Team Tedder 2022 Supercross Riders Announced!

KTM/Monster Energy motocross racing team, Team Tedder, is excited to announce their 2022 Supercross riders will be Benny Bloss and Kaeden Amerine. Retired Team Tedder rider, Dakota Tedder, will be managing the team.

Benny Bloss will be representing Team Tedder in the 450x class, riding with plate #73. Benny won the 450x Rookie of the Year in 2018 and earned the AMA Horizon Award in 2015 as the country’s most promising young rider entering the professional ranks. He has many top 10 and top 5 finishes throughout his riding career and finished 17th in the 2020 Supercross Championship.

Kaeden Amerine joins us for his rookie season in the 250x class and will be sporting the #123 plate. He finished up his Amateur career at Loretta Lynn’s in both the 250 Pro Sport and Open Pro Sport classes. During that time he placed in the top 10 and 5 moto finishes, and landed on the podium in the 2nd moto of 250 Pro Sport.

Keeping things in the family, retired Supercross racer Dakota Tedder will head up the team as team manager. Dakota has raced in both the 250x and 450x Supercross classes. He is looking forward to stepping into the manager role and supporting the new riders.

This year, Team Tedder will continue to be sponsored by KTM, Monster Energy, Lucas Oil, Hampton Tedder Electric, Ogio, Scott, Dunlop, Thor, Renthal, Acerbis, DecalWorks, SDG Components, TwinAir, Military and Athletes to Interns, and APDesigns.

Follow along on Instagram as Team Tedder competes through the 2022 Supercross season:

Benny Bloss: @bbloss73

Kaeden Amerine: @kaeden_32

Dakota Tedder: @Dakota

Team Tedder: @_teamtedder

Tedder 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 have made up the Team Tedder roster from peewees through the Amateur National Circuit and into the professional arena of Supercross. For more information on Team Tedder and to stay up to date on the latest Team Tedder Supercross news, visit