Join The S&S Team As A Full Time Apprentice Level Race Engine Builder.

SSNHRAS&S Cycle is known for racing heritage as well as vast performance products from intakes and exhaust, all the way to complete engines that compete in the NHRA Pro-Stock motorcycle class. That being said, we are looking for someone with initiative, commitment and a desire to make history! We are hiring a full-time apprentice level race engine builder to be a part of our Viola, Wisconsin product development facility.

▪ Planning, fabrication, machining, assembly, testing and documentation of engine builds
▪ Working with project teams to create and develop racing products
▪ Race support travel as needed
▪ Experience with shop tools and engine assembly/tear down
▪ Flexible, energetic, forward-thinking, and creative
▪ High analytical ability, good judgment, and strong operational focus
▪ Well organized and self-directed
▪ Excellent verbal and written communication skills
▪ Working knowledge of computer applications
▪ Good driving record
▪ High school diploma or equivalent, also prefer a two year technical degree with emphasis in powersports industry
If you seek the challenge to work in the high-pressure environment of competitive racing, contact No phone calls please.

5 Responses to “Join The S&S Team As A Full Time Apprentice Level Race Engine Builder.”

  1. 1 Racetrack Style Apr 22nd, 2015 at 10:11 am

    Great looking motor above. S&S should consider a street version

  2. 2 Zenaldo Apr 22nd, 2015 at 2:01 pm

    might be a tad overpowered for most street bikes…but, what a quick trip to the store..or anywhere for that matter..

  3. 3 Boomer Apr 23rd, 2015 at 7:55 am

    What a great job and career to have. Good company too!

  4. 4 Joe Mielke Apr 23rd, 2015 at 8:28 am

    Wow, what an opportunity. S&S has an amazing R&D and race facility. Great people, great team. Good luck to S&S and you young mechanics looking for an opportunity like this!

  5. 5 B. D. Apr 25th, 2015 at 2:46 pm

    Man… if only I was about 40 years younger!

    This sounds like an excellent and rare opportunity for some relatively young person to really jump start their career!

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