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- Team: Chaparral Motorsports/Precision Concepts/Kawasaki
- Class: WORCS Off-Road
- Number: 32
- Bike: Kawasaki KX 450F
- Born: September 15, 1985 — San Diego, California
Well known for his racing prowess and success down on the Baja peninsula (multi-time SCORE Baja/Baja 1000 champion), Robbie Bell began riding in the Southern Californian desert at the age of four. At the age of 16, Bell got his racing career started at a local motocross track, and went on to compete on the amateur MX circuit for several years (including qualifying twice for the Loretta Lynn’s Amateur National).
Though Bell experienced some motocross success in his early years, his “big break” came in 2005 when he accepted an offer to race for the Factory Honda Off-Road team. From 2006 through 2008 he excelled, winning the SCORE Baja championship three times and taking overall honors in the Baja 1000 in 2007 and 2008.
While collecting impressive wins down in Mexico, Robbie was also busy building his resume in the WORCS off-road series, and by 2016 had captured 3 WORCS Pro-Class Championships.
Today, SHOEI is also proud to protect Bell's entire Chaparral Motorsports/Precision Concepts/Kawasaki team, including Justin Seeds, Blayne Thompson, and Clay Hengeveld.