CycleTrader/Rock River Yamaha announced their lineup today for the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross and Lucas Oil Pro Motocross seasons.
In the 450 Class, the team has signed Matt Bisceglia to contest the 2019 supercross season. The former GEICO Honda rider spent last season with Josh Hansen’s LVN100 Suzuki team. Bisceglia missed much of the season due to injury and made just four main events with a season-high 18th coming in Tampa. According to the team press release, Bisceglia’s contract is just for supercross.
In the 250 Class, Brandon Hartranft returns following an impressive rookie season with the team in which he finished eighth in the 250SX East Region. He will ride the East Region in 2019.
Joining Hartranft will be 2018 Amsoil Arenacross Champion Jacob Hayes. The North Carolina native has spent much of his career in arenacross, but with the series closing down he will transition to supercross and race the 250SX West Region.
Both Hartranft and Hayes will race the 250 Class in Lucas Oil Pro Motocross with the team.