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2011 AMA Supercross & Motocross Numbers

2011 MX & SX Numbers

The AMA issued the 2011 National Supercross and Motocross numbers. For many motorcycle riders, earning a national number is a significant accomplishment, while for other riders, earning a single digit number signifies that they have won a national motorcycle racing championship.

A notable change for 2011 is that all MX and SX riders must run the competition number that has been assigned, for example, a motocross rider that has not earned a career number and has earned a number in the top 100 must run the earned number for the 2011 Supercross and Motocross seasons.

Again, these numbers apply to both AMA Motocross and Supercross series.

AMA Racing Numbers

1. Ryan Dungey – AMA Supercross 450 cc Champion

1. Ryan Dungey – AMA Motocross 450cc Champion

1. Trey Canard – AMA Motocross 250cc Champion

1. Jake Weimer – AMA Supercross Lites West Champ

1. Christophe Pourcel – AMA Supercross Lites East Champ

2. Ryan Villopoto

3. Mike Brown

5. Ryan Dungey

7. James Stewart

9. Ivan Tedesco

10. Justin Brayton

11. Kyle Chisholm

12. Tommy Hahn

13. Heath Voss

14. Kevin Windham

15. Dean Wilson

16. John Dowd

17. Justin Barcia

18. David Millsaps

19. Eli Tomac

20. Broc Tickle

21. Blake Wharton

22. Chad Reed

23. Martin Davalos

24. Brett Metcalfe

25. Ryan Sipes

26. Michael Byrne

27. Nicholas Wey

28. Tyla Rattray

29. Andrew Short

30. Kyle Regal

31. Wil Hahn

32. Jake Weimer

33. Joshua Grant

34. Dan Reardon

35. Kyle Cunningham

36. Cole Seely

37. Darryn Durham

38. Chris Blose

39. Matt Goerke

40. Tommy Searle

41. Trey Canard

42. Nico Izzi

43. Weston Peick

44. Les Smith

45. Vince Friese

46. Alex Martin

47. Jason Thomas

48. Matthew Lemoine

49. Ben Evans

50. Matt Boni

51. Steven Clarke

52. Max Anstie

53. Jarred Browne

54. Jason Lawrence

55. Tommy Weeck

56. Phillip Nicoletti

57. Blake Baggett

58. Travis Baker

59. Matt Moss

60. Killy Rusk

61. Austin Howell

62. Robert Kiniry

63. Justin Keeney

64. Derek Anderson

65. Hunter Hewitt

66. James DeCotis

67. Travis Sewell

68. Michael Willard

69. Heath Harrison

70. Tevin Tapia

71. Ryan Morais

72. Nicholas Paluzzi

73. Topher Ingalls

74. Austin Stroupe

75. Joshua Hill

76. Kyle Partridge

77. Ian Trettel

78. Sean Borkenhagen

79. Chris Johnson

80. Troy Adams

81. Robby Marshall

82. Shane Sewell

83. Shane Durham

84. Josh Demuth

85. Ryan Clark

86. Jacob Morrison

87. Drew Yenerich

88. Jeff Gibson

89. Taylor Futrell

90. Terren Odell

91. Joshua Clark

92. Taylor Robert

93. Hunter Clements

94. Ricky Renner

95. Tyler Medaglia

96. Lowell Spangler

97. Kyle Summers

98. Bobby Bonds

99. Ryan Abrigo

101. Ben Townley

377. Christophe Pourcel

800. Mike Alessi

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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