Sheheen, a veteran broadcaster for SPEED Channel provides play-by-play coverage for AMA Supercross, AMA Superbike, World Superbike, and MotoGP and many other series on the network. Sheheen also divides his time serving as a pit reporter and play-by-play announcer for NASCAR Sprint Cup Series coverage on TNT. Sheheen's work at SPEED also includes anchoring SPEED Report, the network's cornerstone racing news show, and serving as the play-by-play announcer for the World of Outlaws Knoxville Nationals. He is also a regular contributor on SPEEDtv.com. Sheheen also serves as broadcast talent for an array of racing events on CBS such as F1, Supercross, American Le Mans and was broadcast talent for previously produced NASCAR Cup Series events on CBS including the Daytona 500. Sheheen's career began in 1988 when he served as broadcast talent for an IMSA sports car race for ESPN. He has also worked for NBC, FOX, ESPN2, FSN and TNN (now Spike TV) calling numerous events such as 12 Hours of Sebring, the F1 Monaco Grand Prix, Indianapolis 500, and U.S. Nationals. In addition, Sheheen has also worked extensively in radio on networks including Motor Racing Network (MRN), Performance Racing Network (PRN), and Indianapolis Motor Speedway Radio Network.
"Zero Motorcycles is innovative, exciting and offers riders the opportunity to discover a new riding experience. I am proud to be associated with Zero because they are in a unique position to change the face of the motorcycle industry," said Sheheen. "Zero Motorcycles 'gets it' and they've built a line of high-performance electric motorcycles that true motorcycle enthusiasts can appreciate."