Adam Cianciarulo 92

Hometown: Port Orange, Florida

Current Residence: Clermont, Florida

Birthdate: October 20, 1996

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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. In August 2019, it was announced that Cianciarulo would be making the move up to the 450SX class for 2020.

 

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