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AMA Supercross/Motocross Rider Bios

Ryan Villopoto and company are slashing motos in the premier AMA Motocross and Supercross series. Read about the riders here on the Motorcycle USA motocross and supercross rider bio page.
Chad Reed
Learn everything you need to know about MX / SX champ Chad Reed. Check out Motorcycle USA's Chad Reed bio page for career highlights, pictures, and news.
James Stewart
A front runner from day one, James "Bubba" Stewart is one of the fastest supercross racers around. Check out Motorcycle USA's James Stewart bio for career highlights, full biography, interviews, and news.
Ryan Villopoto
Get to know supercross and motocross champion Ryan Villopoto in his full bio at Motorcycle-USA.com. Get full career highlights, a complete Villopoto bio, pictures, and the latest news.
Ryan Dungey
While still wet behind the ears Ryan Dungey, has managed to accomplish what many riders spend years chasing. Get to know Dungey in his full bio at Motorcycle-USA.com with career highlights, racer biography, pictures, and the latest news.
Trey Canard
Get to know Trey Canard in his full biography at Motorcycle-USA.com. Full career highlights, a complete Trey Canard racer bio, pictures, and the latest news.

Jake Weimer Bio
Jake Weimer was one of the more underrated 250 riders before nailing down the West Coast SX Championship in 2010. For 2012, he'll aim to recover from a difficult season plagued by injury.
Kyle Regal Bio
Based out of Kemp, Texas, Kyle Regal is a former rookie who skipped the Loretta Lynn’s amateur nationals in favor of turning pro during the 2009 season.
Justin Barcia Bio
Justin Barcia is one of the most highly touted amateurs to come from American motocross breeding grounds. His recent showing in the premier class has proven he's a real contender.
Tommy Searle Bio
British rider Tommy Searle is another speedy european rider who splits his effort between racing in the U.S. and overseas. He is currently contesting the MX2 World Championship series for CLS Kawasaki.
Grant Langston Bio
Few have had a career as long and trying as Grant Langston's. From loses to wins, Grant knows racing and knows it well. Since 2010 he has been officially retired.
Matt Goerke Bio
Starting as privateer and transitioning to a factory-sponsored rider, Matt Goerke has slowly been making a name for himself in the 450 class.
Jake Moss Bio
Twin brother to Matt Moss, Jake Moss can be found racing the Australian Supercross series in his home country when he's not stateside.
Kyle Chisholm Bio
Kyle Chisholm was a major success in the Canadian motocross circuit. Now, the 24-year-old is trying to bring that success to the States.
Justin Brayton Bio
Long time motocross/supercross veteran Justin Brayton is steadily climbing the rankings each year and has been offered a factory ride at Honda for 2012.
Jason Lawrence Bio
J-Law has the talent and speed to win championships, like his '08 SX Lites West title. He also has a knack for finding trouble, however.
Austin Stroupe Bio
Highly touted as an amateur, Stroupe burst onto the professional scene in 2007 and has been turning heads ever since.
Blake Baggett Bio
While lacking the experience of his rivals, Blake Baggett has already become a prominent threat. Look for el chupacabra to go after his first pro title in 2012.
Ben Townley Bio
Since putting a streak of bad luck and injuries behind him, New Zealander Ben Townley has announced his plans to race full-time in Australia.
Christophe Pourcel Bio
Frenchman Christophe Pourcel is one of the smoothest, most natural riders on the circuit. He's returning to FIM Motocross in 2012 after having difficulties keeping a ride in the U.S.
Martin Davalos Bio
Coming from Ecuador, Martin has proven himself the most successful motocross racer ever from his country.
Vince Friese Bio
Since returning to the premier class 21-year-old Vince Friese has struggled to find his rhythm. He'll be attacking the 2012 schedule with Rock River Yamaha in search of his first podium.
Ryan Morais Bio
With close to a decade's worth of experience in the Supercross Lites class, Ryan Morais is still searching for the first win of his career heading into the 2012 season.
Phil Nicoletti Bio
Once a top amateur prospect in the U.S., native New Yorker Phil Nicoletti is taking his racing efforts overseas to put himself back on the map.
Max Anstie Bio
Since debuting in the AMA Supercross/Motocross series in 2009, British rider Max Anstie has been competing in the MX1 World Championship with CLS Kawasaki.
Tommy Hahn Bio
Tommy Hahn has flown under the radar for most of his career but with consistant finishes every season he's slowly starting to make a name for himself.
Josh Hill Bio
Hill is the most recent speedster from the Pacific Northwest. He shows flashes of brilliance whenever he isn't laid up in the hospital.
Tim Ferry Bio
Like a fine wine, Red Dog only got better with age. With a professional career that stretches back to 1991, Ferry was the working-man's hero prior to his retirement in 2010.
Ivan Tedesco Bio
Hot Sauce has had both great success and terrible luck, but he's a two-time 250 champion with his sights set on winning the next 450 title.
Kevin Windham Bio
With more than 17 years of experience in the pro ranks K-Dub is a wiley veteran who is one of the most naturally gifted riders to grace the sport.
Andrew Short Bio
He's one of the nicest guys on the national circuit, but this Colorado native isn't afraid to get aggressive.
Ricky Carmichael Bio
Known as the GOAT, Ricky Carmichael is the Greatest of All Time. His records will stand for years to come.
Mike Alessi Bio
Quick off the line and confident in his abilities, Mike Alessi's racing career has contained a number of controversies while settling into the pro ranks.
Wil Hahn Bio
The younger brother of Thomas Hahn, Wil Hahn proves racing runs in his family. Since his debut in 2008 he's been steadily improving ever since, and he'll return in 2012 following a major back injury.
Dean Wilson Bio
Longtime member of Kawasaki’s Team Green, Scotsman Dean Wilson secured the 2011 250 AMA Pro Motocross Championship during only his second year in the pro ranks.
Kyle Cunningham Bio
In the short time Kyle Cunningham has been involved in professional racing he's seen quite a lot. From factory sponsorship to riding as a privateer, Kyle has excelled despite setbacks.
Nico Izzi Bio
Nico Izzi acquired over 100 titles throughout his amateur career and has quite a promising career ahead of him. He enters his sixth season in the pro ranks aboard Valli Motorsports Yamaha for 2012.
Blake Wharton Bio
First appearing in the summer of 2008 and racing to fifth overall in AMA Motocross, 20-year-old Blake Wharton has had a short but impressive racing career.
Broc Tickle Bio
First entering professional Supercross in 2006, Broc Tickle has been climbing the ranks and earning his keep. He captured the 2011 SX West Coast Lites Championship and is moving to the 450s for 2012.
Nick Wey Bio
Clean cut Nick Wey looks more like he should grace the front of a Wheaties cereal box, but don't let his good looks fool you. He's a determined racer with his eye on the prize.
Davi Millsaps Bio
Floridian Davi Millsaps has an uncanny knack for racing which has seen the 23-year-old nail top-10 finishes in Supercross for the past four consecutive seasons.
Brett Metcalfe Bio
Following another successful outdoor season, Aussie Brett Metcalfe is a tough guy who is eagerly chasing his first SX/MX title in 2012 aboard a Suzuki RM-Z450.
Josh Grant Bio
Josh Grant got a late start to his racing career at the age of 13, but the California native hasn't let that slow him down.
Tyla Rattray Bio
After debuting on the American racing circuit in 2009, World Champion Tyla Rattray has joined the ranks of formidable South Africans with impressive performances in AMA Motocross.