2020 AMA Pro Motocross Numbers

Kit Palmer | September 26, 2019

The AMA recently announced the national motocross and supercross numbers for 2020. As far as the star riders are concerned, most retain their traditional numbers, but there are a few notables that will require some getting used to. For one, Adam Cianciarulo, who has worn the number-92 for most of his career, has been assigned a new career number, #9. Austin Politelli now has the number-92 plate.

2020 Pro Motocross Supercross National Numbers

2020 AMA Pro Motocross Numbers
Adam Cianciarulo is now the owner of the number-9 plate.

Dylan Ferrandis, formerly number 34, will now carry the number 14, which was Cole Seely’s (and Kevin Windham’s before him) old number.

And, RJ Hampshire, formerly number 31, gets career-number 24.

Justin Cooper has been assigned career-number 32, the same as before.

Current AMA Champions will run the number-1 plates.

Each rider uses the assigned professional number for competition. In addition, the current champion runs the number-1 plate, instead of an assigned professional number when competing in the class or region in which the number-1 plate was earned. When competing in a class other than the class in which the championship was earned, the rider must use the professional number assigned.

2020 Top 100 and Career Pro Numbers for AMA Supercross and Motocross

* Career Numbers

** New Career Number for 2020

1 – 450SX Cooper Webb

1 – 450MX Eli Tomac

1 – 250MX – Adam Cianciarulo

1W Dylan Ferrandis

1E Chase Sexton

2* Cooper Webb

3* Eli Tomac

4* Blake Baggett

6* Jeremy Martin

7* Aaron Plessinger

9**Adam Cianciarulo

10* Justin Brayton

11* Kyle Chisholm

12* Shane McElrath

13 Colt Nichols

14** Dylan Ferrandis

15* Dean Wilson

16* Zach Osborne

17* Joey Savatgy

18* Weston Peick

19* Justin Bogle

20* Broc Tickle

21* Jason Anderson

22* Chad Reed

23* Chase Sexton

24** R.J. Hampshire

25* Marvin Musquin

26* Alex Martin

27* Malcolm Stewart

28 Michael Mosiman

29 Cameron Mcadoo

30 Brandon Hartranft

31 Ty Masterpool

32** Justin Cooper

33* Joshua Grant

34 Fredrik Noren

35 Tyler Bowers

36 Hunter Lawrence

37 Garrett Marchbanks

38 Martin Davalos

39 Kyle Peters

40 Jordan Bailey

41 Mitchell Oldenburg

42 Ben Lamay

43 John Short

44 Kyle Cunningham

45 Jacob Hayes

46* Justin Hill

47 Lorenzo Locurcio

48 Henry Miller

49 Chris Blose

50 Benny Bloss

51* Justin Barcia

52 Austin Forkner

53 James Decotis

54 Jordon Smith

55 Chase Marquier

56 Martin Castelo

57 Justin Starling

58 Derek Drake

59 Sean Cantrell

60 Joshua Osby

61 Mitchell Falk

62 Alex Ray

63 Christian Craig

64 Jess Pettis

65 Vince Friese

66 James Weeks

67 Enzo Lopes

68 Jerry Robin

69 Nick Gaines

70 Carlen Gardner

71 Dylan Merriam

72 Ryan Breece

73 Robbie Wageman

74 Mitchell Harrison

75 Coty Schock

76 Mike Alessi

77 Kevin Moranz

78 Jake Masterpool

79 Isaac Teasdale

80 Thomas Covington

81 Anthony Rodriguez

82 Cade Autenrieth

83 Jett Lawrence

84 Jo Shimoda

85 Cole Martinez

86 Joshua Cartwright

87 Ramyller Alves

88 Logan Karnow

89 Marshal Weltin

90 Killian Auberson

91 Ryan Sipes

92 Austin Politelli

93 Blake Wharton

94* Ken Roczen

95 Carson Brown

96 Justin Thompson

97 Chris Howell

98 Bradley Lionnet

99 Brandon Leith

 

Kit Palmer | Editor Kit Palmer started his career at Cycle News in 1984 and he’s been testing dirt and streetbikes ever since – plus covering any event that uses some form of a knobby tire. He’s also our resident motorcycle mileage man with a commute of 120 miles a day.

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