Pace Offroad was launched in 2011 out of a passion for off-roading by two-time NASCAR champion, Greg Biffle. With over 55 wins and tenth on the all-time money list, Greg became and remains a prominent figure in NASCAR.
Greg’s love for automotive came at an early age when he got his first motorcycle at the age of five. From there, his passion for off-roading and cars continued to grow. After his second championship in the Nationwide Series, Greg purchased his first sand car, a Funco, with a turbo Subaru motor.
Greg gained a significant amount of fabricating experience due to his parents’ owning a steel construction company in the Northwest. From that experience, Greg opened a chassis shop and began building oval track roll cages.
When Greg was nineteen, he started building late model cars. He quickly realized the early side by sides were significantly lacking in quality and remained that way until the manufacturing and technology caught up with the vehicles.
When Arctic Cat released the Wildcat, it peaked Greg’s interest due to the fact that he had just completed his own build of a Turbo 900 four seater with long travel suspension. Greg struggled with getting the Turbo 900 to run correctly and reliably, so he eventually bought the Arctic Cat Wildcat and proceeded to do a Z1 engine swap to the disbelief of many, who said it could not be done.
Around that time, Greg realized there was a great number of people who were also looking for performance and reliability in their side by side vehicles. The amount of people who reached out to Greg to repower their current Wildcat was overwhelming. From this demand, Pace Offroad was born.
Pace Offroad Today
Pace Offroad brings years of fabrication and engineering technology gained from years of experience in the field of NASCAR, working with Ford engineers and our staff’s own work on their personal side by side vehicles. We offer a wide range of services from calculating roll rate and stiffness of our sway bars, to 3D modeling of suspension components. Our Five Axis Machining Center was installed solely for making side by side components.