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Shawn Higbee   » rider bio

Birth date August 17, 1970
Birth place Jamestown, New York
Hometown Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Shawn Higbee

Career Highlights

2012 - Competed in select rounds of both AMA Pro National Guard SuperBike and AMA Pro GoPro Daytona SportBike. Best race of the year happened to be his last at Infineon Raceway where he finished 14th. 

2011 - Raced in four AMA Pro Vance & Hines XR1200 Series rounds, finishing in sixth at Road American and Indy (Race 1). 

2010 - Earned eighth place finishes in the Daytona 200, as well as National Guard American SuperBike Race One at Daytona International Speedway.

2009 - Competed in both American SuperBike and Daytona SportBike. Finished a season high best of fifth in the Daytona 200. 2008 - Finished third in the AMA Pro SunTrust Moto-GT SST standings with victories at Elkhart Lake and Heartland Park Topeka and three more podium finishes. Raced with Richie Morris Racing. 2007 - Finished second in the AMA Pro SunTrust Moto-GT GST standings with three class victories and one more podium. Recovered from serious injuries sustained during the Iowa Speedway round, returning to competition at the 8 Hours At Daytona and finishing in 8th position. 2005 - Suffered a hand injury in pre-season testing at Daytona International Speedway, taking him out of competition for two seasons. 2004 - Finished 11th in the AMA Pro American SuperBike standings. Raced with Millennium/KWS Suzuki. 2003 - Competed in AMA Pro American SuperBike, finishing sixth in the standings and received the Top Privateer Award. Raced with Millennium/KWS Suzuki. 2002 - Competed in FUSA, finishing third in the standings. 2001 - Won the championship in FUSA. 2000 - Competed in Pace Buell Lightning Series, finishing second in the standings. 1999 - Finished second in the AMA Pro Thunder Series standings. 1998 - Won Harley-Davidson Twin Sport title. 1997 - Finished third in the Macau GP. Won NASB National Buell Lightning title. 1996 - Finished eighth in AMA Pro American SuperBike championship with a season-high fourth place finish at Pomona. 1995 - Competed in Harley-Davidson Twin Sport Series, finishing second in the standings. 1994 - Won Harley-Davidson Twin Sport championship. Raced with Bartels' Harley-Davidson. Early Career - Began road racing while working as a technician for Harley-Davidson of Jamestown.

  • Vance and Hines