Gabriel Williams grew up in the dirt-biking Mecca of California City in the high desert of California. Much of Gabriel's life has been spent in pursuit of athletic challenges and feeding a love of competition; he has spent 30 years racing mountain and road bicycles throughout the US, Europe and Latin America, spent many years racing alpine and nordic skis at an elite level and played Div I rugby.

Gabriel has taken his love of physically challenging and brutal sports to the world of off-road motorcycle racing where he has proven his fitness and skill by competing in the longest and most challenging off-road races SOLO. Gabriel has been the first place solo racer in both the SCORE Baja 500 and Baja 1000 and has won the overall motorcycle at the NORRA Mexican 1000.

Gabriel Williams enjoys the challenge of endurance racing and the training associated with it. He still regularly competes in ultra-endurance and multi-day mountain bike races and long distance off-road motorcycle races. He currently lives in Utah with his wife and 2 kids.

Experience
  • Education

    B.S. Biology, Cum Laude, University of New Mexico. M.S., D.O.M. Traditional Chinese Medicine, International Institute of Chinese Medicine
  • Work

    Owner of 3B Yoga and Izumi Café.
  • Current Sports

    11 years Off-road motorcycle endurance racer in BITD and SCORE. 30 years road and mountain bike racing, domestically and throughout Latin America and Europe.
  • Former Sports

    Div. I Rugby. Collegiate NCSA Alpine Ski Racer. Collegiate Div. I NCAA Cross Country Ski Racer.

2012 Gabriel Williams will be racing SCORE class 20 on a Honda

CRF250X in an attempt to win the class championship. This would make Gabriel the first person to with a SCORE Pro Class championship SOLO!

March 9th SCORE San Felipe 250

June 1st SCORE Baja 500

November 9th SCORE Baja 1000

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Entry Numero Uno – San Felipe 250

Close only counts in horseshoes and hand grenades.  Close but no cigar.  Don’t count your chickens before they hatch.  If you’re not first, you’re last.  There’s probably similar dichos en Español but I don’t know a
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