More than 140 participants are set to compete in MotoAmerica's Daytona Weekend races.

The Mission King Of The Baggers event boasts a formidable lineup of 16 riders, with defending champion Hayden Gillim leading the charge on his RevZilla/Motul/Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson against contenders Kyle Wyman and James Rispoli representing Harley-Davidson Factory Racing.

Indian Motorcycle fields Tyler O’Hara, paired with three-time Australian Superbike Champion Troy Herfoss, while renowned racer Rubén Xaus pilots his Feuling Parts Harley-Davidson against Bobby Fong on his SDI/Roland Sands Racing/Indian Challenger.

Saddlemen/Harley-Davidson presents a three-rider team featuring Cory West, Jake Lewis, and Travis Wyman, with a surprise addition being Hayden Gillim’s teammate Rocco Landers, also on a RevZilla/Motul/Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson.

Mad Monkey Motorsports’ Max Flinders aims to replicate or surpass his podium finish from the previous KOTB race, while Trask Performance fields Shane Narbonne. Additionally, Indian insider Kyle Ohnsorg returns aboard a Challenger, joined by flat tracker Jesse Janisch and four-time Daytona 200 winner Danny Eslick on his Nowaskey Extreme Performance Harley.

The BellissiMoto Twins Cup welcomes 25 riders to its series opener, led by defending champion Blake Davis on his Yamaha YZF-R7. Suzuki’s Team Hammer features Rossi Moor on the GSX-8R, with Rocco Landers also representing the brand. Aprilia sees strong representation with Robem Engineering’s Gus Rodio, Italian Alessandro Di Mario, and wild-card rider Ben Gloddy joining the lineup.

Yamaha YZF-R7 camp includes former champion Kaleb DeKeyrel, South African Dominic Doyle, Sonya Lloyd, and Jack Roach.

The Mission Super Hooligan National Championship sees 35 riders for its series opener, with a diverse mix of manufacturers. Defending champion Tyler O’Hara rides his S&S/Indian FTR1200, Andy DiBrino returns on his Competition Werkes/Gray Area/KTM 890 DUKE R, and Stefano Mesa pilots his Tytlers Cycle Energica Eva Ribelle RS electric bike. Yamaha MT-09 SP debuts with Niccolò Canepa among its pilots, alongside various Harley-Davidson Pan Americas, BMW R nineTs, Ducatis, Suzuki SV1000s, Aprilia Tuono, Buell XB12XT, and a Victory Vegas.