Cameron Steele is more than a championship off-road racer, he is a true ambassador of off-road culture. From racing to commentating, to leading tours down the Baja peninsula nobody has done as much to share off-road racing with the world as Cameron. We talk with Cameron about his past, present, and future covering everything from racing in the desert, to short course and most recently racing 5 different races at King of The Hammers.
Cameron, how’s everything going? It’s a crazy world we live in. Things are good. I am a dad times two. I have a new little baby at home.Although we have been locked down quite a bit, it’s been cool because we have been able to share time together as a family. It’s a lot of fun.
You have been racing a little bit, right? How was Hammers? Hammers was incredible. I love the community of off-road racing. The thing that hammers offers you is spending time on the trail and there is always this bottleneck of people when you are pre-running. You get out and walk around and talk to people. I love the off-road racing community so for me, it’s cool to get out of the car, stretch my legs, hike some rocks, and be in the outdoors. Also for me, I get to race these different disciplines. I get to get on my motorcycle, which I don’t do very often in competition. It makes it fun, just being out there and smelling it.