MotoAmerica: Beaubier Returning At “The Ridge”

MotoAmerica: Beaubier Returning At “The Ridge”

© 2024, Roadracing World Publishing, Inc. From a press release issued By Tytlers Cycle Racing:

Cameron Beaubier to make MotoAmerica racing return at “The Ridge” this weekend

Tytlers Cycle Racing is pleased to announce the racing return of Cameron Beaubier.

Beaubier, who missed the most recent round of the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship in Brainerd after sustaining a heel injury at Road America, will be back on the grid this weekend as the season hits the halfway mark.

Beaubier, who won the opening round of this year’s series, had been a front runner until his race one crash in Wisconsin.

The team wishes to thank Troy Herfoss and Indian Motorcycles for stepping in last time out. Herfoss will be present at “The Ridge” to compete in the Super Hooligan category and will be on standby if needed.

Cameron Beaubier: “Recovery has been going pretty good on my heel and I am looking forward to giving it a go with the team at ‘The Ridge’ this weekend. The championship is pretty tight up top and so it would be nice to put some points on the board.”

Michael Kiley – Team Principal: “This must be the easiest quote I have ever been asked to give. Cam is going to be back on the bike! Troy will be at ‘The Ridge’ to race Super Hooligan and will be on standby.  We are incredibly grateful to Indian Motorcycles and Troy for helping us out. We cannot wait to see Cam back on track this coming weekend.”

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