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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.

In one of the most impressive performances off-road we’ve ever seen, ride along with Casey Currie as he goes from a complete Dakar Rally rookie—to Rookie of the Year and 4th place finisher in the 2019 race.