Team Tedder is a family racing team that operates with family values and is dedicated to the joys of Supercross and Motocross racing. Patriarch Matt Tedder and his 5 sons – Matthew Jr., Chasen, Myles, Dakota, and Maxwell – have made up the Team Tedder roster from peewees through the Amateur National Circuit. Matthew Jr, Myles and Dakota continued on in the professional realm joining the Supercross and outdoor circuits. Today, we are a factory KTM racing team and sponsored by the likes of Monster Energy, Lucas Oil, Thor and more.
2022 Supercross Riders:
Benny Bloss #73
My name is Benny Bloss and I’m 24 years old. Born and raised in Missouri, I’ve been racing dirtbikes for 18 years and professionally for 6. I’ve been absolutely in love with the sport of motocross since the very first day I tried it. I married my high school girlfriend Hailey and we welcomed our first child Luca in March of 2021.
> Accomplishments and facts:
> * At 6’5” I am incredibly tall for a mx racer
> * 2015 AMA Athlete of the Year
> * 2015 Horizon Award winner
> * 2016 450 Mx Rookie of Year
> * 2018 450 SX Rookie of year
Follow Benny on Instagram at @bbloss73
Kaeden Amerine #123
My name is Kaeden Amerine, I am a nineteen year old dirtbike kid from the Wheat State. I grew up in Great Bend, KS where I attended a small private school until 5th grade. I then switched to homeschool to devote more of my time to racing, and I graduated a year early in 2019 with honors. I started riding motorcycles at the age of three. I was four years old when I raced for the first time and haven’t looked back since. I knew early on I wanted to peruse this career and do whatever it took to reach my goals. In 2011 I began spending a lot of my time in Oklahoma, training with Trampas Parker. In 2014 I started training with Robbie Reynard at RCT full time, and have continued working with him since. I had many successful years in the Amateur scene. I won a National Title at Loretta Lynn’s in 2017, multiple Major Events including Mini O’s, AmsOil Arenacross Finals, and 2 Ricky Carmichael Amateur Supercross at Daytona titles, numerous Featured Event titles, and two 2nd overalls in 2017 and 2018 at Monster Cup in the Supermini Class. I finished up my Amateur Career at Loretta Lynn’s in both the 250 Pro Sport and Open Pro Sport classes. I had great top 10 and 5 moto finishes, and landed on the Podium in the 2nd moto of 250 Pro Sport. I began my Pro journey just prior to Loretta’s at the Thunder Valley Outdoor National in Colorado. I continued to get my feet wet and raced three out of the last five Outdoors. I had my best Outdoor National finish at Budds Creek, finishing 17th overall. I’m stoked to begin my rookie season of Supercross, and work hard to build, learn, and finish each weekend solid.
Follow Kaeden on Instagram at @kaeden_32