James Stewart Jr. Net Worth: A Motocross Legend’s Fortune

James Bubba Stewart Jr. is an American professional motocross racer. Being one of the most extraordinary motocross carers ever, he has also amassed an estimated net worth of $18 million.

This article will dive deeper into his career and explore how he gathered so much wealth for himself.

Profile Summary

Full NameJames Maitland Stewart Jr.
NicknameBubba Stewart
Date of Birth December 12, 1985
Age38 years old
Place of BirthOrlando, Florida, U.S.
Height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
Weight170 lb (77 kg)
ProfessionProfessional motocross racer, entrepreneur
Net Worth $18 Million
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Net Worth

James Stewart Jr., a professional motocross rider, has amassed an estimated $18 million.

He earned most of his wealth from his successful career as a motocross, supercross racer, and endorsement deals with major brands. He brought in endorsement deals, paying him over $10M a year throughout his career.

He was also one of the highest-paid athletes in his sport. Also known as Tiger Woods of Supercross, he had his television show, Bubba’s World, which documented his life on and off the track.


James Stewart next to his bike
James Stewart next to his bike

Stewart’s journey into motocross began at the tender age of three under the guidance of his motocross enthusiast father, James Sr.

He burst onto the professional motocross scene in 2002 and quickly made a name for himself as a 16-year-old prodigy. He broke several records, winning 28 out of 31 races in 2004 and becoming the youngest AMA champion.

Despite early setbacks, Stewart dominated in the 125 Motocross Championship and was named the 2002 AMA Rookie of the Year.

He pioneered the “Bubba Scrub,” which became a fundamental skill in motocross.

Known for his daring riding style and magnetic personality, he earned the moniker “The Fastest Man on the Planet.”

As he moved up to tougher competition, Stewart faced injuries and criticism. Still, he persevered and won his first 250-cc title in 2007.

He also pioneered advanced cornering techniques, introducing the “Bubba Scrub.” With a perfect 450-cc season in 2008, he solidified his place among the sport’s all-time greats.

He secured an impressive 50 wins in the 450 Supercross category, placing him third in all-time victories. Additionally, his 48 wins in AMA outdoor nationals earned him second in the record books. During his illustrious career, Stewart clinched four AMA Supercross Champion titles and three AMA Motocross Champion titles.

He became a two-time Motocross of Nations winner and a three-time World Supercross champion. Stewart’s dominance extended to the Red Bull Straight Rhythm, where he triumphed consecutively in 2014 and 2015,

Although injuries and mechanical issues caused some inconsistency in his later years, Stewart continued to excel. He won two World Supercross Championships before retiring in 2016, with an impressive record of 50 Supercross and 48 Motocross victories.

Stewart’s influence extended beyond the track; he starred in the hit reality show “Bubba’s World” and launched clothing lines and restaurants. He also championed diversity in the sport and made it more accessible and famous.

James “Bubba” Stewart Jr. revolutionized motocross with his innovative athleticism, leaving an indelible mark on the sport and inspiring young riders. His remarkable career cemented his status as a legend.

Career Highlights:

AMA Motocross Championships2002, 2004, 2008
AMA Supercross Championships2003, 2004, 2007, 2009
FIM World Supercross Championships2006, 2007,2009
Motocross of Nations2006, 2008

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