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Christopher R. Lokken
a.k.a. "Mr. Nibbles"
April 18th, 1976 to June 2nd, 2007

Chris Lokken, affectionately known as "Mr. Nibbles" or "Nibbz", was tragically taken from all of us on June 2nd, 2007. He was killed while participating in one of the most prestigious off-road races in the world, the SCORE Baja 500 in Ensenada, Mexico. Chris was filming on board a chase helicopter during the first few hours of the race, after which he was the co-driver in a Class-1 race car, #157.

#157 suffered a mechanical failure near race mile 197. Chris hitched a ride in a passing race vehicle, Sportsman Truck #1505, in an attempt to get to a nearby checkpoint. Shortly thereafter #1505 lost control while negotiating a steep incline and rolled over, off the steep hillside. Chris was thrown approximately 100 yards to the bottom of a ravine where he died instantly from blunt head trauma.

Chris had a genuine good 'ol boy Southern-hospitality personality, having spent much of his young life in Alabama. He embraced life and everything it had to offer. There will forever be a large hole in the lives of many people now that he is gone. Chris was loved by everyone he knew.

Chris enjoyed many, many outdoor activities. He was an integral part of a large group of friends that camp and ride throughout Southern California. Chris will always be remembered as an easy-going, fun-loving guy who was the life of any party. He was intelligent, funny, charming, and boisterous.

Chris was the CEO of Red Belly Racing, an upstart company recently founded by a small group of friends dedicated to off road motorsports and the family oriented lifestyle associated with it. Chris took on this challenge like any other, he jumped in with both feet and gave it 110%.

Above all else in Chris' life was his devotion to his family. Chris is survived by his lovely wife Megan, and his infant daughter Lauren who are in the greater San Diego area. Chris was an excellent father, the birth of his daughter being one of the highlights of his life. Megan always supported Chris in pursuing his dreams. At one point during the Baja race Chris called her just to tell her what an amazing time he was having.

After Nibbz's passing, some friends built a memorial at his favorite place to ride.


--As you can see, Nibbz had plenty of friends...





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Just a thought...

Next time you are cruising through the desert on your quad or rhino, stop at a place that you enjoy and just take in a moment of silence...  you will remember that more than anything.

Nibbz, I only saw your face one time..., but I see you every time I am at Rasor Road...


OC Keith




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Soda Dry Lake off of Zzyzx Road at Rasor Road California Desert. The Mojave Road crosses though it.