Started sometime around 1998 or 1999 by Brian Deegan and Larry Linkogle, the Metal Mulisha has grown into the biggest, best and most bad-ass Freestyle Motocross team in the world. We sell clothes, too. Known for winning gold medals, breaking world records, and turning industry tradition upside down through the sport of freestyle motocross, pro riders Brian Deegan and Larry Linkogle launched Metal Mulisha Clothing in 1999. What began as a group of friends riding dirt bikes in Metal Mulisha gear and competing to see who could do the best tricks has grown into one of the most recognized and respected brands in action sports. Metal Mulishas winning form in freestyle competitions like the X Games has helped spread the brands message to a growing audience around the world. Metal Mulisha speaks the language of nonconformity with distinctive apparel that includes graphic tees, jerseys, boardshorts, fleece, tanks, denim and accessories; and encourages guys and girls to join the domination and express their rebellious spirit and daring attitude. A familiar name at events such as the Red Bull X Fighters, Rock Star Mayhem Tour, and the Dew Tour, Metal Mulisha boasts an A-list roster of well-known athletes including founder Brian Deegan, creator of the Mulisha Twist; and highly decorated freestyle riders, Ronnie Faisst, Jeremy Twitch Stenberg, and the late Jeremy Lusk. Metal Mulisha has also formed partnerships with athletes including MMA fighters Renato Babalu Sobral, Jason MacDonald and Dan Henderson, as well as metal band Machine Head. Today, Metal Mulisha continues to fuel the rise of freestyle motocross, and is dedicated to improving guidelines for the sport.