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Chase Briscoe Announces Partnership as Buzz Ambassador

Infographic with Chase Briscoe next to a Buzz ebike and text with his name and Buzz Bicycles branding
November 8, 2023

Chase Briscoe Announces Partnership as Buzz Ambassador

Chase and Buzz: It Just Makes Sense

Today, NASCAR Cup Series driver and bike enthusiast Chase Briscoe announced his new partnership with Buzz Electric Bicycles for the 2024 NASCAR season. Continuing his journey within the United Wheels family, Briscoe transitions from Huffy to Buzz, embracing the innovative world of ebikes with a brand whose products are already buzzing around many motorsports tracks across the country.

Briscoe and Buzz are a perfect match. The Buzz Centris folding ebike – a great pit bike option - is known for its convenience and burst of power. It’s perfect for the dynamic environment of NASCAR tracks. Whether fordrivers, team members, or fans, these ebikes offer an efficient and exciting way to navigate the paddock and surrounding areas.

Buzz eBikes: Built for Adventure

"I've had a fantastic experience with Huffy, and now I'm thrilled to take the next step with Buzz Electric Bicycles," said Briscoe. "Their ebikes are not just about getting from point A to point B; they're about adding excitement and ease to adventures, including the NASCAR experience. I can't wait to integrate Buzz ebikes into our race days."

"Chase embodies the spirit of innovation and adventure we cherish at Buzz,” said Kris Parlett, Vice President of Brand and DTC Marketing at United Wheels. “We're delighted to see Chase ride our ebikes and bring their unique blend of enjoyment and functionality to the forefront of his activities, on and off the track."

More About Chase Briscoe

Chase Briscoe will drive the No. 14 Stewart-Haas Racing Ford during the 2024 NASCAR Cup Series season, his fourth season in the Cup Series. Briscoe earned his first Cup Series victory at Phoenix Raceway in the Spring of 2022, qualifying him for his first Cup Series Playoff run. Briscoe previously drove the No. 98 Ford in the NASCAR Xfinity Series. Briscoe won his ninth Xfinity race of 2020 at Kansas Speedway, giving him 11 career Xfinity victories overall.