|Birthdate||March 29, 1991|
|Team||Monster Energy®/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki|
Tyler Bowers made his full 250cc season debut with the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki racing team during the 2015 Supercross season. Riding impressively, Bowers had five top five finishes with three ending on the podium. A back injury that plagued him throughout the Supercross season sidelined him for the entire Motocross campaign.
After colliding with another rider and breaking his ankle in the opening round, Bowers rode the best he could to stay in the hunt for the championship, retaking the points lead before the Race to the Championship. He won 19 main events, 11 overalls, and 10 head to head bracket races to win his fourth straight Arenacross® Championship. Bowers has a career total of 72 Arenacross wins and sits fourth on the all-time win list.
Bowers had to overcome adversity when he broke his collarbone while practicing. Following immediate surgery, the champion gritted through the pain to achieve 20 main event wins and 10 overalls to claim his third consecutive championship. His effort earned him a call from Mitch Payton to join the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki racing team for the final three rounds of the 250cc East Supercross where he finished all three races within the top-five including his first Supercross win at the final round in Las Vegas.
Bowers came into the 2012 Arenacross season stronger than ever, winning 12 of 19 races to earn his second-consecutive championship.
Determined to make a statement after falling short of the championship in 2010, Bowers went on a tear, winning 12 of 19 races and achieving his first Arenacross Championship.
Bowers signed with Team Babbitt’s Monster Energy/Amsoil® Kawasaki racing team to contest the Arenacross Championship. Bowers would win an impressive nine races and was leading the championship until injury knocked him out on contention and he finished third overall.
Always known as a big kid for his age, Bowers jumped up to the 450cc class. He struggled with consistency but battled within the top 10 on multiple occasions with his best finish at RedBud coming eighth overall.
Making his pro debut, following a successful amateur career, Bowers raced to his first Arenacross Lites win before contesting the 250cc Eastern Supercross Championship. Bowers finished sixth overall in his rookie season with five top 10 and two top-five finishes.