Date of Birth: 2.28.1978
Hometown: Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Bio: Kevin “K-Dub” Windham is considered to be one of the smoothest and most naturally talented motocross riders to ever grace the track. Always the crowd-pleaser, his classy demeanor and graceful style continue to make him popular with fans all over the world. In fact, he was named Feld Motorsports “Fans Choice” at the 2011 AMA Supercross Awards.
He turned pro in 1994, and K-Dub has raced against the likes of Jeremy McGrath, Ricky Carmichael, James Stewart and Ryan Villopoto, and has beaten each of them at one point or another. Some of the most notable achievements in his luminous career include back-to-back AMA 125cc Supercross West Coast championship titles, a victory at the Motocross USGP, and being the first and only full-time 125cc rider to win a 250cc Supercross event.
Kevin decided in 2013 at the third race of the series in Anaheim that he would retire from racing. He still hit every round in 2013, riding out in opening ceremonies and jumping huge transfer jumps which had never been done before. In 2014 he’s back jumping the famous transfer jumps and still has the biggest crowd applause when introduced. Kevin also gets on the mic and does some event and TV announcing at selected races.