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Bakersfield, CA native Stilez Robertson has always shown a love for sports and displayed a rare ability to excel in most physical activities. He first hopped on a bike when he was just two years old, and he has been racing ever since he was four. Determined to make a name for himself in the sport, Stilez began competing professionally in his late teens. Continuing to thrive, he has achieved ongoing success, securing podium finishes in numerous competitions. Notably, he clinched a third-place podium finish at Anaheim 2 and landed two Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 250SX West Podiums. In addition, he was the recipient of the 2020 AMA Nicky Hayden Horizon Award. Despite already being seen as one of the most talented young riders of our time, Robertson is not resting any time soon.

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Stilez Robertson
  • United States
Date of Birth : 2002-03-04
Favorite Flavor: Zero-Sugar Ultra Rosá

Bakersfield, CA native Stilez Robertson has always shown a love for sports and displayed a rare ability to excel in most physical activities. He first hopped on a bike when he was just two years old, and he has been racing ever since he was four. Determined to make a name for himself in the sport, Stilez began competing professionally in his late teens. Continuing to thrive, he has achieved ongoing success, securing podium finishes in numerous competitions. Notably, he clinched a third-place podium finish at Anaheim 2 and landed two Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 250SX West Podiums. In addition, he was the recipient of the 2020 AMA Nicky Hayden Horizon Award. Despite already being seen as one of the most talented young riders of our time, Robertson is not resting any time soon.

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