Get to know Eli Tomac: he’s coming for you. The young speed demon from Cortez, Colorado began riding dirt bikes at the ripe young age of four years old and was pulling on a race jersey by the time he was five. With eight amateur titles under his belt, Tomac made his professional debut at the 2010 Pro Motocross season opener at Hangtown where he quickly made his presence known becoming the first racer to have won the first race he entered.
Finishing runner-up in the AMA Supercross Lites West series his rookie season, the mellow racer stormed back to claim the title in 2012. In 2013 he solidified his reputation as one of the fastest motocross riders in the world. Ending runner up in the 250cc Lites SX points standings, along with claiming the 2013 250cc Pro Motocross Title, you can bet he’ll be coming out hot in 2014 as he makes his move up to the big bikes.
- 2013: Runner-Up 250SX West Region: Six Podium Finishes
- 2012: 250 Class Supercross Champion (250SX West Region)
- 2011: Rookie Season: Six Podium Finishes
- 2010: First Rider in History to Win Professional Debut – AMA Motocross Hangtown (250)
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