Gordon "Gordie" Gertrude Gibble is a rich, spoiled kid who is a BMX legend, who has broken records and the former main antagonist of the show. He is another of Kick's and Brad's nemeses. He has perfect hair, expensive clothes and top of the line equipment. He is always followed by the DiPazzi Twins, who will always do whatever he says without question.
He is considered "a rich jerk", as seen in every episode he appears. He hates Kick, as do many antagonists. He is very rich and spoiled, but is very good at cheating and doesn't know how to compete without doing so. He is always followed by Anthony Michael DiPazzi and Michael Anthony DiPazzi, the DiPazzi Twins. He bans Kick's brother Brad from the go-kart job and fires him. They help Gordie with his cheating to beat Kick on every BMX rodeo he participates in. Obviously, Gordie loses to Kick and comes up short, finding out that the car he was racing acts as stupid as the computer. He is not a perfect kid and is certainly a stupid kid.
He is very rich so he wears amazing and expensive clothes, like jackets and goggles. He also wears purple pants, dark blue/white sneakers and has a "perfect" hairstyle. He is thin, tall and has brown hair and black eyes, just like most of the characters.
Just like the majority of Kick's nemeses, he thinks he is superior to Kick. In his debut appearance in "Switching Gears", he shows himself to be spoiled and conceited, because he has broken lots of BMX records and is a legend.
He also uses his own personalized slang, adding Izzle to his sentences. This often leaves those around him in confusion, while he is annoyed they don't understand.
Family and early life
Little is known about Gordie's childhood because he has only appeared in nine episodes. But it is known that his parents love him a lot and spoil him too much.
He refers to his father as "Daddy" and they are close. As seen in "Kart to Kart", his dad lets him buy the Go-Go-Go Kart World and in "A Cousin Kyle Christmas", he buys Gordie all of the puppets in "Stringzeez for Christmas". In "Goodbye, Gully", his father had enough of him antagonizing Kick and after he destroys his own creation, he cuts Gordie off from the fortune until he is responsible and forbids him from picking on the boy.