- TURNED PRO: 2011
- BEST CAREER SEASON RESULT: 1st in 2018 (450SX)
- 2020 SEASON RESULT: 4th (450SX)
- 2018 450SX Class Champion
- Brought Husqvarna its first 450SX Class Championship
- 2014 250SX Western Regional Champion
- 5 career 250SX wins
- Member of Team USA during runner-up finish at 2016 Motocross of Nations
- 2007 AMA Youth Motocrosser of the Year
Lifestyle & General Interest
- Nearly lost his ride as a rookie due to poor results but has rebounded to become a champion and one of the sport’s most promising young talents
- Has raced for the same team his entire career, but has competed aboard three different brands of motorcycles – Suzuki, KTM and Husqvarna
- Affectionately known as “El Hombre” since he is a native of New Mexico
2020 Season Recap
Jason Anderson put together a very solid 2020 campaign after his 2019 title defense ended early due to injury. Anderson was able to put together 5 podium finishes and coast to a commanding fourth place finish in the season ending standings.
Anderson underwent surgery this past September to remove a plate from his arm that was causing him discomfort. This cut Anderson’s outdoor Motocross season short, but he will be healthy and ready to race come January in Houston. Anderson made some major coaching decisions shortly after the conclusion of the 2020 Supercross season by deciding to part ways with legendary coach, Aldon Baker. It is still unknown who Anderson will be training with moving forward but it will surely make for some well anticipated racing. After ending 2020 Supercross with a season best finish 2nd place, he will look to carry that momentum into 2021 and contend for another 450SX title.