Kenny Riedmann won his first Canadian Superbike Championship (CSBK) after competing over the weekend in the Hindle Exhaust Pro Sport Bike Championship at Canadian Tire Motorsport Park.
Piloting the #42 Riedmann Management / Castrol / Triumph Daytona 675R, Riedmann of Belfountain, Ontario, won Round 4 on Saturday and placed second in the Round 5 finale on Sunday at the Bowmanville, Ontario track to clinch the championship by a 42-point margin.
“It feels great to win my first pro championship and make history for Triumph. I had an awesome team behind me, and my Daytona 675R ran strong all season long,” said Riedmann. “Thanks to everyone who helped make this season such a success. I can't wait to carry this momentum to New Jersey (site of the AMA Pro Road Racing finale) in a month's time to end the season off with another good result.”
Riedmann’s dominating season also scored Triumph’s first championship in Canada in modern, recorded racing history. He finished with 193 points in the standings and more wins (two) and podiums (four) than any other CSBK Pro Sport Bike rider. He also never qualified lower than third for any race while claiming one pole position.
Triumph Motorcycles is the British motorcycle marque that produces a wide range of sport, cruiser, adventure, and touring motorcycles. From the storied Bonneville to the class-leading Speed Triple and Daytona 675R, Triumph offers a blend of design, character, and performance that result in truly distinctive motorcycles. First established in 1902 and now located in Hinckley, Leicestershire, England, Triumph has always set the pace for category-winning machines. The company is solely owned by Bloor Holdings Ltd., and Triumph Motorcycles America, its North American operations, are based in Atlanta. To see the full range of Triumph motorcycles, visit www.TriumphMotorcycles.com.