Kyle Chisholm 11

Hometown: Clearwater, Florida

Current Residence: Valrico, Florida

Birthdate: December 6, 1987


Team Name: H.E.P. Motorsports

  • Manufacturer – Suzuki
  • Team Manager – Dustin Pipes
  • Mechanic – Pat Kutzer


Turned Pro: 2006

Best Career Season Result: 7th 2018 (250SX West)

2019 Season Result: 17th (450SX)  


Racing Accolades:

  • 2006 Canadian Motocross Champion (MX2 East)
  • 2011 Bercy Supercross Champion
  • 2012 Motocross Champion
  • Team member of Motocross of Nations (2013)
  • One career amateur national championship


Lifestyle and General Interest Profile:

  • Created his own company, Team Chiz ,to help fund his privateer efforts
  • Married (@britneychisholm11) with a daughter (@havenpenelope)
  • Enjoys golf and friends with Rickie Fowler
  • Devout Christian


2018 Season Recap:

Chisholm is one of the most likeably guys in the pits with over a decade of professional supercross racing experience under his belt. In 2018, Chisholm signed with 51fifty Yamaha for the 250SX West class and had a career year, finishing 7th overall in a stacked 250 West class. When the series moved east, Chishol;m elected to race in the 450SX class. With little time to practice on the bike and a close-to-stock bike, Kyle went out and raced very competitively with multiple 13th place finishes.


2019 Season Recap:

After coming off a career year in 2018, it was hard not to have high projections for the Florida native, whose been preparing endlessly for his first full season in the 450cc class. The hope for Kyle was to be a top 10 rider on a weekly basis. "For the 2019 SX season, I want to be in the mix, in the main event every week. Top 10 is where I see myself and hopefull, top 10 in the championship." Unfortunately that didn't turn out to be the case, although his results were improving toward the end of the year with his best coming at the penultimate round of the season with a 12th at East Rutherford.