DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (April 16, 2019) – Four-time DAYTONA 200 winner Danny Eslick makes his return to American Flat Track as part of the Black Hills Harley-Davidson/ProBEAM Racing Team. Eslick will compete at the Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda Texas Half-Mile presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys – aboard the No. 64 Black Hills Harley-Davidson/ProBEAM Harley-Davidson XG750R in the AFT Production Twins class.
Eslick, whose roadracing achievements have him ranked third on the all-time DAYTONA 200 wins list, has consistently made appearances within professional flat track throughout the years. Eslick has a history of success on Harley-Davidson machinery, producing results on both an XR750 and XR1200 in years past.
“I was already signed up to ride for Terry Rymer in the AFT Singles class at Texas,” said Eslick. “When I got the call about riding the XG750 in the Production Twins class, I knew I couldn’t say no to that deal, so I jumped all over the opportunity. I am thankful to Terry Rymer and Terry Vance for putting it all together. Texas is the closest race to where I’m from; I am very excited to go down there and represent on the XG for a hometown crowd.”
“I am very excited to announce our intent to race AFT Production Twins with Danny on board,” said Terry Rymer, Owner of Black Hills Harley-Davidson. “Through some good luck and timing, I was able to get ahold of Terry Vance at Vance & Hines and we got the bike together. With a quality Harley-Davidson machine and a proven rider like Danny Eslick, I hope that this inspires other dealers across the country to get back into professional flat track.”
To find out more about Eslick, his AFT Production Twins Harley-Davidson XG750R and how this powerhouse team was formed, check out the feature story on our website to be posted later today.
American Flat Track’s highly-anticipated third round – the Al Lamb’s Dallas Honda Texas Half-Mile presented by Russ Brown Motorcycle Attorneys – roars into the iconic Texas Motor Speedway on Saturday, April 20, 2019. Tickets start at just $40 online and kids 12 and under are FREE.