My name is Ronnie Stewart. I am a professional Motocross and Supercross racer from New Jersey who currently lives part time in Waterboro, Maine and part time in Groveland, Florida.
My journey first started on four wheels (ATV) at age five and my love for the sport quickly grew. After switching to two wheels (bikes) at age ten, and already having a burning passion for racing, I knew I wanted to pursue a professional motocross career. This vision came to life in May 2009, as I earned my professional competition license.
Today, my dedication has only strengthened by starting my own race team, allowing me to compete at the top level of the sport, while providing high quality brand representation. I also use my position to give back to the heart of the sport by putting on riding clinics throughout the United States at premier riding facilities.
In my spare time I enjoy educating myself on nutrition and working on my personal fitness goals.
My hopes are to positively affect the lives of my fans demonstrating you can accomplish anything you set your mind to. My intentions are to motivate others by leading a lifestyle that is balanced by fitness, healthy diet, stress management and positive reinforcement.
2017- Earned third national number (#78), for the 2018 Season.
2016- Largest fan section in MetLife Stadium history with 636 #rstewcrew fans.
2015 - Earned second national number (#88), for the 2016 season.
2014 - Earned first national number (#69), for 2015 season.
- Best Supercross finish was 14th place.
- 1 of 4 riders to participate in all Supercross and Motocross races.
2012 - Best Motocross finish was 11th place.
2009 - After years of making my way through the ranks of amateur motocross I earned my professional competition license to compete at the top level of the sport. Since then I’ve been gaining valuable experience competing in both Supercross and Motocross making my way to the top of the professional ranks.