Dean Harrison is a highly accomplished British motorcycle racer known for his success on the international road racing scene. Despite his achievements in road racing, he has recently made his presence felt in the Bennetts British Superbike Championship (BSB).
Harrison's racing journey began relatively late, as he started competing at the age of 18. Within just four years, he made his debut in the prestigious Isle of Man TT, and in 2014, he secured his first victory at the event. Since then, he has achieved an impressive record at the TT, with three wins and over ten podium finishes to his name. He has also showcased his talents at other renowned road racing events like the Ulster Grand Prix and the North West 200.
While Harrison's primary focus has been on road racing, he has also made appearances in the Bennetts BSB. In 2021, he and the Silicone Engineering Kawasaki team embarked on their first full season in the championship. Harrison recognizes the value of competing in the BSB as a means of improving his speed and skills for road racing. In the 2020 season, he made progress by inching closer to the top ten, achieving a best result of 12th place.
Harrison's participation in the BSB adds another dimension to his racing career, allowing him to expand his skill set and compete against top-class riders on traditional circuits. With his wealth of experience and determination, Harrison continues to impress fans and fellow racers alike with his achievements in both road racing and the BSB.