Keith Curtis is a dominant force in the snowmobile hillcross and hillclimb scene, with 168 career wins in different classes, and joins the X Games debut of Snow BikeCross as one of the more experienced riders in the field: he first started riding snow bikes in the Montana backcountry in 2010 and has been sponsored by Timbersled since 2013. The three-time Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hillclimb Association racer of the year owns an astounding 35 RMSHA points championships, 30 World Championship titles, and 63 King class titles, but a fluke incident derailed his lone X Games appearance when the key fell out of his ignition in his Snowmobile HillCross heat race at XG Aspen 2015.
- He is the only rider to pull off a clean sweep at the World Championship Snowmobile Hillclimb in Jackson Hole. In 2014 he won all 5 Pro classes.
- He has earned a total of 30 World Championship titles in different classes, and 63 King class titles. 168 career RMSHA wins.
- In 2016 he was featured in the 67th annual Warren Miller Entertainment film "Here There and Everywhere," snowmobiling in the Montana backcountry.
- He's on a tight schedule: after the X Games Snow BikeCross race on Friday, he'll drive straight to Bellevue, Idaho to race the 2017 season opener for RMSHA (Rocky Mountain Snowmobile Hill Climb Association) on Saturday.
X Games Competition History
|X Games Aspen 2015|| SMB HillCross||23th|