Chad Mark Reed is an Australian supercross and motocross champion with 20 years in the sport. He has been sponsored by companies like Red Bull, Yamaha Motor Company, Boost Mobile, and Penrite Oil Company. 2020 was his last season on a KTM bike. Named Australia's most successful motocross racer, Reed was honoured as a Member of the Order of Australia On 13 June 2011
10. Chad Reed
Antonio Cairoli, an Italian professional motocross racer, entered the racing scene in 2002 and won his first FIM Motocross World Championship in 2005, in the MX2-GP class. He has won nine FIM Championships and 178 Grand Prix Championships, making him one of the most successful bikers worldwide.
9. Tony Cairoli
This 33-year-old American racer is a four-time supercross and motocross national champion, with ninety wins in other competitions. He was active between 2006 and 2017 when he retired until April 2022, when he made a comeback to race in part of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. Apart from his impressive career, Dungey is also a staunch Christian and supporter of cancer charities.
8. Ryan Dungey
Active in the seventies, the Belgian racer won five 500cc Motocross World Championships and 36 500cc Grand Prix races. He received the Belgian National Sports Merit Award in 1973 and was inducted into the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 1999. For his biking achievements, he received FIM legendary status in 2010. The 78-year-old icon is currently the Motorsport Director of KTM and writes a monthly column for Dirt Bike magazine.
7. Roger DeCoster
Nicknamed the fastest man on the planet or Bubba, Stewart has over 200 wins in AMA motocross and supercross championships. Introduced to racing by his enthusiastic father, Bubba's first race was in 1989 when he was four, and he had a very impressive career till retiring in 2019 at 34. He also had a TV show, Bubba's World, that ran from March 2010 to February 2011
6. James Stewart Jr.
Richard Bernard Johnson Jr. is a 58-year-old American former professional racer. He was active in the 1980s in AMA motocross and Supercross competitions and won seven AMA national championships. Johnson is one of the best racers because he had considerable success as an off-road truck and stock car racer. Motorsports Hall of Fame of America accepted him in 2012.
5. Ricky Johnson
Robert William Hannah, also known as Hurricane, was one of the most successful motocross racers in American history, with 70 AMA National triumphs and seven motocross National Championships. He stepped into this arena when he was just 19 years old in 1976 till he retired in 1989, competing under Yamaha, Honda, and Suzuki racing teams. Bob joined the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame in 1999 and the Motorsports Hall of Fame of America in 2000.
4. Bob Hannah
This American former racer competed in the AMA Motocross Championships from 2005 to 2014 for the Kawasaki factory racing team. Villopoto is a 4X supercross and 3X motocross champion who was trained by veteran racer Aldon Baker. He retired in 2015 after injuries he suffered in the Trentino GP crash barred him from participating in the FIM Motocross World Championship.
3. Ryan Villopoto
McGrath was named the King of Supercross in the 90s for his epic BMX jumps during races. With 89 wins to his name, the American racer was active from 1989 to 2006 with Yamaha, Suzuki, Honda, and Kawasaki teams. The popular champion has also ventured into off-road trucks and stock car racing.
2. Jeremy McGrath
Known for his commitment to fitness and preparation, Ricky Carmichael is regarded as the greatest motocrosser in the world. Like some of his counterparts, he ventured into stock car racing after retiring from dirt bike racing in 2007. Carmichael is a 7X AMA 450cc motocross national championship winner and a 5X Supercross Championship 450cc class champ.
1. Ricky Carmichael