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“El Hombre” had arrived.

“El Hombre” they call him. The fastest clutch lever in the West. Wild as a mustang before famed MX trainer Aldon Baker caught up with him - and helped the shooting dirt bike star channel that unbridled speed and aggression into two Monster Energy AMA Supercross titles.

Running the M-claw logo for the factory Monster Energy/Kawasaki team these days, Anderson’s affable and spirited personality reins in a sizable cheering section from Budds Creek/Maryland to Hangtown/California. They like the fact he doesn’t sugarcoat his racing, forging healthy rivalries with top racers in the bowl corners of supercross and deep-rutted berms of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

Aggressive, with a slight hint of warrior-based vindictiveness (arising when he’s wronged on the track), Anderson rides with a purposeful speed that easily separates him from much of the field. Those that choose to do battle with him are no doubt wary of his laser focus on holding his line – and carrying through to the checkers with victory/podium always in mind – especially when forced to charge from the back of the pack.

As a youth, Anderson was marked for great success in American motocross. First plopped down in a starting gate at age seven, Anderson went on an absolute tear prior to turning pro, scoring 72 amateur motocross victories and five coveted Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Championship titles at country singer Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. The New Mexico native’s effort, halfway across the country at Loretta’s, was trumpeted loudly within his final amateur race when he won the prestigious 450A class championship. With this came the 2010 AMA Horizon Award, followed by factory ride offers rolling in.

“El Hombre” had arrived. The climb into MX’s upper tier of professional racers is never easy. Only a select few, names such as Monster Energy’s Ricky Carmichael, have ever made an immediate impact in their freshman on the overall AMA pro racing podium landscape. And Anderson was no different as he went from top amateur to some very pedestrian results in his inaugural year racing pro-MX and SX on the 250s with the factory Suzuki program. Fast-forward a couple of years, and now under the watchful eye of Baker, Anderson would capture his first 250 WSX title in 2014, then followed that up with a 450 SX (18) crown – solidifying a chapter in the history of supercross.

Anderson’s married to TikTok & Instagram star Kenzie (Meads) Anderson, and his own escapades can be followed on his YouTube vlog, “Team Fried.”

Supercross
Jason Anderson
  • United States
Date of Birth : 1993-02-18
Favorite Flavor: Juice Monster Aussie Style Lemonade

“El Hombre” they call him. The fastest clutch lever in the West. Wild as a mustang before famed MX trainer Aldon Baker caught up with him - and helped the shooting dirt bike star channel that unbridled speed and aggression into two Monster Energy AMA Supercross titles.

Running the M-claw logo for the factory Monster Energy/Kawasaki team these days, Anderson’s affable and spirited personality reins in a sizable cheering section from Budds Creek/Maryland to Hangtown/California. They like the fact he doesn’t sugarcoat his racing, forging healthy rivalries with top racers in the bowl corners of supercross and deep-rutted berms of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship.

Aggressive, with a slight hint of warrior-based vindictiveness (arising when he’s wronged on the track), Anderson rides with a purposeful speed that easily separates him from much of the field. Those that choose to do battle with him are no doubt wary of his laser focus on holding his line – and carrying through to the checkers with victory/podium always in mind – especially when forced to charge from the back of the pack.

As a youth, Anderson was marked for great success in American motocross. First plopped down in a starting gate at age seven, Anderson went on an absolute tear prior to turning pro, scoring 72 amateur motocross victories and five coveted Monster Energy AMA Amateur National Championship titles at country singer Loretta Lynn’s Ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tenn. The New Mexico native’s effort, halfway across the country at Loretta’s, was trumpeted loudly within his final amateur race when he won the prestigious 450A class championship. With this came the 2010 AMA Horizon Award, followed by factory ride offers rolling in.

“El Hombre” had arrived. The climb into MX’s upper tier of professional racers is never easy. Only a select few, names such as Monster Energy’s Ricky Carmichael, have ever made an immediate impact in their freshman on the overall AMA pro racing podium landscape. And Anderson was no different as he went from top amateur to some very pedestrian results in his inaugural year racing pro-MX and SX on the 250s with the factory Suzuki program. Fast-forward a couple of years, and now under the watchful eye of Baker, Anderson would capture his first 250 WSX title in 2014, then followed that up with a 450 SX (18) crown – solidifying a chapter in the history of supercross.

Anderson’s married to TikTok & Instagram star Kenzie (Meads) Anderson, and his own escapades can be followed on his YouTube vlog, “Team Fried.”

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