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Five Questions with Nuclear Cowboyz Rider Brody Wilson


What have you been up to this summer/fall?
Last May, I packed up my new 450's and went back to the East Coast to practice for the summer. I rode a few shows in Europe, including England and France and just got used to riding my 450's. My house in Massachusetts has an awesome course to practice on and also has a foam pit. Asides from rideing, the fall/winter has been pretty mellow, except for moving into the new house in Temecula, CA. I’m so happy to be back in warm SoCal getting ready for Nuclear Cowboyz!

How excited are you for the Nuclear Cowboyz tour to kick off?
I have been waiting for the 2013 Nuclear Cowboyz tour to start since the last one ended! You can't beat riding with the guys, seeing all of the cool cities and meeting all of the fans. It is a really cool environment. The best thing is, the tour continues to outdo itself each year, so I am really excited for 2013 to start!

What cities are you looking forward to visiting during the Nuclear Cowboyz tour?
The cities on the tour this year are all awesome! We’ve always had a great time in Atlanta, East Rutherford, NJ, Tampa and Ontario. I think I am most excited to go to New Orleans. It is one of my favorite cities and I haven't been there in a while, so I am looking forward to coming out!

Any trips planned before the Nuclear Cowboyz tour kicks off?
My job is kind of like vacation so I don't travel too much unless it involves riding. However, I will be heading up to Montana to spend the holidays with my girlfriend and her family. Hopefully, we can get a little snowboarding or snowmobiling in. It will be a nice, relaxing trip before the tour kicks off in Kansas City.

When you take time off from riding, what do you like to do in your free time?
When I'm not riding, I ride my mountain bikes, road bikes and just try to stay as active as possible. FMX is physically demanding so I try to stay in good shape. I also like to take my dogs hiking; they love to chase me down the mountain bike trails. Other than that, I just like to hang low and enjoy my time off!

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