Alex Martin is now riding for the JGR Suzuki team, we expect that he will be a title threat in the 250 East division.


The 2019 Monster Energy Supercross season is officially headed East for round six in Minneapolis, Minnesota. With a high of 8 degrees forecasted for Minneapolis on Saturday, the weather looks like it will be worse than in San Diego. Luckily the Minnesota Viking’s U.S. Bank Stadium has a roof to keep the winter weather out. Now that the series is migrating, the West Coast 250 riders will enjoy a three weekend break while the 250 East Coast riders will finally get to race for their first time in 2019.

With a brand new group of 250 riders joining us for the first round of the 250 East Coast Supercross series, we wanted to give you a heads up on who will be there and what numbers they will be running below.

Austin Forkner and his teammate Martin Davalos will represent the Monster Energy Pro Circuit Kawasaki team, Christian Craig and Chase Sexton will represent the Geico Honda team, Jordon Smith and Mitchell Falk will represent the Troy Lee Designs Red Bull GoPro KTM team, Justin Cooper and Mitchell Oldenburg will represent the Monster Energy Star Racing Yamaha team, Jordan Bailey and Thomas Covington will represent the Rockstar Husqvarna team and Alex Martin and Kyle Peters will represent the JGR Suzuki team.


# Name Hometown Bike
23 Chase Sexton La Moille, Illinois Honda CRF250
24 Austin Forkner Richards, MO Kawasaki KX 250F
26 Alex Martin Clermont, FL Suzuki RM-Z250
28 Jordon Smith Belmont, NC KTM 250 SX-F
32 Justin Cooper Huntington, NY Yamaha YZ250F
37 Kyle Cunningham Willow Park, TX Honda CRF 250
38 Christian Craig Orange, CA Honda CRF 250
45 Brandon Hartranft Brick, NJ Yamaha YZ250F
49 Henry Miller Rochester, MN KTM 250 SX-F
52 Jordan Bailey Orlando, FL Husqvarna FC250
55 Kyle Peters Greensboro, NC Suzuki RM-Z250
56 Lorenzo Locurcio GROVELAND, FL Kawasaki KX 250
63 John Short Pilot Point, TX Yamaha YZ250F
66 Mitchell Oldenburg Godley, TX Yamaha YZ250F
70 Joshua Osby Valparaiso, IN Yamaha YZ250F
73 Martin Davalos Tallahassee, FL Kawasaki KX 250F
78 Ramyller Alves Coconut Creek, FL Yamaha YZ250F
81 Joshua Cartwright Tallahassee, FL Yamaha YZ250F
89 Joey Crown Metamora, MI Yamaha YZ250F
96 Chase Marquier Newcastle, OK Husqvarna FC250
98 Wilson Fleming Cairo, GA Husqvarna FC250
112 Thomas Covington Murrieta, CA Husqvarna FC250
116 TJ Albright Mount Marion, NY KTM 250 SX-F
123 Mitchell Falk Costa Mesa, CA KTM 250 SX-F
131 Jayce Pennington Walnut Hill, IL Yamaha YZ250F
151 Carter Gordon Mattoon, IL KTM 250 SX-F
161 Justin Thompson Concord, NC Yamaha YZ250F
179 Westen Wrozyna Newtonville, Canada Kawasaki KX 250
197 Dillon Cloyed Papillion, NE Yamaha YZ250F
285 Marshal Weltin Ubly, MI KTM 250 SX-F
305 Hunter Hilton Youngsville, LA Husqvarna FC250
332 Dustin Winter Clearwater, KS Yamaha YZ250F
367 Hunter Sayles Merrill, WI KTM 250 SX-F
401 Samuel Redman Clarksville, TN Kawasaki KX 250
424 Tyler Custer Creston, CA Honda CRF 250
434 Parker Fleming Quinlan, TX Husqvarna FC250
511 Steven Clarke Stourbridge, United Kingdom Honda CRF 250
597 Mason Kerr Altoona, IA Kawasaki KX 250F
700 James Weeks Punta Gorda, FL Yamaha YZ250F
725 Richard Jackson Holdenville, OK Kawasaki KX 250
878 Eric McKay Hollywood, MD Husqvarna FC250
914 Brice Klippel Bradford, TN Yamaha YZ250F
921 Uli Stocker Altshausen, Germany Yamaha YZ250F
986 Lane Shaw Alvin, TX KTM 250 SX-F
996 Preston Taylor Hastings, NE Kawasaki KX 250

After racing the MXGP series for the last four and a half seasons, Alabama’s Thomas Covington recently moved back to America to ride for the Rockstar Husqvarna team. He will make his Supercross debut in Minneapolis. 

An injury forced both Chase Sexton and Christian Craig to race 250 East.

Zach Osborne will join the series this weekend in Minneapolis for his first race of 2019 and his American 450 Supercross debut. Click here to read more about his return.

After his first win of 2019 in San Diego, Eli Tomac grabbed the points lead and the red plate going into Minneapolis.


# Name Hometown Bike
2 Cooper Webb Newport, NC KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
3 Eli Tomac Cortez, CO Kawasaki KX 450
4 Blake Baggett Grand Terrace, CA KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
7 Aaron Plessinger Hamilton, OH Yamaha YZ450F
10 Justin Brayton Mint Hill, NC Honda CRF 450
11 Kyle Chisholm Valrico, FL Suzuki RM-Z450
14 Cole Seely Sherman Oaks, CA Honda CRF 450
16 Zach Osborne Abingdon, VA Husqvarna FC450
17 Joey Savatgy Tallahassee, FL Kawasaki KX 450
19 Justin Bogle Cushing, OK KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
22 Chad Reed Dade City, FL Suzuki RM-Z450
25 Marvin Musquin Corona, CA KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
41 Ben Lamay Anchorage, AK Honda CRF 450
42 Vince Friese Cape Girardeau, MO Honda CRF 450
43 Tyler Bowers Lake Elsinore, CA Kawasaki KX 450
46 Justin Hill Yoncalla, OR Suzuki RM-Z450
51 Justin Barcia Greenville, FL Yamaha YZ450F
62 Alex Ray Milan, TN Suzuki RM-Z450
87 Dakota Tedder Surfside, CA KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
94 Ken Roczen Clermont, FL Honda CRF 450
97 Adam Enticknap Lompoc, CA Suzuki RM-Z450
214 Vann Martin Cypress, TX Honda CRF 450
282 Theodore Pauli Edwardsville, IL Kawasaki KX 450
336 Chaz Braden Cedar Rapids, IA Honda CRF 250
348 Joan Cros Manlleu, Spain Kawasaki KX 250
393 Daniel Herrlein Bethesda, OH Kawasaki KX 450
501 Scotty Wennerstrom Jefferson, TX Kawasaki KX 450
509 Alexander Nagy Richmond, IL KTM 450 SX-F
708 Joe Perron Elko, MN Kawasaki KX 450
723 Tyler Enticknap Lompoc, CA Honda CRF 450
749 Gavin Kadlec Browerville, MN KTM 450 SX-F
805 Carlen Gardner Paso Robles, CA Honda CRF 450
918 Michael Akaydin Louisville, KY KTM 450 SX-F
976 Josh Greco Lucerne Valley, CA Husqvarna FC450

Ken Roczen and Marvin Musquin are tied for second in the 450 Championship point standings as the series heads East.


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