Watch Dean Wilson battle the best Supercross racers on the planet at round 7 of the 2019 Monster Energy Supercross Series from Arlington, Texas.
Dean now racing for Factory Husqvarna after switching from being a privateer is currently 5th in the 450 championship.
It seems like every other rider now has a sponsorship by a CBD product company. Unfortunately, the AMA has decided to ban all forms of advertising from their events. The CBD police will be out in force this weekend in Dallas.
Will we see this in FIM events in Europe or
Rockstar Energy Husqvarna Factory Racing has recruited Briton Dean Wilson back to the team, racing in the 450SX premier class. Wilson will start this coming weekend, racing in Minneapolis, through the remainder of the AMA Supercross World Championship, where he currently tied for fifth in points for title contention.
This feature in the Motohead app was posted two years ago, take a look and see if things have changed that much or maybe they haven't.
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It’s the world’s highest-profile dirt bike series but we’ve always had to wait for pirated videos to be loaded onto
Just before A1, Dean Wilson announced that one of his new 2019 sponsors is 'Ignite' a company that produces cannabis products and owned by social media kingpin Dan Bilzerian. Unfortunately the party poopers at NBC or whoever made the decision to censor the 'Ignite' logo by covering it with tape.
It was muddy, it was fun to watch and Angel Stadium was packed - a solid start to this year's Monster Energy Supercross.
The impressive Dean Wilson certainly proved he's still got it and will improve as the season progresses, Malcolm Stewart rode a solid race after a good start but
If you've never heard of Dan Bilzerian who is an internet, poker and playboy legend then we don't know where you've been for the last 7 years or so. Dan the man has a web following of over 100 million and a personal fortune to match, certainly someone our
As we move closer to the 2019 Supercross season, kicking off on January 5th at its usual opening venue, Anaheim Stadium.
California based British star Dean Wilson has announced on his Instagram account that is leaving social media - don't worry it's not for good, fingers crossed he should be back
Briton Dean Wilson took second overall place in the Australian Aus-X Supercross, his first race in six months since coming back from injury. He had two thirds and a second, while fellow Husky rider Jason Anderson took a clean sweep by winning all three main events.
Dan Reardon took third from
Briton Dean Wilson gets made up as a grandpa to prank some locals at the track in this funny video you must see!