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#99 Jon Neuman

Flower Mound, TX

1928 Harley-Davidson JDH

Hi, My name is Jon Neuman and I am a part of TEAM WHITE TRASH. I was raised in Texas and began motorcycling as a boy, buying my first bike with my own money at age 13. Cycling and building bikes has always part of my life, even as I pursued a career, married and raised kids and started my own business. In 2010, I started Sagebrush Cycles with the plan to specialize in antique motorcycle parts supply, specifically the Harley Davidson 1915 to 1936 era. Though the era of bikes has remained the same, Sagebrush has not only been supplying parts, but also for rebuilding, refurbishing and even, when necessary, fabricating parts for many Cannonballers.

From the sidelines, I supported several teams and riders of the 2010 and 2012 Motorcycle Cannonballs with technical support by phone, loaned parts and shipped-to-site parts. I road in the 2014, 2016 and 2018 Cannonballs, each time achieving a perfect score. I am eagerly looking forward to riding in the 2020 Cannonball to see if I can keep the streak alive.

I will be returning to ride my 1928 JDH an second time. It’s a fun bike to ride and has proven to be durable enough to put up with my riding habits. Team White Trash will be made up of three riders this year. I will be teamed up with riders Scott Byrd #25, and Joe Burch #28. Jesse Law, Doc and Karen McCormick will also be returning as support, with special support coming from my family and friends. Thank You.

Riding in the Cannonball with all of the people, friends both old and new, is like a dream come true for me. Here is wishing everyone good luck in your preparation and the 2020 Motorcycle Cannonball adventure. Special thanks to the Motorcycle Cannonball staff.