Team Wonder CBD Racing

 

Sammy Halbert

AFT Flat Track Champion

Sammy Halbert won the AMA Pro-Sport Hot-Shoe National Championship in his rookie season in 2004, and since that season he’s taken home 13 Grand National competition wins. He won silver at the first ever X Games Flat Track event, going on to win gold in Flat Track at the 2017 X Games. For the 2018 American Flat Track season Halbert is riding the Harley-Davidson XG750R for the Harley-Davidson Motor Company and is currently 10th in the standings. He’s had six top-10 finishes, with his best finish coming at the Buffalo Chip TT where he fought hard to overtake Jared Mees, riding Mees’ back tire to a 3rd place finish.

-Sammy Halbert

 

Rocco Landers

2019 MotoAmerica Jr. Champion

Rocco Landers just completed an amazing season racing in the MotoAmerica Jr. Cup series. Rocco won 14 out of the 17 races to become the national champion at the age of 14. In other exciting news, Rocco was invited to the Red Bull Rookies Cup to try out for their 2020 season in Europe. Rocco shined in the tryouts and was one of only 11 youngsters out of hundreds to make the team. Rocco was the only American selected. Look for Rocco in 2020 as he competes against the top youth racers from around the world. Rocco believes in the healing powers of CBD for recovery from injuries and also for recovery after a hard workout. Wonder is sponsoring this young champion and is thrilled to be a part of the number 1 youth road racer in the USA

-Rocco Landers

 

Gage McAllister

American Flat Track #51 XR1200

Gage McAllister competes in the Vance & Hines Harley-Davidson Series on the #51 Folsom Harley- Davidson backed XR1200. The stealthy smooth racer also earned 6 AMA Supermoto championships on his way to AFT.

-Gage McAllister

 

Brenden Ketelsen

MotoAmerica Jr. Cup Rider

Brenden Ketelsen competes in the MotoAmerica series on his Team Wonder CBD Kawasaki Ninja 400. Brenden has over 20 amateur championship titles to his name. In his quest for even greater speed, “B” trains by also riding both motocross and flat track.

-Brenden Ketelsen