Adam Cianciarulo To Retire After 2024 AMA Supercross Series

Florida native calls it a career following 20 years with Kawasaki.

Adam Cianciarulo has declared he will retire from professional supercross, motocross, and SuperMotocross (SMX) racing following the conclusion of the 2024 AMA Supercross Championship. The Florida native’s amateur motocross career was one of the best in the sport’s history with 11 national titles to his credit. Cianciarulo moved up to the professional ranks in 2014 and won his first AMA Supercross main event in his debut race inside AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. He held the point lead for most of the indoor season that year and ultimately finished fifth in the championship standings.

Adam Cianciarulo will retire from professional dirt bike racing after the 2024 AMA Supercross Championship wraps up in Salt Lake City on May 11.Feld Motor Sports

After achieving three consecutive runner-up finishes in the 250SX series in 2017, 2018, and 2019, Cianciarulo went on to capture the 250MX title in the 2019 AMA Pro Motocross Championship to end his tenure racing for the famed Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki organization. AC jumped to the 450 class in 2020 with the Monster Energy Kawasaki team. He took his factory KX450 to a podium result in his first AMA Supercross race in the premier class at the Anaheim 1 opener, and later that year finished runner-up in the 2020 AMA Pro Motocross 450MX Championship. His best season in 450SX came last year, where he finished ninth overall in the point standings.

For more insight on AC’s retirement from professional AMA Supercross, Pro Motocross, and SuperMotocross racing, tune into this Plugged In podcast episode as well as this week’s SMX Insider episode on the SuperMotocross YouTube channel.