Ken Roczen is a famous Supercross and Motocross Motorcycle Racer; he won the Motocross World Championship title in 2011. He also won first place in the 2012 Motocross des Nations, Mx2-class Motocross World champion, 450-class Monster Energy cup winner, two-time 450-class US Motocross champion, and 250-class west coast Supercross champion. Ken Roczen was born on 29 April 1994 in Mattstedt, Germany; he is one of the famous and trending riders for motorcycle racing. At the age of 24, Ken Roczen is a member of the famous Motorcycle Racer list.
TEAM NAME: Team Honda HRC
Team Manager: Erik Kehoe
Mechanic: – Jordan Troxell
Roczen was a member of the German team that won the Motocross des Nations in 2012, included Marcus Schiffer and Max Nagl. Their victory marked Germany's first victory in the history of the Motocross des Nations.
Become Pro: 2009 IN EUROPE / MADE U.S. DEBUT IN 2011
Best Result of the Race Season: CHAMPIONSHIP 450SX CLASS RUNNER-UP IN 2016
2020 SEASON RESULT: 3RD (450SX)
2-time 450 champion of Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships (2016, 2014)
2-time 450 Runner-Up in Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championships (2019, 2015)
Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX Runner-Up in 2016
250 Runner-Up in 2013 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
19 win in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX race
Won 20 Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross 450 professional championships
9 career Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 250 Podiums
2014 450SX Rookie of the Year
Ken Roczen performed well in 2021 and immediately established himself as a 450SX class champion contender. After numerous injuries and setbacks over the years, Rozen won his first game in three years in the second round of St. Louis. Since then, Roczen has won three more wins and ranked third in the standings at the end of the season. He has high hopes for the arrival of the 2022 season.
Ken Roczen and the Honda HRC team will enter 2022, hoping to bring home a long-awaited title. After finally spending a season healthy and efficient, Rozen regained his confidence as he watched Eli Tomac and the 2022 450SX Supercross crown.
|2013||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||14||30|
|2012||SUPERCROSS SX LITES E||143||3|
|2011||SUPERCROSS SX LITES W||130||6|