|Birthdate||December 23, 1989|
|Team||Monster Energy® Kawasaki|
After recovering from an injury sustained at the AMA Supercross® season opener. Hahn was able to secure two top 10 overall finishes before sustaining an injury in round seven of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross season.
Hahn made his debut in the AMA 450cc Supercross class finishing as high as fourth place in Atlanta, but a crash in St. Louis put him out for the remainder of the 2014 season.
A breakthrough year for Hahn in the 250cc East Supercross Championship as he never finished off the podium and took back-to-back wins in Atlanta and St. Louis to win his first professional championship. Hahn clinched the championship at the final round in Las Vegas by battling through an injury he sustained in qualifying. That injury forced him to miss the first four rounds of Motocross. He returned to race the remainder of the 250cc Motocross season and battled inside the top 10.
Hahn missed most of the Supercross season due to an injury, but was able to score three top-five finishes in the last three rounds including a podium in Las Vegas. He battled within the top-five all summer long finishing as high as fourth overall at Lake Elsinore. Hahn placed sixth in the 250cc championship.
Hahn was forced to sit out the Supercross season and the majority of Motocross season due to injury. He returned to race a few nationals, posting top 10 results.
Hahn found consistency in the 250cc West Supercross Championship as he never finished outside the top-five and collected five podium finishes to finish second overall in the championship. Hahn had his best showing outdoors as well despite missing four rounds due to injury. He returned for the last four rounds of the season, scoring a moto podium finish at Southwick and finishing 10th overall.
For 2009, Hahn switched to the 250cc East Supercross Region and finished sixth overall with his first career podium coming in Jacksonville in second place. Hahn hovered around the top 10 consistently in 250cc Motocross with his best finish at RedBud, coming in ninth overall.
After making his professional debut at the last two Pro Motocross events following his final Loretta Lynn’s in 2007, Hahn made his Supercross debut in the 250cc West Championship, posting five top 10 finishes and ninth overall. It didn’t take long before Hahn was turning heads as he finished inside the top 10 at Millville in his first full 250cc Pro Motocross season.