Jeremy Lusk - A Person with Hope
Jeremy Lusk, a Freestyle motocross star, died on February 10, 2009 as a result of head injuries sustained in a crash during a competition in Costa Rica. Lusk won gold and silver medals at the 2008 X Games and a bronze helmet in the 2008 Moto X World Championships. He was part of the riding group Metal Mulisha.
Brian Deegan, founder of Metal Mulisha and good friend, issued this statement:
"Jeremy motivated me to be a better person, he was my best friend. The bond of this team is one that will never be broken. We know Jeremy is looking down from a great place, continuing to move mountains and touch the lives of those above. One day, we will all be reunited and will ride together again. In the end, all dust turns to ash. Metal Mulisha will continue to live and die by that creed. Jeremy, we can't wait to see you."
The following videos present Brian Deegan and Ronnie Faisst who are freestyle motocross riders. They posted this video as a response to numerous questions directed at them regarding their faith in connection with Jeremy Lusk's death.
If no video displays below, please click here to get the latest Macromedia Flash Player.