Riders Profile of Glenn Aguilar Anthony Glenn Aguilar
June 12, 1974
57 Mercury Road, Pilar Village
Las Piñas City

His love of the sport started with BMX when he was in the elementary. Eventually, when he was 17 years old, motocross became his interest. In 1992, he competed in the Novice Category instead of the usual Beginner’s Category and became the Champion of that season. Following that year, he advanced to the Intermediate Category which he also became the Champion. After one season in the Intermediate Category, he joined the big league, the Expert Category. Surprisingly, as a neophyte on that Category, he won the 125cc Championship. As a serious professional rider, he enrolled in Jim Holley Motocross School in December 1995 for two months to train with the U.S. veteran rider. Glenn is known as the 1st Filipino and 1st Asian Motocross Champion (2004), 1st Filipino Motocross Racer to become an Asian Supercross Champion (2003) and the only Filipino to have won an FIM Asia-Pacific Championship. Also, he is the most popular rider when it comes to daring aerial stunts. He is 7 times Philippine Sportswriter Association (PSA) Awardee and 2 times Golden Wheel Awardee for Motor Sports. At present, he holds 11 times 125cc National Championships and 11 times 250cc National Championships.

CAREER HIGHLIGHTS
Abroad
2005 FIM Pro 125 Asian Motocross Series Championship - 2nd Place
2004 FIM Pro 125 Asian Motocross Series Championship - 2nd Place
2003 FIM Pro 125 Asian Motocross Series Championship - 1st Place
Domestic
2007 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
2006 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
2005 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
2004 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
2003 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
2000 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
1999 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
1998 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
1997 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
1996 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125 Open
1995 National Rider of the Year - Pro 125