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Brian Deegan Net Worth

Brian Deegan Net Worth

Net Worth: $10 Million

Statistics
  • Source of Wealth Motocross
  • Birth Place Omaha, Nebraska, United States
  • Height 5' 9" (1.75 m)
  • Marital Status Married (Marissa Deegan)
  • Full Name Brian Deegan
  • Nationality American
  • Date of Birth 9 May 1975
  • Weight 170 lbs (77 kg)
  • Occupation Motocross Rider
  • Education High School (Orville H. Platt High School)
  • Children 3 (Hailie, Haiden & Hudson)
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About Brian Deegan

Brian Deegan is an American professional freestyle motocross rider, racing driver, and a founding member of the Metal Mulisha with a net worth of $10 million. He was the first person ever to do a 360 in competition and named the trick the “Mulisha Twist.” He became the most decorated Freestyle Motocross rider in X Games history. He has a total of ten medals and is the only rider to compete in at least one event in every X Games. He became a born-again Christian after a near-fatal crash in 2005.

Deegan became a pro supercross rider with Team Moto XXX at a young age of 17. At the LA Coliseum last 1997, Brian Deegan won the 125cc main as he ghost rode his bike across the finish line. It became the beginning of what we know today as Freestyle Motocross.

In 2012, he had his Metal Mulisha Monster truck debut. Deegan drove the truck himself in Phoenix, Arizona at Chase Field. He was scheduled to drive the truck at the Monster Jam World Finals 13 but injured himself while in driving practice, so Todd LeDuc replaced him.

At the Global Rallycross Championship, Deegan raced an OlsbergsMSE Ford Fiesta. In 2012, he became a runner-up. He was fourth in 2013 and twelfth in 2014. Last 2015, the Chip Ganassi Racing hired him to compete in the seven Global Rallycross Championship races in an M-Sport Fiesta with former professional motocross rider Jeff Ward.

Earnings & Financial Data

The below financial data is gathered and compiled by TheRichest analysts team to give you a better understanding of Brian Deegan's net worth by breaking down the most relevant financial events such as yearly salaries, contracts, earn outs, endorsements, stock ownership and much more.

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Earnings 2014 N/A
Event Sep. 2014

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro 2 Unlimited champion for the year 2014

$20,000
Earnings 2013 N/A
Event Sep. 2013

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro Lite Unlimited champion for the year 2013

$20,000
Earnings 2012 N/A
Event Jun. 2012

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro 2 Unlimited champion for the year 2012

$20,000
Earnings 2011 N/A
Event Sep. 2011

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro Lite Unlimited champion for the year 2011

$20,000
Event Jun. 2011

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro 2 Unlimited champion for the year 2011

$20,000
Earnings Mar. 2011

Annual Revenue of Deegan’s lifestyle brand Metal Mulisha

$30,000,000
Earnings 2009 N/A
Event Sep. 2009

Prize for becoming the Lucas Oil Off Road Racing Series Pro Lite Unlimited champion for the year 2009

$20,000
Earnings 2005 N/A
Event Feb. 2005

Prize for winning the gold medal in the Winter X Games

$30,000
Earnings 1992 N/A
Asset Jun. 1992

Current value of his first new car, a Ford F-150, purchased in 1992

$4,900
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