Eli Tomac 3

Hometown: Cortez, Colorado

Current Residence: Cortez, Colorado

Birthdate: November 14, 1992

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ATHLETE'S PROFILE

TEAM NAME: Monster Energy Kawasaki

Manufacturer: Kawasaki
Team Manager: Dan Fahie
Mechanic: Brian Kranz

  • Turned Pro: 2010
  • Best Career Season Result: 2020 450SX Supercross Champion
  • 2020 Season Result: 1st (450SX Class) 

 Racing Accolades

  • Sits 7th on the all-time Supercross Win list.
  • 2019 Monster Energy Cup runner-up.
  • 2015, 2017, and 2019 450SX Class championship runner-up.
  • 2018 Monster Energy Cup $1 Million Winner.
  • 2016 Monster Energy Cup Champion.
  • 2012 250SX Western Regional Champion.
  • 12 career 250SX Class wins.
  • 2013 AMA Pro Motocross 250 Class Champion.
  • 3-Time AMA Pro Motocross 450 Class Champion (2017-2019)
  • 2-time member of Team USA at the Motocross of Nations.
  • The only rider in the history of the sport to win his professional debut.

 Lifestyle & General Interest

  • Son of mountain bike racing champion, pioneer, icon, and Mountain Bike Hall of Fame inductee, John Tomac.
  • Hosts his own store of ET3 merchandise at store.elitomac.com.
  • An avid outdoor sportsman who spends his free time hunting.
  • Enjoys spinning laps in exotic sports cars at the Las Vegas Speedway, mountain biking and stand up jet skis.
  • Sponsored by Oakley, which supports Bicycles Change Lives, a nonprofit focused on changing lives with bicycles in Africa.
  • Trains at Mountain Range Fitness, a “functional fitness” CrossFit gym in Cortez, Co.
  • Parents founded Flying T Ranch in 1993 in Southwest Colorado with a wine vineyard, grass and alfalfa production.
  • Recently became a father.

 2020 Season Recap

In a year filled with uncertainty and endless obstacles, Eli Tomac rose to the occasion and grabbed his first-ever long overdue 450SX Supercross Championship title. In a heated battle with defending champion Cooper Web, Tomac strung together seven thrilling finishes in the Salt Lake City bubble that led to a final 25-point victory over Webb.

 2021 Outlook

The target is now on Tomac’s back heading into 2021 as he looks to hold onto his 450SX Supercross title alongside his Monster Energy Kawasaki team. A newly inspired Cooper Webb and a healthy Ken Roczen will surely put Tomac to the test and make for yet another thrilling season of racing.

 

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