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Iowa-born motocross athlete Cameron McAdoo kicked off his professional career in 2016 by competing in the 250SX Eastern Regional series, where he secured an impressive three top-10 finishes. Since then, McAdoo has consistently shown his unstoppable speed and endurance. His highlights include securing top-10 finishes in the challenging Pro Motocross championship and even clinching his first podium at the Las Vegas Showdown. As someone who genuinely enjoys the process of being a pro rider, McAdoo embraces each day with focus, knowing that he has a purpose to chase on the track. Even after every race, he works on refining his skills, both physically and mentally. Throughout his career, he's faced a few injuries that kept him sidelined, but he never allowed them to hold him back. In 2020, he had some respectable results in Pro Motocross, with his highest finish being fourth in the nine-round season. Moving on to 2021, he achieved a major milestone by winning his first-ever race at the Daytona International Speedway. He went on to secure five more podium finishes and even held the red plate at one round before finishing the year in third place overall. Starting the 2022 season as a strong contender in the 250SX East class, McAdoo snatched a victory in Arlington and began his 2023 campaign by once again, making his presence known on the podium.

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Cameron McAdoo
  • United States
Date of Birth : 1997-12-16
Favorite Flavor: Rehab Monster Strawberry Lemonade

Iowa-born motocross athlete Cameron McAdoo kicked off his professional career in 2016 by competing in the 250SX Eastern Regional series, where he secured an impressive three top-10 finishes. Since then, McAdoo has consistently shown his unstoppable speed and endurance. His highlights include securing top-10 finishes in the challenging Pro Motocross championship and even clinching his first podium at the Las Vegas Showdown. As someone who genuinely enjoys the process of being a pro rider, McAdoo embraces each day with focus, knowing that he has a purpose to chase on the track. Even after every race, he works on refining his skills, both physically and mentally. Throughout his career, he's faced a few injuries that kept him sidelined, but he never allowed them to hold him back. In 2020, he had some respectable results in Pro Motocross, with his highest finish being fourth in the nine-round season. Moving on to 2021, he achieved a major milestone by winning his first-ever race at the Daytona International Speedway. He went on to secure five more podium finishes and even held the red plate at one round before finishing the year in third place overall. Starting the 2022 season as a strong contender in the 250SX East class, McAdoo snatched a victory in Arlington and began his 2023 campaign by once again, making his presence known on the podium.

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