Justin Bogle

Motorcycle #19 Suzuki RM-Z450.
Classes 450 Supercross and 450 Pro Motocross Championship.
Birth Date March 23, 1993.
Birthplace Cushing, Oklahoma.
Residence Tallahassee, Fl.
Height 5' 11"
Weight 165 lbs.
Turned Pro 2009.
Marital Status Single.

Race History

After an impressive 2017 AMA National season, with two moto wins and his first 450 overall victory, Justin Bogle joins the Autotrader/ Yoshimura/ Suzuki Factory Racing Team for 2018. A former AMA 250 Eastern Regional Supercross Champion, Bogle is a significant asset to the race program. Currently training at Ricky Carmichael’s GOAT Farm on his RM-Z450, the Oklahoma native has the key tools to be a top contender for 2018.
2017: Aboard a RCH Racing Suzuki RM-Z450, Bogle fought through minor injuries to gain more experience in the 450 Supercross series. He made huge gains when the action headed outdoors, as he won two motos, one overall (Budds Creek) and placed sixth overall in the final standings. 2016: After getting a taste of 450 racing, Bogle moved up to the 450 class full time, earning six top-10 finishes in Supercross. He placed 16th overall in the 450 Nationals, with highlights coming at High Point (seventh place) and RedBud (ninth place). 2015: Justin lined-up ready to defend his 2014 Supercross Championship. Finishing just short in second place after a hard-fought battle in the 250 East Supercross series, he was able to close-out the 2015 Supercross season with one win and seven podiums. He competed in the final three 450 Nationals and showed promise on the bigger bike.
2014. While preparing for the 2014 Supercross season, Justin unfortunately suffered a broken back, but was able to line up for the first round of the 250 East Coast swing in Arlington. Miraculously, he secured two wins and finish on the podium seven times to clinch the 2014 Supercross Championship. Justin carried his championship momentum into the 250 Pro Motocross series, where he finished the season with two podiums, six top-five finishes, and 10 top-10s for fifth overall. 2013. Bogle missed 250 Supercross action due to shoulder and wrist injuries. Upon his return, he posted eight top-10 finishes in the 250 Nationals for seventh overall.
2012. Contesting the 250 East Supercross series, Justin immediately made a statement on the rest of the field by landing on the podium in Atlanta in only his second Supercross race ever. In the eight-round series, he posted two podium finishes along with six top-10 finishes for seventh overall in points in his rookie season. He would go on to place 14th overall in the 250 Nationals.
2011. Justin Bogle burst onto the professional scene at the end of the 2011 season following a brilliant amateur career, which was notably highlighted by being the recipient of the Horizon Award for outstanding performance in the amateur rankings. He wasted no time in asserting himself as frontrunner in the pro ranks of the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship series by collecting two top-5 and two top-10 finishes in his limited four race debut.
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