Three-time Australian Superbike Champion and current King Of The Baggers points leader Troy Herfoss will replace the injured Cameron Beaubier on the Tytlers Cycle Racing BMW M 1000 RR while Beaubier recuperates from his injuries. Photo by Brian J. Nelson

The following is from Tytlers Cycle Racing…

With the welcome support of Indian Motorcycles, we are delighted to announce that Troy Herfoss, current points leader in the 2024 Mission King of the Baggers championship and second n points in Super Hooligans for Indian Motorcycles, will ride the Tytlers Cycle BMW M1000RR in place of the injured Cameron Beaubier.
Troy, the 2023 Australian Superbike Champion, will be on the grid alongside JD Beach for Tytlers Cycle Racing for the next couple of rounds and we very much look forward to starting our journey together.
Troy is an exceptional rider, as he has shown so far in 2024 but he also brings vast superbike experience. The 37-year-old Australian is a multiple ASBK Superbike champion and has competed several times in World Superbike.
Michael Kiley – Team Principal of Tytlers Cycle Racing: “Indian Motorcycles builds the best cruiser motorcycles on the market. I very much enjoy interacting with our customers in the cruiser sector in our dealership community. Having Indian Motorcycles and Troy Herfoss step in to help us is as close as we can come to flying the flag for Indian Motorcycles and our Indian customers who have supported the growth of our dealership. It has been a crazy week since Cam’s injury. The fans are being treated to a fantastic year of racing which means a very tough year for finding a stand in rider. Since round one we have had a lot of incredibly positive messages for Tytler’s Cycle Racing BMW M1000RR, built by Dave Weaver, and so many talented riders expressed a desire to get on the bike but remained loyal to their current contracts. For a standout rider like Troy with the support of Indian Motorcycles to step in and help out is a demonstration of why we enjoy being a part of the MotoAmerica community. We look forward to seeing Troy in our pit, on our bike and will support him the best we can to achieve the best results we can”
Gary Gray of Indian Motorcycles: “When one of our dealers, Michael Kiley of Indian Motorcycle of Green Bay, called needing a rider for a couple of MotoAmerica Superbike rounds we were more than happy to help. Tytlers Cycle Racing does an excellent job and has one of the best bikes in the paddock. We are excited to see Troy Herfoss on track more. This opportunity for him sees him get more track time to learn the tracks and show what he can do on a Superbike.”
Troy Herfoss: “First and foremost I would like to wish Cam the best recovery possible. He is a true champion in our sport, and it is an honor to ride his bike. I want to thank both Michael Kiley and the team at Tytler’s Cycle Racing and Gary Gray of Indian Motorcycles for allowing me this opportunity. It has been a dream of mine to race in MotoAmerica. This year has been so much fun. I have an enormous itch that needs scratching around MotoAmerica and Superbikes and although it will be a challenging weekend, I am sure a rewarding one as well.”
Cameron Beaubier: “I’m obviously bummed to be out for now, but I think Tytlers have made a good choice with Troy filling in for me. He’s a good guy with a lot of experience. I wish him well”