JD Beach is one of the most versatile riders in pro motorcycle racing today. JD began his career as an amateur flat track racer, winning the 85 mod class at the AMA Amateur Grand Nationals in 2005 and the 250 class of the AMA Amateur Grand Nationals in 2006. In 2007, JD was invited to take part as a road racer in the Red Bull Rookies Cup, racing in the World Championship. In 2008, only his second season of road racing, JD won the Red Bull Rookies Cup, becoming the first American to do so.
In 2009, JD returned and raced the AMA Pro SuperSport East season and finished second in the standings, while also competing in the AMA Pro Flat Track Singles Championship where he finished fourth in the standings. In 2010, JD won the AMA Pro SuperSport East Division Championship while still competing in the AMA Pro Flat Track Grand National Championship.
While JD had established himself as one of the winningest riders in American Flat Track Singles history, he shifted his focus toward road racing. In 2015, JD not only won the MotoAmerica SuperSport title, but he scored eight wins in the 15-race championship. After finishing second in the standings in 2016 and 2017, JD regained the SuperSport title in 2018.
Ahead of the 2019 season, JD shifted his attention back to dirt track racing, riding for Estenson Racing. JD began to pull double-duty as he began to campaign for titles in both American Flat Track and MotoAmerica SuperBike. In 2019, JD reached the top of the American Flat Track podium twice, securing wins at the Arizona Super TT and at the Buffalo Chip TT.
JD continues to chase the checkered flag in the American Flat Track SuperTwins class in 2021, with an early season win at the Atlanta Super TT.