Born in 1987, Bryce Menzies grew up with off-road racing in his blood, spending his childhood around dirt bikes and buggies. His winning ways began in 2007 as he dominated and won the CORR Single Buggy championship. He grabbed Rookie-of-the-Year honors before switching to the Truck class.
In 2011, Menzies won the iconic Baja 500, only to return in 2012 and defend his title. He pulled off another win in 2014, cementing his off-road legacy.
Menzies made his X Games and Rallycross debuts alongside Travis Pastrana in 2012. The three-time Pro 2wd champion (2011-13) also competed in his first King of the Hammers race in 2019 in both the UTV and Trick Truck classes.
In 2016 Menzies made history by jumping his off-road truck 115.6 meters (379.4 feet) over a New Mexico ghosttown to set a new truck-distance World Record. He piled up more short-course wins before winning the Best in the Desert race from Vegas to Reno in 2019 and 2020. If that wasn’t enough, Menzies has won the Mint 400 twice and took down the Toyo Tires Desert Invitational in 2020.
Menzies added to his resume at King of the Hammers in 2021 with a victory in the T1 race.