PICKERINGTON, Ohio — The American Motorcyclist Association is pleased to announce professional numbers for pro-licensed riders competing in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, an FIM World Championship, and the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship for the 2013 season.

All riders must use the assigned professional number for competition as listed. In addition, the current champion must run the No. 1 plate when competing in the class or region in which the No. 1 plate was earned. When competing in a class outside of the class where the championship was earned, a rider who holds a No. 1 plate in another class must use the assigned professional number.

2013 Top 100 and Career Pro Numbers for Supercross and Motocross

*Career Numbers
**New Career Numbers for 2013

1 – 450SX: Ryan Villopoto

1 – 450MX: Ryan Dungey

1 – 250MX: Blake Baggett

1 – 250SX West: Eli Tomac

1 – 250SX East: Justin Barcia

2*: Ryan Villopoto

3*: Mike Brown

4**: Blake Baggett

5*: Ryan Dungey

7*: James Stewart

9*: Ivan Tedesco

10*: Justin Brayton

11*: Kyle Chisholm

12**: Jake Weimer

13: Blake Wharton

14*: Kevin Windham

15*: Dean Wilson

16*: John Dowd

17**: Eli Tomac

18*: David Millsaps

19: Wil Hahn

20**: Broc Tickle

21: Jason Anderson

22*: Chad Reed

23: Jake Canada

24*: Brett Metcalfe

25**: Marvin Musquin

26*: Michael Byrne

27*: Nicholas Wey

28*: Tyla Rattray

29*: Andrew Short

30: Nico Izzi

31: Travis Baker

32: Malcolm Stewart

33*: Joshua Grant

34: Justin Bogle

35: Ryan Sipes

36: Jessy Nelson

37: Alex Martin

38: Kyle Cunningham

39: Robert Kiniry

40: Martin Davalos

41*: Trey Canard (Inj)

42: Vince Friese

43: Cole Seely

44: Darryn Durham

45: Gareth Swanepoel

46: Weston Peick

47: Matthew Lemoine

48: Cole Thompson

49: Phillip Nicoletti

50: Kyle Peters

51**: Justin Barcia

52: Billy Laninovich

53: Matt Moss

54: Les Smith

55: Jimmy Albertson

56: Kyle Regal

57: Ben LaMay

58: Thomas Hahn

59: Christian Craig

60: Joshua Hansen

61: Hunter Hewitt

62: Matthew Goerke

63: Derek Anderson

64: Justin Sipes

65: Shane Sewell

66: Killy Rusk

67: Gavin Faith

68: Tyler Bowers

69: PJ Larsen

70: Tommy Weeck

71: Zackery Freeberg

72: Dakota Tedder

73: AJ Catanzaro

74: Max Anstie

75*: Josh Hill (Inj)

76: Austin Politelli

77: Jeremy Martin

78: Scott Champion

79: Kevin Rookstool

80: Michael Leib

81: Shawn Rife

82: Robert Marshall

83: Austin Howell

84: Chris Blose

85: Kyle Partridge

86: Jason Thomas

87: Lance Vincent

88: Bruce Rutherford

89: Jeff Alessi

90: Jacob Hayes

91: Topher Ingalls

92: Teddy Maier

93: Landen Powell

94**: Ken Roczen

95: Tevin Tapia

96: Jeff Gibson

97: Kyle Beaton

98: Chris Plouffe

99: Preston Mull

800*: Mike Alessi

About the American Motorcyclist Association
Since 1924, the AMA has protected the future of motorcycling and promoted the motorcycle lifestyle. AMA members come from all walks of life, and they navigate many different routes on their journey to the same destination: freedom on two wheels. As the world’s largest motorcycling rights organization, the AMA advocates for motorcyclists’ interests in the halls of local, state and federal government, the committees of international governing organizations, and the court of public opinion. Through member clubs, promoters and partners, the AMA sanctions more motorsports competition and motorcycle recreational events than any other organization in the world. AMA members receive money-saving discounts from dozens of well-known suppliers of motorcycle services, gear and apparel, bike rental, transport, hotel stays and more. Through the AMA Motorcycle Hall of Fame, the AMA honors the heroes and the heritage of motorcycling for future generations. For more information, please visit AmericanMotorcyclist.com.

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