut in 2020, riding a LocoMotion Racing-sponsored Yamaha FZ-07/MT-07.

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  • Morton, Illinois

#212 Mitch Stein - Team MIM

Mitch Stein will campaign a full season of MotoAmerica Twins Cup racing in 2020, the Morton, Illinois resident set to race a Team MIM-backed Suzuki SV650.

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  • Indian Hills, Colorado

#213 Jason Madama - Syndicate Racing/Apex Assassins

Jason Madama finished sixth in the 2019 MotoAmerica Twins Cup Championship, the Coloradan scoring points in every single round. Madama, who rides a Syndicate Racing/Apex Assassins-backed Yamaha FZ-07/MT-07, had his best outings at Road Atlanta and Sonoma Raceway with fifth-place rides in both of those. Madama will be back for more in 2020, wearing his signature pink leathers and battling at the front.

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  • Jacksonville, North Carolina

#270 Ryne Snooks - Ready To Ride

Ryne Snooks finished 27th in the 2019 Twins Cup Series, racing a part-time schedule. Snooks will race full-time in 2020 on his Ready To Ride-sponsored Suzuki SV650.

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  • Springfield, Missouri

#532 Carl Price - Plastic Surgery Racing

The racing doctor, Dr. Carl Price, will return to action in the 2020 MotoAmerica Twins Cup, riding a Plastic Surgery Racing-backed Suzuki SV650.

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  • Asbury, New Jersey

#642 Robert Cichielo Jr. - N2 Racing

Robert Cichielo Jr. will return to the MotoAmerica Series in 2020, riding an N2 Racing Suzuki SV650 in the Twins Cup. The New Jersey resident took part in the series in 2019.

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