Rich Energy OMG Racing has completed its 2021 British Superbike Championship rider line-up with Bradley Ray, who will compete alongside Kyle Ryde next season.

Ray, a two-time race and seven-time podium winner, shifts to OMG Racing after a solid 2020 BSB campaign on the Synetiq BMW, which yielded a best finish of fifth place and a consistent set of results.

Sticking with the BMW platform for 2021, Ray will nonetheless make use of the new M 1000 RR sportsbike and is confident a fresh environment will allow him to the best from the package this time.

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“I’m excited to be joining RICH Energy OMG Racing and getting to work on the new BMW M 1000 RR. They’re a really welcoming team and ever since they came into the paddock, I’ve been a fan of the family atmosphere that they have. They’re one of those teams who have the right attitude and just want you to enjoy your racing.

“I’ve got a year’s worth of experience on the S 1000 RR and I think that the new bike will just reinforce those weaker areas where we struggled last season. I want to be back fighting for podiums regularly, and after sitting down with Paul and Alan I feel confident they’re investing in all the right places to give me every chance to get back to where I know I can be.

“It’s great to be riding with Kyle, who’s a good mate and I think we’ll both help to push each other forward. I’d like to say a big thank you to all my friends, family and sponsors for all their support, and I can’t wait to get started on this new challenge!”

He will be paired with 2020 rookie standout Ryde, who replaced Ray at Buildbase Suzuki last season.