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- 2019 Monster Energy® Cup Champion
- 2019 AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 250 CHAMPION
- 11 CAREER MONSTER ENERGY® SUPERCROSS 250SX WINS
- 8 CAREER AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 250 WINS
- 2 CAREER AMA PRO MOTOCROSS 450 WINS
Cianciarulo entered 2022 determined to reclaim his place among the world’s elite Supercross racers until a practice crash late in the off-season threatened to derail his season before it ever began. Cianciarulo proved his resilience through the first two rounds, pushing through discomfort and showing flashes of the talent that made him a rising star. Unfortunately, an injury at Round 3 brought his year to a premature conclusion as Cianciarulo was sidelined and forced to set his focus toward 2023.
Building from his breakout rookie season in the premier division, which saw him claim AMA Pro Motocross ‘Rookie of the Year’ honors, Cianciarulo led 51 laps during the 2021 season and secured three overall podiums before injury forced an early end to his year.
Adam Cianciarulo started the 2020 Monster Energy Supercross series with a bang, earning his first 450SX class podium in his first race of the season. Cianciarulo would go on to be the fastest qualifier of the first seven rounds, earning a second podium and seven Top-10 finishes in the series until injury forced him to withdraw early from the supercross season. Fully recuperated, Cianciarulo returned to race the full AMA Pro Motocross season where he found an abundance of success, earning two 450 class wins, six podium finishes, and finished second overall in the series points standings to wrap up his rookie season.
Cianciarulo won the 250 class championship in the AMA Pro Motocross series, returning the coveted title to the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki race team and proved to be a top contender in the 2019 Monster Energy® AMA Supercross West Region class after earning five race wins and finishing second place overall. Furthering his successful 2019 campaign, Cianciarulo finished the year by winning the Monster Energy Cup in his 450 class debut and looked to keep that momentum heading into 2020.
In 2018 Cianciarulo earned a career-best second place in the Monster Energy® AMA Supercross series standings and landed on the podium in seven out of the ten Supercross races he started. At the end of the Supercross season, Cianciarulo required season-ending surgery in May.
In 2017, Cianciarulo captured his fourth 250SX win in Las Vegas, Nevada and his first career AMA Pro Motocross victory at Budds Creek. After completing a full healthy season aboard his KX250F, Cianciarulo headed into the 2018 season ready to compete for wins.
After missing the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross season due to an injury, Adam Cianciarulo entered the 2016 motocross season healthy and rested. Cianciarulo rode strong and consistent to capture six top-10s and finish eighth overall.
Coming off of an injury sustained in supercross, Cianciarulo came into the 2015 Pro Motocross Championship looking to claim the title. He came into the first round swinging and finished inside the top ten, he continued that momentum into the next five rounds with four top ten finishes and one podium finish. Unfortunately, another injury would sideline Cianciarulo for the remainder of the 2015 Pro Motocross season.
Making his supercross debut, Cianciarulo wasted no time by winning in his first attempt at Round one of 250cc East Supercross in Arlington. He collected another two wins in Indianapolis and Detroit before injuring his shoulder, which forced him to relinquish his championship hopes. His injury sidelined him for the rest of the 2014 season.
Before the start of his debut season, Cianciarulo was forced to miss the first four rounds of the Pro Motocross Championship due to illness. He returned to score five top ten moto finishes including a podium in the first moto in Utah.
Cianciarulo became the winningest mini-bike rider in the history of the AMA Amateur National Motocross Championships® at Loretta Lynn’s with 11 championships, after winning four titles at Loretta’s in the last two year.