Zach Osborne is a professional supercross, motocross, and enduro rider in the USA; he was born on 25th September 1989. From 2006-2007, he participated in the AMA Motocross Championship and from 2008-2012 in the Motocross World Championship and then returned to the AMA Motocross Championship from 2013 to the present. Osborne is known for two AMA National Motocross Championships winning and has represented the United States as a member of American teams in the Motocross des Nations and the International Six Days Enduro.
TEAM NAME: Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing
Team Manager: Steve Westfall
Mechanic: Dave Feeney
He participated in all major international championships and the most prestigious enduro races in the world. He was British MX2 motocross champion in 2010 and a member of the USA Trophy team in 2013 at the International Six Days Enduro.
In 2017, Osborne won the250SX Eastern Supercross Championship. He successfully defended his 250SX Eastern Regional title the next season. He was the AMA 250MX champion and the 2020 AMA 450MX champion in 2017.
In 2019 Motocross des Nations, he led the USA team.
Under the guidance of professional motocross coach Aldon Baker, he trained with famous riders such as Cooper Webb and Jason Anderson.
Become PRO: 2006
Best Result of the Race Season: 1ST PLACE IN 2017 AND 2018 (250SX EAST)
2020 SEASON RESULT: 6TH (450SX)
• Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 450 winner in 2020
• 6th place in 2020 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX
• 14th place in 2019 Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship 450SX
• Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship 250 Champion in 2017
• 4 careers 450 Wins Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
• 1 career 450SX Win Monster Energy AMA Supercross Championship
• 7 careers 250 Wins Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship
Zach Osborne has been consistent throughout the season, which put him in sixth place at the end of the Supercross season, and won four podiums in the process. Osborne's end-of-season results were even more impressive, as he missed the 9th and 10th rounds in Atlanta with a rib laceration. When Supercross participated in the seven-round series in Salt Lake City, Osborne adapted well and recorded some of his best performances of the season, including winning in round 17.
Osborne is on a winning streak and shows no signs of slowing down. After achieving impressive performance in Salt Lake City, Osborne brought this momentum into the outdoor season and clinched his first outdoor Motocross 450 title, meanwhile defeating Supercross champion Eli Tomac. It will be interesting for Osborn to enter 2022, and the racing community is happy to see what he will do next.
|2018||SUPERCROSS 250SX East||196||1|
|2017||SUPERCROSS 250SX East||173||1|
|2016||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||154||4|
|2015||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||117||3|
|2014||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||114||8|
|2013||SUPERCROSS 250SX West||112||7|
|2012||SUPERCROSS SX LITES W||67||13|
|2008||SUPERCROSS SX LITES W||14||25|
|2007||MOTOCROSS MX LITES||29||32|
|2007||SUPERCROSS SX LITES E||45||17|
|2006||MOTOCROSS MX LITES||20||33|
|2006||SUPERCROSS SX LITES E||7||29|