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AMA Supercross Live Stream

There is no doubt that the best method to watch Monster Energy AMA Supercross is up close and personal at a live event. Understandably, watching every Supercross event live in person is not feasible for the vast majority of dedicated Supercross fans. The extensive travel schedule for riders during the season carries them all across the United States from the west coast to the east coast.

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Supercross Live TV

Thankfully, every Supercross event throughout the season is aired lived on television for fans to enjoy from the comfort of their own home. The 2018 season featured Supercross events aired live on NBC, NBC Sports with the majority of events being aired on NBCSN.

There are no scheduled broadcasts currently for the 2019 AMA Supercross season, but fans should stay tuned as the announcement of the broadcast schedule should be released to the public soon. It is likely that every broadcast will be aired on the NBC family of stations so Supercross fans who wish to see the most in-depth coverage are advised to check their local listings or subscription plan to ensure NBC, NBC Sports, and even NBCSN are available.

Even though the broadcast schedule for the 2019 AMA Supercross schedule has not been released yet, it has been announced that the 2018 Monster Energy Cup on 10/13/18 will air live on FS2 at 6:30pmPT/9:30pm ET. For fans located outside the United States, the event can be watched through Supercross Video Pass. Die-hard Supercross fans can also be informed of the 2019 broadcast schedule the moment it is released by becoming a preferred customer.

It is worth noting that Supercross hit record numbers in their TV ratings during the 2018 season. The sport continues to grow in popularity as television broadcast viewership increased by six percent and a whopping 27 percent with 18 to 34-year-old males. The sport hit a record for a total number of television viewers for a single event at Salt Lake City last season when roughly 836,000 people tuned into the action.

The sport is expected to continue to grow over the coming years 34-year-old and it will be geared towards a younger audience since the vast majority of Supercross viewers are in the millennial the comfort. Expect more innovative ways to tune in to all the high flying Supercross action and the continued development of a truly unique Race Day experience for fans!

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Announces Lineup for Supercross Anaheim 1

Rockstar Energy Husqvarna announced their lineup for the 2019 Supercross season and there were some surprises to fans and experts alike. The announcement took place at the Husqvarna Motorcycles headquarters in Murrieta, California at a private media event. The team is bringing back a couple of riders as well as bringing in a couple of new riders that should increase the competitiveness of their team. Look at the podium at Supercross Anaheim 1 to see how the team fares in the first event of the 2019 season. Husqvarna’s team manager is confident going into the 2019 season and believes that the team can make a lot of noise.

Lineup for Supercross Anaheim 1

Team Manager Bobby Hewitt said, “Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing had a great 2018 Supercross season, in achieving two championships. Looking forward to 2019, we are going to work even harder to have a repeat successful season. Having both Anderson and Osborne in the 450 premier class is beneficial as we have young, up and coming 250 riders on our team. Covington, Mosiman, and Bailey are training hard for the upcoming season. I feel very fortunate to have a great staff, strong manufacturer support with Husqvarna Motorcycles, and a dedicated title sponsor again with Rockstar Energy. We are surrounded with 100% support and it gives everyone the confidence to have another historical season!”

Jason Anderson signed a four-year deal with the team earlier in the season so it was no surprise to anyone that he was returning to the team for the 2019 season. Anderson won the 2018 AMA Supercross 450SX Championship and he will be looking to reclaim the title in the 2019 season. Anderson will be riding the FC 450 Rockstar Edition bike during the 2019 season so be on the lookout for the bike and its’ incredible design. Anderson is looking to get back out there and turn some heads at Supercross Anaheim 1.

“The 2019 season is rapidly approaching and I look forward to getting back to Supercross,” Anderson said. “It’s going to be stacked this year in the 450 class and I look forward to consistently racing my way to the podium.”

Husqvarna has one other rider in the 450 class and he is a rookie, Zach Osborne. He won the 250SX East Region twice and was the 2017 250 Pro Motocross Champion. He could make a lot of noise as a 450 rookie but he is far from a rookie experience wise. Husqvarna lost a 450 rider in Dean Wilson, and there was some hope that he would return for the 2019 season but he has decided to ride as a privateer. Wilson will be dearly missed at Supercross Anaheim 1. But, it was easy to see that Osborne was pumped to be in the 450 class for the first time.

“2019 marks my rookie season in the 450 class, an opportunity I’ve dreamed of since I was a kid,” Osborne said. “The 450 class is the pinnacle of the sport and I’m very excited to try my hand and see what I can do against the best in the sport.”

Thomas Covington is coming back to the United States motocross scene after spending his entire career in Europe riding in the FIM Motocross World Championship. It will be interesting to see how he fares in the 250 Supercross class. It will be interesting to see him compete at Anaheim 1 as that will be his first race. He is certainly excited to prove his worth to the motocross world and show his stuff against some of the best in the world.

“I’m really excited to continue my relationship with Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing here in the States with Bobby Hewitt’s team,” Covington said. “They’ve had a lot of success in the last couple years, so I’m thankful to get this opportunity.”

Michael Mosiman is returning to the team after a moderately successful 2018 250 class season. Mosiman is looking to continue improving to try and get into the 450 class for the 2020 season. Keep a close eye on him as he is one of the rising stars in the sport.

“I’m excited and honored to be riding for such a proven team as Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing,” Mosiman said. “After having a whole season healthy under my belt, I think we’ll be able to go out and turn some heads in 2019.”

Make sure that you tune into Supercross Anaheim 1 to see how Anderson and the rest of the Rockstar Energy Husqvarna team fares in the first race of the season. Anderson will most likely continue to dominate in the 450 class to try and win his second title in a row.

ClubMX and Traders Racing are merging for Supercross Anaheim 1

Supercross has a new team that should be a formidable force in the coming year for 2019. ClubMX and Traders Racing have decided to join forces to compete with the larger factory teams in the 2019 Supercross season. This will add even more excitement to the first race of the season, Anaheim 1.

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“We are very excited to combine efforts with ClubMX for the 2019 season and beyond,” said Traders team manager Kenny Day in a statement. “Making this move will essentially allow our team to be in one central location. Working together with one goal in mind is something I have always desired as a team manager and I feel I have found it with the merger with ClubMX. ClubMX has the best training facility in the country in my opinion and I’m really looking forward to building this relationship to help grow both parties involved. Together I truly believe we will have the full package to not only deliver better results but also offer more of a return to all of our sponsors than in years prior.”

A lot of fans are unsure who both teams will keep as riders. Most fans and experts believe that Joey Crown, Luke Renzland, Jayce Pennington, and Josh Osby will likely be on the team in 2018. There has not been an announcement as to who will remain on the team but keep a close eye as I am sure the riders and team are eager to announce their new team. There also has been no announcement as to what the newly merged team will be called. Most people are speculating that the team will carry the ClubMX name on. We will have to wait and see for Anaheim 1 to see what the new team will be called.

Non-Factory teams struggle to compete with factory teams as they do not have the financial backing of the factory teams. This has created a large concentration of teams at the top of the sport of Supercross because smaller teams simply cannot compete with the factory teams. Think of it as soccer, Manchester United have an astoundingly large budget to spend on their team; a team like Everton simply cannot compete because they do not have the budget for great players. That is exactly what is happening in Supercross, the factory teams have more resources so all of the best riders in the world go to those teams. ClubMX and Traders Racing have been struggling to compete with the factory teams at the top level and merging together will allow their riders to compete with the top teams.

Traders race director Skip Norfolk said, “The combining of efforts with ClubMX is a great opportunity for both of us. Competing with the factory teams is becoming more difficult and costly. Being able to offer a complete package to our riders with a training program, nutrition program, the nation’s top tracks to train on, well-maintained practice bikes as well as competitive race bikes are critical to their development and ultimately their success on race day. We are in a position now to compete with the best in the world. Also, we are now able to enhance the marketability of the race team. We will be able to offer a retail avenue to our partners, all in an effort to sell products. That is the bottom line, how to help those companies sell more products… it has to be more than just racing, and we are beyond excited to now be able to offer that.”

This was a great move for ClubMX and Traders Racing as they will be a much more formidable force in Supercross plus they can bring in more revenue which will further enhance their standing in the Supercross season. It will be interesting to see if smaller teams decide to go the route of ClubMX and Traders Racing and merge together. The 2019 season should be even more competitive now and fans are even more excited for Anaheim 1.

We will have to wait for more updates in the coming weeks as teams continue to prepare for the 2019 Supercross season. One thing is for sure, Anaheim 1 will be filled with plenty of great drama and excitement to make sure that you tune for it!

Supercross Anaheim 1 Tickets

Supercross fans in Anaheim, California will have not one, but two opportunities to witness the thrills of watching the world’s best riders during the 2019 season. The Monster Energy 2019 AMA season kicks off in Anaheim, California on January 5th, 2019. An encore performance of the action will return to Angel Stadium of Anaheim on January 19th, 2019. Supercross Futures will also make an appearance in Anaheim on January 20th, 2019 and fans will have the opportunity to witness the rising stars of tomorrow in Supercross.

Supercross Anaheim Tickets

Tickets for both rounds in Anaheim start at $25 and go on sale to the general public on 10/23. A special pre-sale is available for preferred customers from 10/9 – 10/22. Tickets are available online on StubHub, Ticketmaster, and Vividseats. Not only are tickets for the professional events and Supercross Futures available online, but tickets for Supercross FanFest are also available. Passes to the Pit Party are available for $15 and can be purchased online at the same link as tickets to the events. Fans must purchase tickets to the same day event and the Pit Party to gain entrance.

Tickets can also be purchased over the phone for those who dislike ordering tickets online. For individual tickets, fans can dial 800-352-0212 for secure payment over the phone. Fans interested in group tickets can contact Feld Direct Group Sales at 866-248-8740.

Fans that live in the local Anaheim area are advised that the Angel Stadium Box Office does not open until December 3rd, 2018. Tickets should be purchased either online or over the phone by the previously mentioned methods.

Anaheim Supercross fans will have a double dose of Supercross thrills and they are advised to secure tickets as soon as possible for whichever date they wish to attend.

The Time is Now for El Chupacabra to Win

Not many AMA Supercross riders can say they own their own motocross training facility, but Grand Terrace, California native Blake Baggett is one of those few. The rider for Rocky Mountain ATV/MC-KTM/WPS owns and operates the “Chupacabra Ranch” which is located in Florida and is known as one of the best training facilities in the country. The name of the facility is coined from Baggett’s nickname “El Chupacabra” which he earned for his knack to surge late in races to overpass opponents. The 26-year old turned pro in 2009 coming off a tremendous amateur career highlighted by four championships. “El Chupacabra” has not turned back since and continues to be a force on the track every race.

El Chupacabra at Supercross

Baggett began his pro career with numerous top-5 finishes in Supercross and Motocross. He started his Supercross career with top-5 finishes in the 250SX Lites Eastern Regional in 2010, 2011, and 2012. He captured his first career win in the 250SX Lites with a victory at Arlington in 2010. In 2011, he would taste victory at Daytona and Las Vegas. He finished his run in the 250SX class with four career wins.

Baggett was equally as consistent in Motocross to begin his career competing in the 250cc class. Baggett had a remarkable four consecutive top-5 season finishes in the AMA Motocross 250cc class from 2011-2014. His most noteworthy season was in 2012 when he won his first career championship by winning the AMA Pro Motocross 250 class championship. Baggett could not be denied in AMA Motocross that season as he never finished outside of the top-5 the duration of the season. He capped off his 2012 Motocross campaign with five race wins.

Around this time, Baggett competed for his country in the Motocross of Nations alongside legends Ryan Villopoto and Ryan Dungey. He was a member of the last Team USA to win the Motocross of Nations championship in 2011.

After a lengthy, stellar run in the 250 classes in AMA Supercross and Motocross, Baggett took the next step in his career and transitioned into the 450 class. Baggett had stellar debut seasons in the Supercross 450SX and Motocross 450cc classes finishing in the top-5 overall point standings in each. His 2016 campaign would be derailed due to injuries and he could not find the consistency that propelled him to the previous fantastic debut seasons. He bounced back in 2017 with a 3rd place finish in the AMA Motocross 450cc class and a 6th place finish in the AMA Supercross 450SX class. His season-best finish in the 2017 Supercross season was a 3rd place finish at Atlanta.

In 2018, Baggett continued his climb up the rankings in the AMA Supercross 450SX class and had his best season since making the transition. He had an incredible year highlighted by five podiums and 16 top-10 finishes. He finished the season in 4th place and he looks to carry the momentum into an even stronger 2019 season.

Read also: Jeremy Martin Looks to Build off 2018 450SX

“El Chupacabra” has continued to elevate his position among the sport’s best year after year since turning pro nearly a decade ago. He has proven he can produce top-5 finishes, podiums, and even lead laps competing against the best of the best. The time is now for Baggett to take that next step and secure his first victory in the 450SX class.

Rocky Mountain Fantasy SX

Sign-ups for the 2019 Rocky Mountain Fantasy SX, presented by Rocky Mountain ATV/AC, will soon be announced. Supercross fans should stay tuned for the upcoming announcement of the 6th edition of Rocky Mountain Fantasy SX.

Rocky Mountain SX is the ultimate Supercross fantasy game for fans to compete with each other across the country. In 2018, Rocky Mountain SX gave away $100,000 worth of grand prizes including KTM 450 SX-F and 250 SX-F dirt bikes as the top two prizes. The popularity of the fantasy game increases every year and is closing in the 100,000 marks in participants (70,000 competed in 2017’s edition).

Rocky Mountain Fantasy SX

The rules are simple as players make predictions for the top-5 with the addition of a wildcard rider in each round of the AMA Supercross season. The point system for the game did change slightly during the 2018 season. The point totals for each position were changed to the following: 1st place = 26 points; 2nd place = 23 points; 3rd place = 21 points; 4th place = 19 points; 5th place = 18 points; wildcard = 26 points. In addition to the points change, players have now rewarded 5 points for a rider that finishes in a different position than they predicted as long as they still finish in the top-5.

The top-10 players each week are rewarded weekly prizes in the contest over the course of the season. The biggest prizes of the contest are saved for the top-10 overall players at the end of the season. Last season’s top-10 grand prizes include:

  1. Race-prepped KTM 450 SX-F
  2. Race-prepped KTM 250 SX-F
  3. Monster Energy Cup Red Carpet Giveaway
  4. Red Rock RM Riding Experience
  5. Dunlop Proving Grounds VIP Trip
  6. Alpinestars Gear and Casual Wear Package
  7. Milestone Video Game Prize Pack
  8. Motion Pro Tool and Accessory Package
  9. Tusk Impact Wheel Set
  10. Oakley Goggles and Sunglasses Package

What kind of prizes are in store for 2019? Stay updated for the official announcement at RM Fantasy SX to find out all information for this season’s edition of Rocky Mountain Fantasy SX. Sign up and play is always free for the dedicated fans of the sport!

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Find the Best Between MXGP and AMA Motocross

MXGP and AMA Motocross has several differences. They are organized on opposite edges of the world, featuring different athletes and run by different people. Even their fans are different, and both often argue to prove that their series is the best. Both sets are worlds apart. For instance, the name of motocross is different than MXGP. For each signature obstacle, track style or elite sportspersons in MXGP, both series are comparable.

MXGP and AMA Motocross

Look at a few of these corresponding items that make two different championships look similar.

Leap of LaRocco: AMA

While considering the big jumps of America, your mind will stop at RedBud National, Michigan for LaRocco’s Leap. In fact, it was 40m in length, and it would be difficult to look beyond anyway. It can’t be the biggest jump in the AMA because of some preposterous boosters currently built at Glen Helen and Hangtown. Still, it is a considerable jump and the iconic and oldest signature obstacles of AMA. It is named after the former racer of AMA, Mike LaRocco. He is the person who manages the vast Honda GEICO team.

Almost 20 years before, a native of Michigan came up with an exciting idea to recreate a massive jump at a private practice track at RedBud, nicknamed Kong. Co-owner of the track Tim Ritchie approved, and a leap of LaRocco comes into existence. Appropriately, LaRocco became the first rider to remove the flaws of a massive launch, although he went home and obtained his particular factory bike for this purpose.

After two decades or even more, the massive jump is intimidating, though several riders will boast that it is easy. The Leap has technical difficulties, and it takes a massive set of specific balls to complete this job.

If you have seen a jump personally, you are justified in relating it. Standing at a foundation and gazing up at the face of jump, which may look more than a wall from this vintage than a launch ramp, is sufficient to affect the people with weak hearts to immediately load their backup and drive to their home. You may hit the wall like James Stewart and pray that you are going quick enough to clear your uphill landing.

Luckily, people who have to complete “The Leap” generally know their activities. When they get a chance to do this, they will get a reward from hundreds of screaming fans with air horns, saluting and yelling, beer-soaked paws shove high in the midair. For LaRocco, he is not interested in doing anything to do with this jump, but he is sure that he could do it in a better way if he needed to.

The Quad Lommel: MXGP

There are some vast and jumps on the calendar of MXGP, but these two stand out if you are looking at sheer guts needed to brand them.

The arduous quad at Basin Matterley, in the United Kingdom, is not for a faint-hearted person. If you are an 8th-time world champion, such as Tony Cairoli, you may even throw in one sassy overtake on this event, but we would perhaps advise beside doing that.

When the MXGP moved to Thailand in 2016 for the 1st time, there was one large tabletop for single-leap, EvgenyBobryshev that Russian rider. He is the only man to clear it in a go and touch the skies as his achievements reveal. He stated that you require vast coconuts to surmount.

On the scene of MXGP, the topmost jump, for your money, is in Europe, at Lommel. A courtyard in the beat unit at the famous Belgian track requires ultimate skills and the best to tackle it.

Gautier Paulin presented his rivals and enthralled fans in 2014, how to manage it in a unique style and he tacked it. The Frenchman avoid mess around while making his way around.

Read also: AMA Supercross Preview & Analysis

In fact, both championships have their charm. The supercross championship is a new version of the racing championship of motocross with a dirt bike. The motocross needs long courses that are designed on the natural dirt and topography is naturally available. The earth hauled stadiums are identified of supercross races. These races held in covered domes and open stadiums from January to May.

AMA Supercross Live Timing

AMA Supercross fans can once again tune in for live results of every event which can be accessed from the comfort of their computer or mobile device. Live timing and results can be found at AMASupercross.com or the AMA SX app.

RACE DAY LIVE STREAM: AMA Supercross Online

Supercross Live TV

Fans have access to lap-by-lap results and crucial statistics to accurately follow the action if they are unable to attend the event. AMA Supercross Live Timing is the next best thing to follow for those who are unable to watch the races. The position of each rider, current leader, gaps between each position, last lap time for each rider, best lap time for each rider, and other information is available at fans’ fingertips.

AMA Supercross Live Timing

Live timing and scoring provide fans complete coverage of the day’s events in addition to detailed results of the main event. A complete media guide for the event, a detailed schedule of events, rider interviews, race-day photographs, qualifying times from every heat, news from the event, and tons of other valuable information for each event’s festivities is accessible at AMASupercross.com. Supercross fans will have access to live timing and scoring when the season gets underway in Anaheim, California. Before the main event, timed practice, interviews, and more will be accessible for fans to kick off the weekend.

For fans that are unable to attend the event live or tune in on television, AMA Supercross live timing and scoring is the best tool for complete coverage of every race and real-time results.

Jeremy Martin Looks to Build off 2018 450SX Experience

The 25-year old from Millville, Minnesota comes into the 2019 season in the process of transitioning into the 450SX on a full-time basis. 2018 was a huge leap for Martin as he began the AMA Supercross season on the 450SX circuit instead of the 250SX. The former AMA Motocross 250cc class champion looks to continue his progression heading into 2019 riding for GEICO Honda.

Jeremy Martin at AMA Supercross

Martin began his professional career in 2012 competing in the AMA Motocross 250cc class and the AMA Supercross 250SX East Regional. He had a breakout season in 2014 when he took home the championship in the AMA Pro Motocross 250 championship in his third season competing in the class. He concluded the season with five wins, ten top-5 finishes, and never finished outside of the top-10. In addition, he had his best career finish in the AMA Supercross 250SX Eastern Regional by finishing the season in 10th place.

2015 would be another phenomenal year for Martin as he won a second consecutive AMA Pro Motocross 250 championship and finished 3rd in the AMA Supercross 250SX East. In the 250SX East races in which he started, Martin never finished outside of the top-5. A championship would elude Martin during the 2016 250SX East season as he finished 3rd for the second consecutive season. He secured victories at Daytona and St. Louis, but rocky finishes at Detroit and Indianapolis would hold him back from capturing his first career Supercross championship.

Martin made big transitions in 2017 as he prepared to elevate to the next level in the sport. He received a fantastic opportunity to make his AMA Supercross 450SX debut by being the fill-in rider for Ken Roczen. Martin surprised any naysayers there might have been with a 2nd place finish at Daytona. It would be his only appearance on the 450SX circuit during the 2017 season as he returned to the 250SX West. He would not compete again in Supercross for the 2017 season as he was held back by injuries.

Martin switched bikes in the 2017 season so he had to transition to a new team during the season. He previously rode a Yamaha over the duration of his career before switching over to a Honda that season. In 2018, Martin strived once again for an AMA Supercross 250SX East championship. His quest for a championship in the 250SX class would have to wait since an opportunity came that was too good to pass up. He had the opportunity to race in the 450SX class for the first three races of the season. Martin took full advantage of the opportunity and finished 11th, 10th, and 12th in the first three 450SX races of the season before returning to 250SX East. He concluded the 2018 season with two victories, eight top-5 finishes, and a 3rd place finish in the point standings.

Martin is not the only one in his family to be heavily involved in the world of motorcycle racing. His brother, Alex, also competes in the 250SX class alongside him. In addition, their parents are the owners of Spring Creek MX Park in Minnesota. The park hosts a stop on the AMA Pro Motocross circuit.

Jeremy Martin will aim to continue transitioning into full-time competition in the 450SX in 2019 after getting his feet wet with a handful of starts thus far in his career. It remains to be seen if he will focus more on establishing a foothold in the 450SX or attempt to capture a 250SX championship which he has narrowly missed on multiple occasions.

Read also: Jason Anderson Aims to Repeat as 450SX Champ

Jason Anderson Aims to Repeat as 450SX Champ

Jason Anderson is coming off an electrifying 2018 campaign which saw him capture the Monster Energy AMA Supercross championship. Anderson gained control of the points standings in the 450SX division after the 2nd race of the season in Houston and never relinquished his lead throughout the season. A stellar season awaited “El Hombre” as he notched four wins, podiumed 11 races, and missed a top-four finish on only three occasions. The downhill stretch to the 2018 season became rocky after a wreck caused Anderson to finish 17th in Salt Lake City. His points lead was cut to 14 heading into the final showdown in Las Vegas, Nevada. Anderson capped off his stellar season with a 5th place finish at Sam Boyd Stadium and held off Marvin Musquin to win the championship by nine points. Anderson looks to repeat as champion in 2019 to begin a new dynasty in the 450SX division.

Jason Anderson

The 2018 AMA Supercross Championship was a thrilling accomplishment for the already stellar career of Anderson. The native of Edgewood, New Mexico has now tallied seven career wins in the 450SX class since turning pro in 2011. Before making the move to the 450SX division, Anderson tallied five career wins in the 250SX division. His stretch competing in the 250SX division was highlighted by his 2014 250SX Western Regional championship. Anderson’s talent and hard work were recognized when he received the chance of a lifetime to represent his country at the 2016 Motocross of Nations. He helped guide Team USA to a 2nd place finish in the event. Had it not been for a horrific injury Anderson suffered at the event, Team USA likely would have taken first place. Anderson was struck in the head by a lapped rider as he celebrated his victory in the 2nd race of the event. At the time of the accident, Team USA was in the lead and Anderson was forced to sit out the remaining races. France would go on to capture the championship.

Supercross was instilled in Anderson at a young age as he began riding at the young age of seven. In 2010, Anderson won the prestigious AMA Horizon Award for Motocross being tabbed as one of the next big stars in the sport of motorcycle racing. He followed up his award with a phenomenal performance at the 2010 AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships held at the Loretta Lynn Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee. At the event, Anderson won four out of six motos in the 450A and 250A classes. Anderson took home the championship for the 450A class.

The talents of Anderson are undeniable, but he has had outstanding mentors along his journey to the top of the Supercross world. He has been under the tutelage of well-known motocross trainer Aldon Baker. One of his training partners was four-time Supercross 450SX champion, Ryan Dungey. Some of Anderson’s current training partners include Marvin Musquin and Zach Osborne. Anderson has spent his entire career with the same team, but he has experience racing a variety of motorcycle brands. His team’s name presently is Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing with Husqvarna as the manufacturer for their motorcycles. Anderson has experience racing Suzuki and KTM motorcycles in addition to Husqvarna.

The 2018 AMA Supercross championship in the 450SX division solidified “El Hombre” as one of the premier riders in the sport of motorcycle racing at all levels. With the 2019 season quickly approaching, Anderson aims to follow up his historic 2018 campaign with an equally as impressive outing. Supercross fans will eagerly wait to find out if Anderson has what it takes to win back to back 450SX titles and earn legendary status.