In 2018 I had the honor of attending the 2018 Motocross Of Nations at the legendary Red Bud Track n’ Trail in Buchanan Michigan to handle the rider support & social media content production for Leatt Protectives.
I shadowed Ryan Sipes all weekend to capture as much of the excitement as possible.
Which was pretty easy considering his team mates for the event being SX/Mx icon Kevin Windham & Action Sports Icon Travis Pastrana.
Get a little behind the scenes look at Ryan’s process on race day & how much fun these guys had.
In May of 2020 we headed to Salt Lake City Utah to attend the final 7 rounds of the Monster Energy Supercross series for both GoPro & Leatt Protectives.
2010 West Coast 250 Champ & Idaho native Jake Weimer lives just 2 hours north of SLC so after the final round of SX we went north to Rupert Idaho instead of south to southern California.
We were at Jake & Nicole Weimer’s for 3 weeks getting the taste of Idaho for the first time & it was epic to say the least.
From boating/tubing the Snake River that they live a cross the street from to shooting Jake & his riders shredding a secret sand track next to that same river but out in the middle of the Idahoan Desert.
I also dusted off my riding coaching skills & helped Jake & Broc Tickle handle Jakes 3 day Mx Camp “Camp 12” that had some of the biggest names currently coming up in the sport.
Also can’t forget about the 4th of July festivities!
After working the final rounds of the 2020 Supercross Series we headed 2 hours north to Rupert Idaho to stay with 2010 250 West Sx Champ Jake Weimer and get a taste of the Idaho Moto Life.
Jake trains a few local up and coming racers, one being Team Green Kawasaki stand out Chance Hymas.
We linked up with Chance at a secret sand track in the middle of the Idaho desert where he laid down lap after lap, then made a super technical figure 8 track on top of a sand dune that he rode and rode.
Guess that explains why he went on to win a Championship at Lorettas last year!
I see this kid doing BIG things in the near future. – JB
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.
The 2020 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series is coming to an end with 450 Rookie & GoPro Athlete Adam Cianciarulo giving it everything he has to win the 450 MX Championship in his first attempt over veteran, and tough as nails bad ass, Zach Osborne.
They once again put on quite the show in 450 Moto 2
Christian Craig had the best ride of his Mx season filling for Roczen over at Factory Honda with a solid 4th in Moto 2. Which can been seen from his GoPro POV right here.
Alex Martin & his “Troll Train” have been solid this outdoor Mx season but his mediocre starts really hurt him at Thunder Valley. Still far enough up front to show us how the 250 boys go for it though!
After a rainy and super muddy race last year (which usually makes for zero usable footage) at Millville I was excited for this years stop at the iconic race track which had zero rain in the forecast and was calling for temperatures in the 70’s.
GoPro Athlete Adam Cianciarulo dominated the Premiere Class with holeshots in both motos that led to a 1-1 sweep. That’s one way to back up his 1-3 for 1st overall at the previous round in Michigan.
Christian Craig battled with bad starts both motos but was able to push through the field for some solid finishes. Here in Moto 1 he chased defending Mx Champ Eli Tomac through the pack.
The “Troll Train” of Alex Martin had to be excited to make a stop at the track his family has owned and operated for many years. Has to be a cool feeling to race a Mx national in the yard you grew up playing in.
He gets off to a good start and battles with his brother Jeremy & Dylan Ferrandis early who are both battling each other for this 2020 250 Motocross Championship.
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
This past weekend we were back at it again for GoPro on the East Coast, this time in Maryland at the iconic Budds Creek Mx Park for round 11 of the 2019 Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Series.
Though all eyes were on Cianciarulo and Ferrandis as they chase the 250 Championship crown with 2 rounds remaining it was Team Troy Lee Designs, GoPro, Ktm’s Shane Mcelrath that shook the class up a bit by going 1-1 in dominating fashion.
And as always we captured it all on the raddest, baddest, action camera in the universe. The GoPro Hero7BLACK 👊🏼