Cameron's family brought him to Baja starting at 2 years of age and he started navigating for his dad 36 years ago and driving off-road race cars 32 years ago.
He's raced Baja in 5-1600, 1600, 7, 7 4x4, 12, pro bike, 40 and since 2005 he's been known as Trophy Truck #16. He chose the #16 as an ode to his limited car roots with 1600cc engines powering much of his racing life as a youngster.
In 2005 Cameron hosted his first group effort in Baja with the "We Love our Wife's Trip" and from there founded and continues too host "Rip to Cabo", "Trail of Missions", "Baja Beach Bash" (with Johnny Campbell) and a few other signature Baja trips with his DA Familia.
He limits his Baja effort to just the fun adventures he shares with friends old and new. "I've met some of my greatest friends through these trips and Baja in general and that's the reason to keep making dust" says the Desert Assassins front man.
The Baja HQ has been brewing in his brain for about 8 years but he didn't want to even a hint of distraction to take his thoughts from the 50th Baja 1000. At the 2017 Baja 1000 the Desert Assassins team missed the win by one spot.
The Baja HQ will be a new way for The Steele's to share their love for off-roading and Baja specifically.