For 2022, double BSB champion Josh Brookes lines up for a fourth successive season for PBM alongside 2013 World Superbike Champion Tom Sykes, who returns to the team that he contested his debut BSB season in during 2007.

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About the Team

After a number of years in the World Superbike and MotoGP Championships, the team returned to the British Superbike Championship full time in 2014. The MSV-organised series is the most prestigious domestic series in the world which attracts some of the best teams, bikes, and riders in the sport.

The 11-round, 33 race championship boasts huge television audiences, record crowds and once again visits the best circuits in the UK including Silverstone, Donington Park and Brands Hatch.

The most successful rider in the series’ history, Shane ‘Shakey’ Byrne, won most of his 85 races riding for Paul Bird’s teams over the years with five of his six titles coming on PBM machines. Sadly, Shakey was seriously injured in 2018 meaning he couldn’t add to his impressive tally after riding for PBM for seven successive years.

For 2019, it was all change with the audacious signing of four-times Grand Prix winner Scott Redding and double World Supersport race winner and former BSB champ Josh Brookes. Redding joined the team direct from the MotoGP World Championship and proved a massive hit with fans as he sensationally won the title.

Aussie Brookes came within five points of landing the crown himself following a triple victory at the final round but had to settle for runner-up spot as both he and Redding won 21 of the 27 races such was their dominance.

Redding returned to the World Championship for 2020 but continuing to enjoy his mantra as ‘Bad Boy’, Brookes returned with PBM Ducati for an eleventh season in BSB and despite the COVID-shortened 18-race season, he added the 2020 BSB crown to the one he won in 2015. Multiple British Supermoto champion Christian Iddon joined the team after an injury-hit few seasons and impressed to third in the final standings after winning his debut BSB race at Snetterton.