Ryan turned 37 this year and is still riding at a top professional level in Dirt and Park events. In 2015 he began transferring his BMX skills over to a MTB between events and he’s already impressing the MTB jumping scene. Ryan's skill and determination to this day has rewarded him with great success over his long career.
Ryan is back in his hometown Nor Cal area residing in Santa Cruz, California and enjoys spending his time away from contests with his wife and three sons.
Ryan has been part of the Haro Bikes family since 1997.
Ryan rides a 20.5" Haro Lineage frame and fork with 990 brake mounts. For his MTB, it’s a Haro Steel Reserve 1.3
Height: 5' 6"
Haro team since: 1997
Haro world tours: Japan 2012