Cameron McAdoo

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Sioux City, IA

Team: Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki

Current Residence Chesterfield, SC

Manufacturer: Kawasaki

Team Manager: Mitch Payton

Mechanic: Kyle Defoe

Turned Pro: 2017

Best career season result: 3rd in 2021, 250SX WEST

2022 Season result: 6th, 250SX EAST


 Racing Accolades

  • 2021 Monster Energy Supercross 250SX West Class 3rd place
  • 2016 Monster Energy Cup Amateur All-Stars winner 
  • 2018 Australian X Open 1st place
  • Started riding Arenacross at the age of four and qualified for the U.S. Open in Las Vegas

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Enjoys cycling, fishing wakeboarding and jet skiing
  • Favorite music is hip-hop and country
  • Considers Justin Brayton the most influential person in his career

2022 Season Recap: McAdoo’s 2022 campaign was looking to be his best yet, finishing on the podium the first five races of the season while also securing one race win. McAdoo was aggressively in the hunt for his first 250SX Class championship alongside Jett Lawrence but unfortunately took a spill at Round 6 that ended his season three rounds early.


2023 Outlook: There is no doubt a healthy McAdoo can go into 2023 and claim his first 250SX Class Championship title in whichever coast he chooses to race. If the Iowa native can maintain his confidence and consistency into the new year it will prove to be a successful year in what could be his last in the 250SX Class.

Points Standings

Year Class Overall Points
2023 250SX West 7 101
2022 250SX East 7 114
2021 250SX West 3 177
2020 250SX West 12 79
2019 250SX West 5 149
2018 250SX East 23 33
2017 250SX East 15 49


Date Race Class Make Model Position
2023-01-07 1 – Anaheim I 250SX Kawasaki KX250 3
2023-01-21 3 – San Diego 250SX Kawasaki KX250 3
2023-01-28 4 – Anaheim II 250SX Kawasaki KX250 6
2023-02-18 2 – Oakland 250SX Kawasaki KX250 3
2023-03-25 11 – Seattle 250SX Kawasaki KX250 3