Aaron Plessinger is an American professional off-road motorcycle racer who has won many famous titles, including the 2018 Supercross 250 West and AMA 250MX.
Aaron was born on 25 January 1996 in Hamilton, Ohio. His father Scott Pressinger is a motocross rider, and his mother is Angie Pressinger.
Aaron was inspired to pursue a racing career by his father, who is also a racing champion. He has competed in many championships and racing events around the world.
He won the title of Monster Energy Supercross Rookie of the Year in 2015. In addition, he also won off-road competitions, which made him a versatile player. In 2018, he won the Supercross Championship 250 West. He won the AMA 250 MX Championship and the Monster Energy Cup Amateur All-Star Championship in 2014.
TEAM NAME: Troy Lee Designs/Red Bull/GasGas Factory Racing team
Manufacturer: Monster Energy/Yamaha Factory Racing
Team Manager: Jeremy Coker
Mechanic: Keith Clickstein
Become PRO: 2015
Best Result of the Race Season: 1ST PLACE IN 2018 (WESTERN REGIONAL 250SX)
2020 SEASON RESULT: 11TH (450SX)
• 11th place Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX in 2020
• 16th place Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX in 2019
• 21st place Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 450 in 2019
• Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 250 winner in 2018
• Eight careers 250 Wins Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
• Five career 250SX West Wins Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship
• Pro Motocross 250 Class Rookie of the Year in 2015
• 250SX Rookie of the Year in 2015
After a disappointing injury shortened his rookie season in 2019, Aaron Plessinger will be able to complete his first complete 450SX season in 2020. Plessinger won seven notable places in the top 10 places in his second-year 450SX season, which placed him 11th in the standings at the end of the season. After a 250SX dominance career, the Star Racing Yamaha team has high hopes for Supercross's premier 450SX Plessinger.
In July, while preparing for the 2020 outdoor motocross season, Plessinger suffered a wrist dislocation; unfortunately, he did not ride a bicycle all summer. After a successful operation immediately after the injury, Pressinger was played in the third season of the 450SX competition and won 2nd place in 2021Supercross 450SX.
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