Gagne’s Gunship: With 13 straight HONOS Superbike victories and counting, this R1 is a record-setting machine. Photo by Brian J. Nelson.

In 2020, Cameron Beaubier won 16 HONOS Superbike races on his way to clinching his fifth MotoAmerica Superbike Championship. He tied the record for most AMA Superbike victories in a single season (equaling the record-setting number of wins Josh Hayes stacked up in 2012).

In 2021, Beaubier’s former teammate Jake Gagne has a good chance to break the tie and own the record outright. Going into the final six races of the season, Gagne has already won 13 HONOS Superbike races in a row (a new record for consecutive Superbike victories), and if his streak continues, he will set a new record with 19 Superbike victories in a single season. And, this is the motorcycle on which Gagne has a chance to make history.

Rider: #32 Jake Gagne

Engine: 998cc, 4 stroke, liquid cooled, 4 cylinder, DOHC, 16 valves, crossplane crankshaft

Electronics: Marelli MLE 240

Transmission: Six-speed constant mesh

Clutch: Suter

Exhaust: Akrapovic titanium 4-1 full system

Fuel Tank: Attack Performance aluminum

Fuel: VP Racing

Lubrication: Yamalube

Spark Plugs: NGK

Sprockets: Sunstar

Final Drive: D.I.D Chain

Swingarm: Attack Performance billet

Front Suspension: Öhlins RVP2530 SBK twin forks

Rear Suspension: Öhlins RSP40 SBK single shock

Front Brakes: Braking rotors/Brembo calipers/Brembo pads

Rear Brakes: Braking rotor/Brembo caliper/Brembo pads

Brake Lines: Goodridge

Rearsets, Foot Controls, Rear Stand Hooks, Swingarm Pivot, Triple Clamps, Handlebars, Steering Angle Kit, Lever Guard: Attack Performance billet

Wheels: OZ Motorbike Racing

Tires: Dunlop

Bodywork: Carbonin

Windscreen: Zero Gravity

Paint/Graphics: Color Zone Designs

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