Fresh N’ Lean, an organic healthy meal delivery service, steps up as the title sponsor of the Fresh N’ Lean Attack Performance Yamaha Racing team for the 2021 MotoAmerica Superbike Championship. The new partnership is a perfect fit with Fresh N’ Lean’s focus on performance through nutrition to fuel Attack Performance Yamaha Racing’s championship-proven performance on the track. Heading the campaign for the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship is a powerhouse lineup with Josh Herrin joining Jake Gagne on the Yamaha R1.
Formerly AMA Pro Road Racing, the series changed hands in 2014 and was rebranded as MotoAmerica. Even in that transition, the team didn’t skip a beat, taking the Superbike title eight times over the past 10 seasons on the Yamaha R1. That win streak began with Josh Hayes in 2010. Hayes went on to win three more titles (2011, 2012, and 2014) and sits second on the all-time Superbikes win list at 61. Herrin split Hayes’ reign in 2013 with his first career Superbike title.
More recently, Beaubier has been the man to beat in the class, earning back-to-back titles from 2015 to 2016, clinching his third championship in 2018, and returned to the top in 2019 to tie Hayes with his fourth Superbike title.
Coming off of a dominant 2020 season, Attack Performance Yamaha Racing’s Beaubier and Gagne secured a 1-2 finish in the MotoAmerica Superbike Championship with a combined total of 16 wins and 13 podium finishes. After securing his fifth title in MotoAmerica Superbike, Beaubier has set his eyes on the World stage and will compete in the Moto2 Championship.