• Adam's 2018 racing season would only include the Monster Energy/AMA Supercross Championship Series. AC managed to score 7 podium finishes aboard his KX250F, one being a win at the final round of the series in Las Vegas during the 250SX East/West Showdown. On the podium, Adam announced he would not compete in the outdoor motocross series and opted to repair a torn ACL instead. A return to the motocross series would have to wait until 2019.
• Following seasons plagued with injury, Cianciarulo was able to have several breakout moments during the 2017 season. It started with his first win in over three years at the Daytona Supercross and then another win at the East/West Shootout in Las Vegas, propelling him to second in the championship. During the outdoor season, Cianciarulo showcased consistency week-in and week-out, finally earning his first career overall motocross victory at Budds Creek.
• After missing the 2016 Monster Energy Supercross Season due to an injury, Adam Cianciarulo entered the motocross season healthy and rested. Cianciarulo rode strong and consistent to capture six top-10s and finish eighth overall.
• Coming off of an injury sustained in Supercross, Cianciarulo came into the 2015 Pro Motocross Championship looking to claim the title. He came into the first round swinging and finished inside the top 10, then continued that momentum into the next five rounds with four top-10 finishes and one podium finish. Unfortunately, another injury would sideline Cianciarulo for the remainder of the 2015 Pro Motocross season.
• Making his Supercross debut, Cianciarulo wasted no time by winning in his first attempt at Round 1 of 250 East Supercross in Arlington. He collected another two wins in Indianapolis and Detroit before injuring his shoulder which forced him to relinquish his championship hopes. His injury sidelined him for the rest of the 2014 season. Cianciarulo will return to championship form in 2015.
• Ready to make his professional debut at Hangtown, Cianciarulo was forced to sit out the first four rounds of the Pro Motocross Championship due to illness. He returned to score five top-10 moto finishes including a podium in the first moto in Utah.
• Cianciarulo became the winningest mini-bike rider in the history of the AMA Amateur Motocross National Championships at Loretta Lynn's with 11 championships. After winning four titles at Loretta's in the last two years, Cianciarulo put his name in the record books.
• 6 250SX wins, 1 250MX win