Tucker Hibbert

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Tucker’s not only considered one of the greatest snowmobile snocross racers of all time, he is also the only athlete in the world to race motorcycles professionally at a premiere level.

From a young age, Tucker rapidly excelled in both sports. At age 15, he was catapulted to the top of the action sports world by winning the snocross gold medal at Winter X Games. Naturally, his focus turned to snowmobiles. In his first three seasons as a pro, he won three national snocross championships and added two more X Games medals to his collection. In 2003, he felt that he had accomplished enough in snocross to shift his time and resources into becoming a motocross champion. From 2004-2006, he competed in only one snowmobile event yearly, Winter X Games. He won two more medals then made the decision to return to regular season snocross events.

Fall of 2006, he formed Team Monster Energy/Arctic Cat. Since his return to full-time national snocross racing, he’s won two FIM Snowcross World Championships, another four National Snocross Championships and brought his X Games medal count up to 11, making him the most decorated snocross racer in history. On January 3, 2014, Tucker added another record to his resume by surpassing legend Blair Morgan’s longstanding all-time Pro National Snocross win record of 84 premier class victories.

Tucker continues to split his time between national snocross racing and AMA Pro Motocross. To stay connected to his year-round racing adventures, visit www.tucker-hibbert.com.

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