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It's that time of year again... we at want to know who you think deserves special recognition in our annual BSB Rider of the Year vote for 2015!

With a bolstered grid, riders from across the globe and the familiar 'Title Showdown', British Superbikes was exploding with talent and action in 2015 as Josh Brookes finally secured a maiden title.

In a season where momentum swung drastically between the championship contenders, Brookes transformed the new Yamaha YZF-R1 from a stock machine into a race-winning package which came together perfectly halfway through the year as he went on to dominate, taking 13 wins from the last 16 races.

Despite storming to the title, the Milwaukee Yamaha's riders advantage never became a comfortable one as defending champion Shane Byrne produced a gritty fightback having briefly led the title race earlier in the year.

It makes the task of picking a winner of our BSB Rider of the Year a tricky one, and that job is down to you to rate the best riders in 2015.

A third title challenger in the shape of James Ellison was again cruelly denied a sustained charge at the front due to separate wrist and rib breaks suffered during the gruelling season but three wins and plenty of podiums capped memorable year for JG Speedfit Kawasaki.

Beyond the title fighters there were plenty of supplementary stories, with fellow Showdown contenders Tommy Bridewell and Michael Laverty grabbing maiden wins with the new-look Tyco BMW squad.

The emergence of Dan Linfoot with Honda Racing saw him complete a second consecutive fifth place finish in the Showdown, while spurts of success for Stuart Easton and Jason O'Halloran were painfully brought to a premature end by injury.

The rookie of the year and BSB Riders' Cup honours went to Quattro Plant Kawasaki's Luke Mossey with Macau Grand Prix winner Peter Hickman and former National Superstock 1000 champions Richard Cooper and Danny Buchan pushing him all the way.

It makes choosing just one favourite particularly difficult, which is why we are asking that you rate each of the 20 riders from our shortlist out of 10, so we can rank them according to your scores and provide a definitive countdown in the coming weeks...

CLICK HERE to submit your BSB Rider of the Year scores