Adam Cianciarulo

  • Bike: KX250F
  • National Number: 92
  • Years Pro: 2
  • Favorite Fox Racewear: 360 Draftr Blue
  • Gear Size: Jersey – L, Pant – 30, Glove: Medium, Boot – 10
DATE OF BIRTH 20-10-1996
TEAM Monster Energy Pro Circuit/Kawasaki
National Number: 92
Bike: KX250F
TEAM Monster Energy Pro Circuit/Kawasaki
Rider details
  • DATE OF BIRTH 20-10-1996
  • BIRTH PLACE Clermont, FL
  • RESIDENCE Port Orange, FL
  • Years Pro: 2
  • Favorite Fox Racewear: 360 Draftr Blue
  • Gear Size: Jersey – L, Pant – 30, Glove: Medium, Boot – 10
Florida native Adam Cianciarulo began his motocross career at the age of 3 after watching Supercross races with his Dad. Cianciarulo was actively racing by Age 4, and quickly became one of the hottest rising stars in the sport. He was tapped by Kawasaki’s coveted Team Green amateur support program shortly after and went on to have one of the most successful Amateur Motocross careers in the history of the sport, winning a total of 11 championships. All of his amateur success led to an opportunity to join the most prestigious 250 race team in the sport, Mitch Payton’s Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team.

Cianciarulo turned pro in the summer of 2013, and despite an illness early in his campaign he was able to earn a podium finish in his first race in Utah and a total of five top 10 finishes as a rookie. 2014 saw AC’s Supercross debut and he came out swinging with 3 wins in the first 5 races before getting injured. Following his injury the next two years would be a rough go for Cianciarulo as injuries plagued the young rider and he was only able to complete partial seasons. Nonetheless, Mitch Payton stuck by his side and he would return to full strength in the summer of 2016, with an all new training program alongside Ken Roczen. He put in many impressive rides during the Pro Motocross season and was starting to show the spark he began his pro career with.

In 2017 Cianciarulo was finally healthy coming into a Supercross season and he scored his first win of the year at his hometown race at Daytona International Speedway in Florida. After multiple podium finishes during that SX campaign, AC missed out on the East Coast SX Championship in Las Vegas by just two points. Adam had a successful summer as well in 2017, with two podium overall finishes and the Overall victory at Budds Creek in Maryland.

The story of Adam Cianciarulo surely is not over, and he will return to action with the Pro Circuit outfit again in 2018 and beyond.
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Interview Questions
Where is your favorite place to ride? The Nest in Florida

If you weren't a Pro Rider, what would you be doing? I’d be the starting Shooting Guard for the Orlando Magic for sure.

What do you like most about riding for Fox? All the history is really cool and they never stop improving all the gear.

What motivates you? My team and drive to be a Champion

As a Pro, what is your most proud moment? My win at Daytona this year (2017) was huge for me

What's your overall most memorable career moment? I’ll never forget my first SX win.

What was your first bike? A PW50

How did you get into riding MX? I was always watching the races when I was little, I even remember watching Jeremy McGrath on TV when I was 2 years old. Then when I was three my Mom and Dad got me my first bike.

Who was your favorite rider growing up? Jeremy McGrath

What are your hobbies outside of Moto? Golf and beating Joey Savatgy on X-Box
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Career Highlights

250cc East Supercross win in Arlington, Indianapololis, Detroit


11 Championships at AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships at Loretta Lynn’s