Eli Tomac is a professional motocross racer who rose to prominence by riding in AMA Supercross and Motocross competitions. He won the outdoor Motocross title in 2017, finishing 470 points ahead of Marvin Musquin.
Eli was born on November 14, 1992, in Cortez, Colorado, United States. His nationality is American, and his zodiac sign is Scorpio. Eli’s father, John Tomac, is a former BMX mountain bike racer, and his mother, Marthy Tomac, is a former BMX mountain bike racer. He grew up with his brother, Greg Tomac, who is currently serving in the United States Air Force.
Profession and Early Career
Eli began his professional racing career at the age of 15 when he competed for the first race. Later that year, Eli, then 26 years old, competed in AMA Pro Motocross and became only the second rider in history to win the AMA Pro Motocross championship in his first season.
Eli was awarded a trophy in 2013 after winning the 250MX championship. Eli won his first 450MX event in 2014. In 2015, he was signed by Monster Energy Kawasaki as a result of his outstanding achievements. Eli, on the other hand, had to take a vacation in 2016 after suffering a shoulder injury after losing control of his Honda CRF450R at Thunder Valley in 2015.
In 2017, Eli made a huge comeback and won the AMA Motocross Championship. He won the Monster Energy Cup in 2018 and collected a $1 million prize. Eli is a dashing young hottie who adores Jessica Steiner, his longtime girlfriend. The pair frequently expresses their joy on social media. Eli had a vacation to New York City with his girlfriend Jessica on May 2, 2016.
Jessica, his girlfriend, wished him a happy birthday on November 14th and congratulated him for being an amazing father to their two children. Jessica, Eli’s girlfriend, has yet to tie the knot.
Eli Tomac, 27, has been dating Jessica Steiner for a long time. The adorable pair routinely posts about their joy on social media. On May 2, 2016, Tomac and his longtime girlfriend, Steiner took a vacation in New York City.
Unfortunately, Tomac suffered a significant shoulder injury in 2015 after he wrecked his Honda CRF450R in Thunder Valley. As a result, he took a two-year break from riding.
Tomac’s Remarkable Resurrection
Eli made a great return in 2017, winning the AMA Motocross Championship. He won the Spring Creek and Washougal Nationals in the same year. Apart from that, the father of two won the 2017 outdoor Motocross championship with 470 points, ahead of Marvin Musquin, who finished second, and Blake Baggett, who finished third with 451 points.