Adam Cianciarulo 92

Hometown: Port Orange, Florida

Current Residence: Clermont, Florida

Birthdate: October 20, 1996


Name: Adam Cianciarulo

Number:  92

Hometown: New Smyrna Beach, Florida

Current Residence: Murrieta, CA

Birth Date: October 20, 1996 (age 22)


Team Name: Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki

  •  Manufacturer – Kawasaki 
  •  Team Manager – Mitch Payton
  •  Mechanic – Brandon Zimmerman


Turned Pro: 2013

Best Career Season Result: 2nd place in 2017-2019

2019 Season Result:  2nd place standing (250SX Western Regionals)


Racing Accolades: 

  •  2011 Monster Energy Cup Supermini Champion 
  •  Two-time AMA Youth Motocross of the Year (2012 and 2011)
  •  11 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships (2005-2012)
  •  2018 – 1st place East-West Showdown race (250SX class Las Vegas)


Lifestyle and General Interest Profile: 

  •  The winningest mini bike rider in amateur motocross history
  •  Won his first career supercross start and was widely considered the sport’s next superstar until numerous injuries kept him away from supercross since his rookie season in 2014
  •  Enjoys cycling  

2018 Season Recap:

Cianciarulo continued under the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki tent in 2018 and looked to be a championship contender for the 250SX Western Regional Championships.  Cianciarulo managed to score 7 podium finishes aboard his KX250F, one being a win at the final round of the series in Las Vegas during the 250SX East/West Showdown; ultimately finished 2nd place overall (250SX West).  On the podium, Adam announced he would not compete in the outdoor motocross series and opted to repair a torn ACL instead.


2019 Season Recap: 

Cianciarulo had a solid 2019 campaign, taking multiple wins and almost the championship. However, while riding in third with 5 minutes to go in Las Vegas - and on track to win the title - Cianciarulo went down hard and damaged his bike, handing the championship over to Dylan Ferrandis.