Mequon, Wis. – Hayes Brakes is excited to announce its continued partnership with Aftercare Scheibe Racing as the team contests MotoAmerica's Superbike championship in 2024.

Hayes Brakes and team owner Steve Scheibe have a decades-long race partnership and product development relationship. Scheibe has worked directly with Hayes on testing and designing its braking systems across several platforms, including Scheibe Racing's BMW S 1000 RR. Hayes looks forward to partnering with the recently signed Ezra Beaubier, who will pilot the #99 Aftercare/Hayes/Scheibe Racing bike this season.

"Scheibe Racing has given Hayes Brakes a great platform to develop and improve our world-class products in an extremely competitive environment," said Jeremy Meyer, Marketing Specialist at Hayes. "We look forward to working with Steve and welcome Ezra to the team."

Scheibe is entering its 18th season of Superbike racing, and tenth year of racing BMW motorcycles in the MotoAmerica series, a majority of them working with Hayes on brake development. The addition of Beaubier, a rider who demonstrated his prowess with three Stock 1000 wins and five podium finishes in 2023, will undoubtedly catalyze the Hayes-Scheibe collaboration, leading to exciting new product launches for the motorcycle market in 2024.

Beaubier notched three wins and five podiums aboard a BMW in Stock 1000 in 2023, and he is highly motivated and ready to move up to the Steel Commander Superbike Championship this season.

"Hayes has been a great partner, and our riders have complete trust in their products," said Scheibe. Ezra's experience on the BMW platform will help Hayes continue its high-end product development, and we are grateful for their continued support." 

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