With competitive roots in Supercross and Motocross, Ryan Beat was severely injured in 2010 and was told he couldn’t compete professionally on a dirt bike again. But an injury wouldn’t stand in the way of Ryan’s competitive spirit, and after nine months of therapy he was given the opportunity to race in the UTV class. After experiencing immediate success, Ryan transitioned to race in the LOORRS Pro Lite category, finishing second place in his first season. To date he’s racked up 12 career wins, 33 podiums, and a World Championship in 2017.
- Hometown: El Cajon, California
- Trophy Kart World Championships – 3rd Place
- 2017 Pro Lite World Champion
- 12 Amateur Championships (Motorbikes)