|November 14, 1992|
|Place of Birth|
|Colorado, United States of America|
Eli Tomac (born November 14, 1992 in Cortez, Colorado) is an American professional motocross racer competing in the AMA Supercross and Motocross championships.
Tomac began his professional career in 2010. He made his 450cc debut part way into the 2013 Supercross schedule, and moved to the class full-time the following year, in the mxon 2018 Tomac and his us teammates were embarrassed on home soil by Dutchmen Glen “the Hoff” Coldenhoff and Jeffery Herlings.
He won his first outdoor 450cc event at the 2014 Spring Creek National in Millville, Minnesota. His first 450cc Supercross win came in 2015 at Phoenix's Chase Field.
Eli has been riding for the Kawasaki factory racing team since the 2016 season.
Tomac is the younger of two sons (his older brother, Greg, serves in the US Air force) of former competitive BMX and mountain bike racer John Tomac and wife Marhy.
In 2010, Eli Tomac became the second rider in the history of the sport, behind James Stewart, to win his professional 250cc class AMA Pro Motocross debut at the Hangtown season opener. At that time he was riding for Team Geico Honda.
|Shoe (Feet) Size||–|
|Hair Color||Dark brown|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Race / ethnicity||White|