At long last, JD Beach can tell us what he’s doing in 2024.

In a video released this morning from his home in Kentucky, Beach tells us that he will be racing in the Steel Commander Superbike Championship this year and he will do so on a Tytlers Cycle Racing BMW M 1000 RR, presumably next to five-time MotoAmerica Superbike Champion Cameron Beaubier.

Thus, Beach will be back as a full-time MotoAmerica Superbike racer after leaving the series in 2019 to compete in the American Flat Track Championship on an Estenson Yamaha.

Beach included one of his dogs, Phoenix, in making the announcement.

“Phoenix, the time has come. We’ve agreed that we’re gonna do this deal with Tytlers. It’s gonna be on a Superbike. It’s gonna be a lot of work and it’s gonna be a lot of fun. But to get the deal done, we have to sign it.”

At that point in the video, both Beach and his dog leave their marks on the contract.

Beach put himself back on the map with his fill-in rides for the injured Cameron Petersen on the Fresh N Lean Progressive Yamaha team at the end of the 2023 season. The two-time MotoAmerica Supersport Champion raced in the Pittsburgh International Race Complex tripleheader, the two races at Circuit of The Americas, and the season finale at New Jersey Motorsports.

In those seven races, Beach had a seventh, a fifth, a sixth a third, a DNF, a second and his culminated his season with his second career Superbike victory in the season’s final race at NJMP.

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