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Meet Annabella Hammonds
Annabella Hammonds is from Southern California and her home track is Apply Valley BMX Moto Park. Bella started racing at the age of 7 after her Dad found her bike off of Craigslist. Through a strong work ethic and consistent training, Annabella now competes with the top amateur ladies in the Nation.  
Like many other riders on the Factory Supercross team, Annabella has had her fair share of success. She won the 2019 Grands in the 14 expert girls class, received a world #3 plate in 2017, and has won a great deal of national main events.
Annabella was added to the Supercross Factory roster back in 2014 at the age of 9. Since then, she has continued to improve exponentially as a racer and ambassador of the brand. Annabella loves the colorways and designs of her Supercross, but her favorite aspect is being a part of a brand that people look up to.
“I think my favorite thing is the little kids that are fans. Hearing that there are little girls (and boys) that look up to me sometimes blows my mind. I remember being star-struck when my favorite riders knew my name. Being that person that inspires someone on any level is pretty cool.” -Annabella Hammonds

Looking into the future, Annabella’s goals are to win Grands again, take home a N.A.G 1 plate, and move up to Junior Women with the intention of turning pro. Annabella is one of the most technically skilled riders within her current age group. So we here at Supercross can see her excelling on the big hill!
Outside of BMX some of Annabella’s hobbies include going to the river, hanging out with friends, and cheerleading for her high school. Annabella hopes to become a Pediatrician or Pediatric Nurse as she loves working with kids.


Frame: Pro XL Envy BLK2 in Sparkly Gray & Pink
Fork: Supercross Elite Pro BLK BMX Race Forks, Black
Stem: Speedline Elite BMX Race Stem, Jet Fuel
Bars: Supercross Pro Carbon BARS
Brakes: Speedline Ultralight Alloy V-Brakes, Jet Fuel
Seat: Supercross felicia saddle, Black
Seat Clamp: Speedline, Black
Cranks: Speedline Carbon Black
Rims: Speedline Race Carbon Rims in Black
Hubs: Onyx, in Black
Tires: Tioga FastR
Pedals: Ti HT Pedals
Grips: Vans grips in black
Chainring: CXP Racing
Chain: KMC for Speedline Parts


Tell me about yourself. Who are you? How old are you? What class do you currently race? When did you start racing? How did you start racing? Etc.
I am Annabella Hammonds, I’m 15 and I race 15-16 expert girls. I was 7 when I first started racing. The first time I ever went to the track it was so my little brother could ride his strider. There was a boy there that I went to school with and he was practicing and riding. My dad asked me if I would want to try to ride on the track, I said yes, and they (my dad and his dad) asked the kid if I could try his bike. He wouldn’t let me. We came back about a month later on Olympic Day, and I rode the track for the first time on a bike my dad got me on Craigslist.

What are some of your biggest achievements within the sport?
Results wise, in 2019 I won Grands in 14 Expert Girls. I came to Grands just ready and in the right headspace. I knew I could win.In 2017 I finished World 3 in 12 girls, there were 12 countries and 75 girls in my group. It was a great experience. I am so sad that worlds didn’t happen this year.
Also, I think one of my biggest achievements is being “picked up” by Supercross and getting to be apart of the team. I am extremely proud of that accomplishment.

How long have you been on factory Supercross? What year did you get picked up? (rough estimate)
This is my 6th season with Factory Supercross. At my first Grands in 2014 (I was 9) I was asked if I wanted to join the team by Bill Ryan and Kim Hayashi (who was the TM at the time). I had been on Jeremy Rommel’s JSR team and that’s how they noticed me. I had a great year leading up to Grands. It was my first full year as an expert and I made lots of mains, but really didn’t win a ton. I think they really liked me because I was a little girl who liked to try jumping stuff and to manual. I didn’t actually even finish with a NAG # that year, but I'm grateful they saw my potential.

What’s your favorite thing about being a Factory Supercross ride?
I get to ride amazing bikes, and that is awesome. But I honestly think my favorite thing is the little kids that are fans. Hearing that there are little girls (and boys) that look up to me sometimes blows my mind. I remember being star struck by Leyna Jones and for her to know my name and say hi to me in staging was the coolest. Same with Caroline and Dani George. I think that being that person that inspires someone on any level is pretty cool.

What’s your current local track?
Apple Valley BMX Moto Park in Apple Valley, California

What’s your favorite thing about BMX Racing and Why? 
A full lap that I can hit smoothly, jumping and manualing everything I want to, the way I think I can and the way I practice it. Putting it all together. That is the best feeling. If I can get that lap in a race it’s even better.

What are your hobbies outside of racing?
I am a cheerleader for my high school, I love going to the river, and hanging out with my friends.

What are some of your goals for your racing career?
I’d like win grands a few more times, and I do have goals of earning NAG #1. Last year I went into grands in 11th, and the win got me NAG #3. Most years it’s been hard for me to earn all my wins.. I age up early in the year and use to be the little one. I want to move up to Junior Women when I am 17 (2022), and get on the big hill. I plan to turn pro one day, and I definitely have Olympic dreams.

What are some of your goals outside of BMX Racing?
What’s outside of BMX racing? Haha! In the future I’d like to be a pediatrician or pediatric nurse. Something with kids.


2019 Grands Champion
NAG 3, National 21
State 1, GC 1, World 3 IN 2017