One of the most popular, outgoing and friendly racers on the AMA circuit, Adam is hanging up his boots on May 11, 2024

Adam Cianciarulo, announced today that he is retiring from professional racing. The 27-year-old Floridian has decided to conclude his professional racing career at the end of the 2024 Supercross season in May, signifying the end of a 20-year journey with Team Kawasaki, Team Green, and the Pro Circuit/Kawasaki team.

During his amateur career, Cianciarulo became a decorated champion and earned the title of the winningest mini bike rider at the Loretta Lynn’s AMA Amateur National Motocross Championship with 11 championships.

Making his professional debut aboard his KX250, Cianciarulo took three wins and two runner-up finishes in his first five Supercross starts in 2014. He would go on to win the 2019 AMA 250 National Motocross Championship—winning the Monster Energy Cup in his 450 debut.

Adam was an incredible talent, who never got to show what he could have achieved because of injuries. Kawasaki and Pro Circuit always stuck by him through every injury-riddled season.

Adam said, “I was seven years old when I signed with Kawasaki, and from my amateur career with Team Green to turning pro and my time in the 250 class with Pro Circuit, to the last four years with factory Kawasaki at the highest level in our sport, here we are 20 years later. As I announce my retirement, I extend my deepest thanks to Kawasaki for their belief in me and their relentless commitment. It’s been an honor and a privilege to represent such an iconic brand, and to be a part of a team with the utmost integrity. I’ve made friends that will last a lifetime, and memories I will always cherish. My love for racing, and our sport in general, is stronger than ever, and I look forward to the future with the same excitement I had as a kid dreaming of the career I was so fortunate to have had.”

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