This week “The 7deucedeuce” Adam Enticknap is the focus of Crazy4Dirt’s Rider Spotlight. Adam is a fellow 805’er, hailing from Lompoc, California. While The 7deucedeuce has been a privateer and riding a Honda since turning Pro in 2011 this year Enticknap has entered into the 2019 Supercross season on exciting and unfamiliar ground. The 28-year-old now finds himself on the H.E.P. Motorsports Suzuki team, riding a Suzuki RM-Z450, something that has been a life-long dream for Adam. While riding for the team, Enticknap is now sporting the number 97 alongside teammates Alex Ray (#62) and Kyle Chisholm (#11).
Adam’s enthusiasm for riding came at a young age, after going to a race with his dad and seeing Jeremy McGrath win at the Coliseum in LA. That passion has been with him ever since and now he and his brother Tyler both compete at the professional level.
While he was a privateer, Adam was restricted by a limited budget as most privateers are in this sport. Adam races both Supercross and Motocross but his races have been limited, like his funds. His first season in Supercross was in 2011, it wasn’t until the Houston round in 2013 that Adam finally made his first Main. He finished 18th overall at Houston and he made his second Main at Salt Lake City where he finished 19th. He had his best result in Supercross during the St. Louis round in 2015 when he finished 16th.
Over the years Enticknap raced in limited Lucas Oil Pro Motocross races due to his limited budget. His best finish to date in Motocross was a 25th at the Utah National in 2013.
Adam Enticknap is a multi-talented young man. While he loves to ride every day, he also loves to rap as well, and he is good. With hits like 7deucedeuce Krew, My Bikes Too Lit and his recently released single Blue Yellow (of which, all proceeds go to Weston Peick), he definitely has a future in music industry. His videos are worth checking out as well, it is easy to see why he is so popular among fans, he does not take himself too seriously.
This year the 7deucedeuce is off to a rough start, unable to make the Main Event yet this season. We are sure that those tides will soon change, and he will flip that switch and make a gate drop in a Main Event to the joy of his fans, because in the words of Adam himself “Ain’t nobody’s bike as tight as his”.
Crazy4Dirt is definitely looking forward to this new venture of the 7deucedeuce’s. We know he will make the most out of the opportunity with H.E.P Motorsports Suzuki. Here’s to you Adam, keep it LIT!!-Carol