Arguably the most well known ramp builder the world has ever seen and father of 2, Nate was first a professional BMX rider and even appeared as a video game character in Matt Hoffman’s BMX. Known for his long dreadlocks and never ending work ethic, Nate worked with Christian early on to make this tour a reality.
Ron Kimler was once a camp counselor for many of the guys he now rides with. Endless energy, and a quiet confidence make Ron a vital part of the Bikes Over Baghdad team. This warrior and father of 3 will build all day and night, take an IV and then ride with the best of them a few hours later.
Quite possibly one of the brightest, most colorful, and tattoo covered humans to ever hold a microphone, Catfish served as the voice of Bikes Over Baghdad for several tours. Team manager, announcer, conspiracy theorist, and now television star, Catfish can hold a crowd with the very best of them.
Son of a Colonel, and college graduate, BK, as he’s known is one of the most respected street riders in the world. With a signature shoe and bike frame, BK’s influencing an entirely new generation of riders. The world is his playground and he wears countless scars across his elbows and knees like war medals.
The consummate prankster, and now known better for his roles on LA Ink, Paul Blart: Mall Cop, and Strangers in Danger, Rooftop is actually an amazingly skilled rider who got his start in BMX. Always a crowd favorite, Rooftop continues to push the envelope as a rider and stuntman.
Voted by his peers as Ramp Rider of the Year, Drew is nothing short of a prodigy. Endless energy and even more creativity, Drew left the crowd’s jaws dropped night after night.
While most at home on dirt jumps, Anthony is no stranger to ramps, landing the first ever double front flip in competition. A repeat X Games competitor and Red Bull team rider, Anthony always lights it up whether on course and off.