HardDrive Continues BMR/Veteran Homeless Charity Race Effort Support
Bagger Mayhem Racing, and its parent company BMR Media, LLP, has announced that its 2022 racing effort will include campaigning its Harley-Davidson Street Glide in the MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers series.
Backed by multi-year partner sponsor HardDrive, BMR will give a 2022 season debut to its Street Glide at the Daytona round of the MotoAmerica King Of The Baggers series. The team is also fielding a lightweight twins entry in select other events throughout the season.
Led by team manager and rider Bryan Shields, who will continue to do double duties as rider and manager in the 2022 season, Shields is the owner of Penn Ohio Cycles, a motorcycle sales, service and parts store in Ohio, and has announced that Penn Ohio Cycles will be continuing its sponsorship throughout the 2022 season.
Bagger Mayhem Racing and BMR Media, LLP partner Jason Pohuski will introduce the joint effort campaign of "Racing to End Veteran Homelessness" this season. The collaboration's launch of its non-profit organization, the BMR project will focus on the growing issue of Veteran homelessness. Through its racing efforts, BMR believes the team can bring increased awareness and support to veterans who need help.