July 22, 2019 (McCleary, WA.) – Riding Racing Youth Development (RRYD \`rīd \), the producer of the 2nd Annual Ryan Villopoto Amateur Motocross Cup (RV Cup) is proud to announce that the riders of the event will be offered $56,250 in Factory contingency from Cobra, Honda, Husqvarna, KTM, Suzuki, TM Racing and Yamaha.  To see the complete list of support from the OEM’s, CLICK HERE.

With the most unique classes in amateur motocross racing, COBRA MOTO FACTORY is supporting Peewee (50cc) and Mini (65cc) classes starting with the Peewee Jr (4-5) Limited. COBRA riders need to register their bikes by visiting CobraMoto.com.  COBRA is supporting the RV Cup with $1,845 for riders 1st through 3rd.  The youngest of riders will experience some of the longest racing in their amateur careers.

American Honda will offer over $18,000 in contingency from their Red Rider Rewards program.  Honda is offering riders 1st through 5th place overall in contingency.  Riders must register through the XTRM website.  Once the results have been approved, all the winnings will be issued to the riders personal XTRM digital wallet.

Husqvarna Motorcycles USA is offering $4,080 with their all-new contingency program. Husqvarna has partnered with Hookit at RaceHusky.com to aid riders with their registration and payouts.  Amateur competitors will be available to use as dealer credit that must be used within one year of the event.  Husqvarna is offering contingency for riders on 50’s to 450’s so check out their product line HERE.

KTM USA is set to hand out up to $7,500 in OEM contingency from the big orange tent.  KTM’s partnership with HookIt at KTMCash.com allows riders to be notified the moment payment hits their account.  With no fees for riders, dealers, or promoters, HookIt will handle your account just right.

Suzuki Motor of America contingency support is new to the RV Cup in 2019.  The yellow motorcycles will have over $9,000 to stake claim to at the Ryan Villopoto Amateur MX Cup.  The Suzuki amateur racing program was the dominant team in the 90’s and looks to return to its glory with the RM Army.  Suzuki riders will have eligible classes at the RV Cup offering contingency from 1st through 5th place overall.  Riders will need to register with XTRM.

Then there is TM Racing.  The little Italian company is making dents in the amateur motocross scene and the RV Cup is one of the events TM is offering their riders contingency.  TM Racing USA has posted $6,750 in contingency dollars to any of their riders in the Top 3.  Riders can register at TMRacing-USA.com.

Yamaha Motor Corporation, USA is the other manufacturer that added the Ryan Villopoto Amateur Cup in 2019.  The Yamaha bLU cRU amateur racing contingency program has posted $8,200 for all eligible Yamaha riders.  Yamaha Motor Corp is also sponsoring the RV Cup along with Rock River Powersports in giving away a 2020 YZ125 to any Yamaha rider that wins the overall championship in the 125 Challenge class.

For more information about the Ryan Villopoto Amateur Motocross Cup, go to RVMXCup.com or call (360) 348-3211. Interact with the event on social media at:

The RV Cup is at Grays Harbor ORV Park in McCleary, Washington.  Registration remains open through Monday, August 5th.  If riders cannot sign up online, registration at the track will open on Wednesday, August 14th at 11am.