Randy Brown, manager of the Penticton & District Search & Rescue and SPOT brand ambassador, discusses the importance of a reliable GPS deviceby Kyle Born
Kyle Born is a writer at RidersWest. Kyle writes about people and what makes them tick. He’s written hundreds of articles that tell the story of individuals and their passions. Kyle is naturally curious and enjoys breezing past the small talk so he can learn the fascinating details of an individual’s journey through life. He specializes in storytelling and isn’t afraid of asking the hard questions such as, “Where is your bathroom? I really need to go.”
Kyle has held a variety of job titles through the years: radio announcer, voice actor, English teacher, delivery driver, missionary, wedding DJ, comedian and several other things that he may have forgotten because his memory isn’t always the best, which is why he writes things down.
Kyle Born spends much of his time building in his Lego Room (Star Wars, Castle, Pirates), playing video games (Mario, Rocket League, XCOM, Zelda) and watching his favourite football team, the Green Bay Packers—he even owns a share of the team (for real!). He lives in Cranbrook, B.C., with his bodacious wife, Becky, and two little kids, Augustus and Annabelle. There aren’t any pets in the Born household because Kyle has allergies. But if he sees you walking your dog, he will stop and pet it because dogs are cool.
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Articles by Kyle Born:
Eason Hawthorn, a five-year-old Rad Rider from Ile des Chenes, Manitoba, was born to race ATVsby Kyle Born
Donald Eidse, President of the Eastman ATV Association in southeast Manitoba, has set his club on a purpose-driven courseby Kyle Born
Sam King, professional off-road and moto-trials rider, coaches riders at the Sam King Dirt School at Ride the Vibe in Golden, B.C.by Kyle Born
Dean Solowan, police constable and community service officer, Alberta Region, has life-saving safety advice for ATVersby Kyle Born
Chad Finlay, President of the Westman ATV Association in southwestern Manitoba, is rejuvenating his club and setting it up for future successby Kyle Born
Jennifer Boulet, rad rider in Chilliwack, B.C., has immersed herself in motorsports and encourages other female riders to join inby Kyle Born
Kelly Reichert, president of Timberline Cruisers ATV Club in Tulameen, B.C., describes this brand new groupby Kyle Born
See the most admired and discussed ATVs on Instagramby Kyle Born
Kim Wozniak, executive director of ATVMB in Manitoba, encourages riders to take part in outdoor activities while following social distancing guidelinesby Kyle Born
Hartley Pokrant, president of Manitoba’s Belair ATV Club, explains what’s the same and what has changed with the rise of COVID-19by Kyle Born