The final race of the AFT Twins presented by Vance & Hines 2019 series saw outgoing champion Jared Mees complete a clean sweep of the season's Mile races by taking the win at the Meadowlands Mile, at East Rutherford, NJ on September 28.
With Briar Bauman (No. 14 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) coming home in 15th, having already won the 2019 championship, Mees (No. 1 Indian Motorcycle/Progressive Insurance FTR750) secured his own bragging rights by ending the season with a perfect sweep of the season’s finale.
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Jeffrey Carver Jr. (No. 23 Roof Systems of Dallas/Indian of Metro Milwaukee FTR750) secured fourth spot in the 2019 championship with his sixth place finish at Meadowlands; Brandon Robinson (No. 44 Harley-Davidson/Vance & Hines XG750R Rev X) was fourth, securing championship fifth spot; ahead of Henry Wiles (No. 17 Bandit Industries/DPC Racing/Wilco Racing Indian FTR750) fifth for a seventh place championship finish behind Jarod Vanderkooi, who brought the second factory H-D XG750R Rev X home in 9th for a sixth place championship finish.
In the AFT Singles, Dalton Gauthier (No. 122 D&D Cycles/Gobert Smash Husqvarna FC450) completed his remarkable comeback season with an uncharacteristically quiet ride to 14th at Meadowlands - good enough nonetheless to secure the 2019 championship title.
The Meadowlands win was taken by Mikey Rush (No. 15 RMR Honda/Red Riders Rewards Honda CRF450R), securing him second place in the championship, with Ryan Wells (No. 94 Estenson Racing Yamaha YZ450F) second, for fourth place championship finish and 2018 AFT Singles champ Dan Bromley (No. 1 Red Bull KTM Factory Racing 450 SX-F) third at Meadowlands for a third place championship finish. Chad Cose finished the Singles championship in fifth place.
In the AFT Production Twins class, Chad Cose (No. 49 Parkinson Bros Racing Kawasaki Ninja 650) took the win, ahead of Ryan Varnes (No. 68 Varnes Racing/RoyBuilt Kawasaki Ninja 650) second and James Rispoli (No. 71 Black Hills Harley-Davidson XG750R).
The 2019 Production Twins championship win went to Cory Texter (No. 65 G&G Racing/Holeshot Powersports Yamaha MT-07); with Ryan Varnes second; Kolby Carlile (No. 136 Estenson Racing Yamaha MT-07) third; Dalton Gauthier fourth and Chad Cose fifth.