2015 Crandon World Champion
9 Career Podiums and 25 Careers Top 5's


Midwest native Cam Reimers has always had a passion for going fast. He began his career racing mini bikes on the regional motocross circuit at a very early age. Even then, it was evident that this young standout was on the path to a successful racing career.

For over a decade, the racer from Iowa would tally hundreds of motocross wins and multiple championships before taking up short-course off-road racing in 2013. Reimers has staked his claim in off-road racing throughout the last three seasons capturing podium finishes in the PRO Light division including a win at the legendary World Championships in Crandon, Wisconsin.

Having tasted success before, backed by a long list of achievements, Reimers enters 2017 focused on asserting himself as the next off-road champion.


​Mountain biking and silly string.
Favorite venue: Red Bud
Racing: "Racing and competing is in my blood and I have found a home in short-course off-road. It is one the most intense types of racing there is and requires such a balance between smoothness and hard-fought aggression. Whenever you find that line during a race you feel unstoppable, a feeling that is hard to replicate in every day life."

2015 Season

TORC PRO Light Championship: 5th overall
Best finish: 1st (Crandon II)
First career win in PRO Light

2014 Season

TORC PRO Light Championship: 9th overall
Best finish: 4th (Sturgis)

2013 Season

TORC ​PRO Light Championship: 8th overall
Best finish: 3rd (Red Bud)

2016 Season

TORC PRO Light Championship: 4th overall
Best finishes: 3rd (Round 2 - Texas Motor Speedway & Round 8 - ERX Park)