Aaron Plessinger 7

Hometown Hamilton, OH

Current Residence Murrieta, California

Birthdate January 25, 1996



TEAM NAME: Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing team

Manufacturer: Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing
Team Manager: Jeremy Coker
Mechanic: Keith Clickstein

  • TURNED PRO: 2015
  • BEST CAREER SEASON RESULT: 1st place in 2018 (Western Regional 250SX)
  • 2020 SEASON RESULT: 11th (450SX)

 Racing Accolades

  • 14 450SX Class top 10 finishes in just two seasons
  • 2015 Monster Energy Supercross Rookie of the Year
  • 2014 Monster Energy Cup Amateur All-Stars Champion
  • 1 career AMSOIL Arenacross win

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Second generation professional racer following in the footsteps of his father, Scott, who is a multi-time off-road champion
  • One of the first and most successful AMSOIL Arenacross Ricky Carmichael Road to Supercross graduates
  • Currently, the only Road to Supercross graduate to earn a win in Monster Energy Supercross
  • Earned both his first career motocross and supercross wins at his proverbial “home” race in Indiana
  • Has also earned victories in off-road competitions, making him a truly well-rounded rider
  • Father of two with a third child expected in 2021 and recently married longtime girlfriend, Kendall

 2020 Season Recap

Aaron Plessinger was able to complete his first full 450SX season in 2020 after a disappointing injury in 2019 cut his rookie season short. Plessinger put together an impressive, seven top 10 finishes in his sophomore 450SX season that placed him 11th in the season-ending standings. After a dominating 250SX career, the Star Racing Yamaha team has high hopes for Plessinger in Supercross’s premier 450SX Class.

 2021 Outlook

Plessinger suffered a dislocated wrist in July while preparing for the 2020 Outdoor Motocross season, which unfortunately kept him off the bike all summer. After a successful surgery immediately following the injury, Plessinger was able to return to riding in November and expects to be fully prepared for his third season for 450SX racing.