Ezra Beaubier tested the Aftercare Scheibe Racing BMW S 1000 RR this past week at Talladega Gran Prix Raceway. Photo courtesy of Ezra Beaubier.

Ezra Beaubier has joined Aftercare Scheibe Racing for the 2024 Steel Commander Superbike Championship. The announcement was made today by Steve Scheibe, owner of Aftercare Scheibe Racing.

Scheibe Racing has also announced that team title sponsor Aftercare is back for 2024.

“We’re celebrating our 10th season of racing BMW motorcycles in the MotoAmerica series,” said Scheibe. “And it’s also my 18th year in Superbike racing. We’re very happy to continue our program with the long-term support of our sponsors, led by our title sponsor Aftercare. In addition, we’re excited to welcome Ezra Beaubier to our team. He is a terrific young rider whose talents on a literbike were definitely noticed this past year. Together, we expect to advance our program even further starting this weekend at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.”

Beaubier, younger brother of five-time Superbike Champion Cameron Beaubier, will be aboard the Aftercare Scheibe Racing BMW S 1000 RR this weekend, and his competition number has changed from 16 to 99, as the Californian makes his debut in MotoAmerica’s premier class.

Last year, Beaubier notched three wins and five podiums aboard a BMW in Stock 1000, and he is highly motivated and ready to move up to the Steel Commander Superbike Championship this season.

“I am so thankful for the opportunity to ride for Steve Scheibe,” Ezra Beaubier said. “Steve and his crew are a very experienced team with several Superbike seasons on the BMW. This is a great bike and platform for me to gain experience on in the Superbike class.”

Aftercare has been involved in the powersports industry for more than three decades. The company offers a wide range of innovative finance and insurance products available at powersports dealerships throughout the U.S.

Visit your local powersports dealer and “Ask for Aftercare.” Or call 800-832-3237 or visit them at AftercareCorp.com

The 2024 MotoAmerica Medallia Superbike Championship will get underway this weekend, April 19-21 at Michelin Raceway Road Atlanta.

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