He became a pro supercross rider at age 17. In 1997 at the LA Coliseum, Brian Deegan won the 125cc main and in true rebel fashion, ghost rode his bike across the finish line. This was the beginning of what we know today as Freestyle Motocross. In 2004, at the Winter X Games, Deegan crashed while attempting a 360 over a 100 ft snow double, breaking his femur and both wrists. He came back 6 months later to place fourth at the Summer X Games. Deegan was also the first rider ever to land a 360 (Mulisha Twist) in competition. Deegan ventured into short course off-road racing in the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series’ Unlimited Lites division during 2009 and the rookie won the championship over experienced drivers. At X games 16, Deegan competed in the Rally Car Racing event at the LA coliseum. Deegan advanced all the way to the finals but would finish second due to a wrong turn he made during the race. Brian also competed in Rally Car Super Rally where he also finished second behind Tanner Foust. Brian Deegan won two silver medals at X games 16. At X Games XVII, Deegan won gold in RallyCross. The list goes on…! If you want to see more of the All Around Badass, watch our more recent video update!