CASEY CURRIE

Finished 4TH (USA). In 2020, he’s aiming to win it. Small hiccup: the Dakar route is longer than all other U.S. off-road races…combined.

Life-long desert racer & off-road champion

How’s this for growing up quickly? Casey Currie was racing motorcycles by 5, wheeling race trucks at 16—and successful enough to open the doors of his own team…at 22. From the deserts around Anaheim Hills, California to finishing 4th at the Dakar Rally and being crowned the 2019 Dakar Rookie of the Year, Casey is no stranger to getting the most from his fleet of off-road machines. A star within the Monster Energy Can-Am Racing team and multi-time champion across too many disciplines to list, look for Casey’s Maverick X3 to be right near the front—no matter which continent he’s racing on.        

ROOKIE OF DAKAR

Casey Currie - Episode 1

How do you sum up the biggest race of your life? Finishing 4th isn't easy for a winner like Casey Currie, but for 2020, he'll let them follow.

BORN TO RACE

A FAMILY TRADITION

From a family that built its 50+ year reputation making parts for racing cars, this is how Casey Currie's career started—and how it's led to Dakar.

VEHICLE OF CHOICE?

PARTS & ACCESSORIES?