Hometown: Glasgow, Scotland
Team: Red Bull KTM Factory Race Team
Motorcycle: KTM 450 SX-F Factory Edition
Date of Birth: December 28, 1991
Current Residence: Wesley Chapel, Florida & Menifee, California 
Height / Weight: 6’ 1” / 170 lbs
Racing Number: 15
Turned Pro: 2009
Marital Status: Single
Hobbies: Wakeboarding, snowboarding, music, mountain and road biking, fashion, and traveling

Racing Highlights
Championship: MX 250cc (2011)
Career Wins: 250SX: 8 / MX 250cc: 5
2010 AMA Motocross Rookie of the Year

Dean Wilson’s personality and talent have made him a fan favorite on and off the motocross track. The Scottish-born, Canadian transplant has shown he has the speed to be one of the top riders on the circuit. After winning four straight Canadian National Championships as an amateur, Wilson came to the U.S. where he won the 2009 AMA Horizon Award, recognizing the best amateur motocross rider, before turning pro. 

Wilson claimed the 2011 MX250cc championship with five career motocross wins, backing up his Rookie of the Year honors in the 2010 MX250cc championship. In supercross competition, Wilson has won eight times and will be chasing the sports two most prestigious championships in 2016 aboard his factory Red Bull KTM.  

Away from the track, Wilson enjoys staying up on the latest music and fashion trends, getting out for a ride on his road or mountain bike, and when the schedule permits, traveling to new locales around the globe. 

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Hometown: Twin Falls, Idaho
Team: Monster Energy/Team Tedder Racing
Motorcycle: Kawasaki KX™450F
Date of Birth: December 17, 1987
Height / Weight: 5′ 7″ / 145lbs
Racing Number: 12
Turned Pro: 2006
Marital Status: Married

Racing Highlights
Championship: AMA 250SX West (2010)
Career Wins: 250SX: 8 / MX 250cc: 3

Jake Weimer has built a solid reputation throughout his near-decade long career in pro ranks. The former factory Kawasaki racer and Idaho native has always produced including earning a surprise first win at the Phoenix supercross in 2008 with the Geico Honda team.  Following that season he moved to the Monster Energy/Pro Circuit/Kawasaki where he went on to score seven more supercross wins and three motocross victories.  

His highlight was the 2010 season where Weimer won four races, the East/West Shootout and the 2010 AMA 250SX West title.  His move up to the premier class was slowed by a broken arm just days before the season, but Weimer returned in 2012 earning five podium finishes during the supercross season as well as three overall and 10 moto podiums during the motocross season.

Weimer battled near the front throughout the next few seasons before being sidelined with injuries halfway through the 2015 Supercross series.  Once healthy, Weimer looks to get back up to speed and again contend for a place on the podium. 

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Former athletes represented include Ryan Dungey, James Stewart, Ernesto Fonseca, Dusty Klatt and Travis Preston.