Justin Barcia races for the newly formed Troy Lee Designs Red Bull team aboard a GASGAS factory bike. Justin will be competing in the 2021 Monster Energy AMA Supercross An FIM World Championship as well as the 2021 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship. As an amateur, Barcia claimed 25 major titles, including four at the prestigious AMA National Amateur Championship at Loretta Lynn’s ranch in Tennessee. Barcia is a two-time 250SX East champion, the 2012 Monster Energy Cup champion, and a frequent visitor to the podium in both supercross and motocross. Internationally, he has won the Genoa Supercross in Italy, three King of Bercy titles in Paris, France, and was on the overall podium with Team USA at the Motocross of Nations in 2012 and 2015.



        Barcia was victim to a cracked pelvis early during his inaugural Monster Energy AMA Supercross season with the Autotrader/Monster Energy/Yamaha Team. Due to the long recovery necessary he was able to race only eight of 17 events, during which he earned five top-10 and one top-five finish. In Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Barcia earned two wins, five podiums, two top-five, two top-10, and third overall in series points. The honor of being team captain and one of three riders selected to represent the United States in the 2015 Motocross of Nations was bestowed on Barcia, and he did not disappoint winning his division and helping Team USA earn second overall for the event.
        Barcia finished fifth in Monster Energy AMA Supercross series points despite missing two rounds. He landed on the podium four times. After four rounds of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series, he suffered an ankle injury that required surgery and forced him to retire from the series.
        Barcia won his first Monster Energy AMA Supercross race in the premier class at the Phoenix, Arizona round. He would win again at the Seattle, Washington event, earning fourth in overall series points. In Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross, Barcia finished third overall in just his first full season in the 450 Class. He was awarded the AMA 450 Class Rookie of the Year Honors. Barcia then traveled to Europe winning the Genoa Supercross in Italy, and then to Paris, France where he won the Bercy Supercross for the second time.
        Barcia repeated as the 250SX East Champion in Monster Energy AMA Supercross, winning six of nine races including the Dave Coombs Sr. East West Shootout in Las Vegas, Nevada. After consistently finishing in the top-five in the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series in the 250 Class, including five moto wins, Barcia earned second overall in the series. He then was awarded the honor of representing Team USA in the 23 rd annual Motocross of Nations helping the team to an overall third-place podium finish.
        Earned the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX East title with podium finishes at every round. When his teammate Trey Canard was injured during the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Series, Barcia was given the chance to ride the 450 in the premier class during the last four rounds. He earned five moto finishes and won the second moto at the Southwick, Massachusetts round.
        Barcia debuted in the Monster Energy AMA Supercross 250SX East Series with five podium finishes to earn second in series points. In 250 Class Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross, he was second overall at three rounds, and earned two moto wins taking fifth in series points. He was invited to compete in the internationally acclaimed Bercy Supercross in Paris, France, where he won the event in the premier class earning his first King of Bercy title.
        Debuted as a professional at the start of the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship in the 250 Class. He earned eight podium moto finishes, including a win at the Southwick, Massachusetts round to earn fifth in the series. He was named the MX Sports Pro Racing 250 Class Rookie of the Year.