One Of The Reasons For Starting WesJet Entertainment Was To Offer “Moto Mentoring” + Video Of The Sessions For Studying & Social Media Exposure.
Working With Companies Like GoPro & Leatt Protectives We Learned Just How Important It Is For Athletes To Be Posting On Their Social Media Accounts On A Regular Basis.
I’ve Always Enjoyed Helping Other Racers But It Has Always Been A Side Job To What I Was Contracted To Do For GoPro As Well As Leatt Protectives Who I was Also Contracted By For 4-5 Years To Create Content & Handle Rider Support.
It Wasn’t Until My Good Buddy Jake Weimer Asked Me To Be One Of The Coaches At His “Camp 12” Last Year In 2020 That I Realized How Much I Really Enjoyed & Missed Working With Riders & Would Get Back To It Once The Time Is Right.
& The Time Is Right!
So We’re Super Happy To Announce That Jarred Browne Is Back To Making “Moto Mentoring” A Big Focus & Offering Packages For Moto Mentoring, Video, & Social Media Account Management In Southern California.
We recently linked up with our Homies over at Team Solitaire, Nuclear Blast, Yamaha, to create a Team intro video just prior to the kick off of the 2021 250 “West Coast” portion of the Monster Energy Supercross Series where Team Rider Robbie Wageman had a career best finish with a 9th in the Main Event.
If you like Dirt Bikes & Death Metal this video will be right up your alley 🤘🏼
Catch the Boys tearing up Daytona International Speedway tomorrow on NBCSN & Peacock!
Our Boy Cole Martinez had a crash at the 2018 Daytona Supercross that left him sidelined with a badly broken leg that required some serious hardware.
Before the crash, Cole was turning heads as he had just stepped up to the premiere class and hadn’t missed a main event since doing so.
We checked in with Cole over the healing months of his injury and got to find out all the details on the crash, what injuries he sustained, how the decision to keep racing wasn’t an easy one, and much more.
Michael Leib & The Palmer Brothers put on quite the show at Round 2 of the West Coast Pit Bike Championships that ended with ML getting injured & Kyson Palmer getting disqualified and losing the cash prize.
After many cancellations, delays, & schedule changes, The 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship finally kicked off this past weekend at Country Singer Loretta Lynn’s “Dude Ranch” in Hurricane Mills Tennessee. Loretta’s is also home to the Nations largest Amateur Motocross race held every summer.
A race that I attended many times with my family chasing my Motocross dreams.
This time I was there to do my usual thing for GoPro and it was awesome to be at The Ranch “pushing all the boys buttons”.
Alright enough of me, go onboard with one of the sports most exciting riders to watch, Adam Cianciarulo during Moto 2. – Jarred Browne
I recently linked up with the @motoconcepts@officialleatt Boys straight out of quarantine to get their thoughts on 2020 and what keeps them coming back to dirt bikes for more…First up is @justinhill46 🤘🏼