This week’s guest in the Vital MX Forum QNA is Adam Cianciarulo. Whether it was a stardom as an amateur, or an injury-plagued pro career, Adam has seen the highs and lows. He was leading the 250 East title chase in ’14, before a shoulder injury took him out of contention. He finished eighth in 250 points during last summer’s Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship, and he’s waiting for the 250 East season to get started a few weeks from now.
Bring your best questions, and he’ll be peeking in here this week to answer them. As always, keep it respectful, and ask questions that you would like in a face-to-face meeting.
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What’s it like riding with Kenny compared to RV?
Are you and Anderson still homies?
What has changed at “The Farm” now that it’s “The Nest”?
What song will you be listening to before your first gate drop of 2017?
Which riders, past or present, do you try to emulate either on or off the track?
Thanks for doing this. I’ve always enjoyed reading the past QnA’s.
How are you approaching this season and what are your expectations?
In reguards to training, what are you doing different now, than when you were with Aldon?
Would you recommend riders of a “smaller stature” hold off on turning pro until they are closer to 18 to give their bodies a chance to grow or do you think if the speed is there jump at the chance?
Thank you for taking the time to do this Adam. I have to admit I never really gave you much thought coming up as a amateur racer. But the last 2 years I have become a fan because of the desire and determination you have shown as a pro. My question for you is as follows. You seem to really hit such a growth spurt in such a short time. I’m sure it was difficult for your conditioning to keep up. Looking back on it now was there anything different you could have done as far as conditioning ? Good luck this coming year and hope that all the hard work pays off for you going forward.