Quick Stats: Brian Deegan
Daily Driver: 2010 Ford F-250 (Brian's rating: 9 on a scale of 1 to 10)
Other cars: see below
Favorite road trip: in Colorado
Car he learned to drive in: 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme
First car bought: 1974 Oldsmobile Cutlass Supreme

Motocross racer Brian Deegan, who still has the competitive bug, has been turning to four-wheel racing such as rallying in the X Games and off-road racing in the Lucas Oil Off Road series with his Metal Mulisha team.

Metal Mulisha is Deegan's lifestyle brand, which generates more than $30 million in revenue. He outfitted his own 2010 Ford F-250 with Metal Mulisha off-road wheels. "I have my own Metal Mulisha lift kits, so we did a lift," he says, sitting in the backyard at his team's race shop. "It looks clean and it's all flat gray. I had it wrapped gunmetal gray because I think it looks better. It fits the whole Metal Mulisha image-all black and flat colors. And it had the Mulisha skulls in flat black."

Deegan rates his daily driver a 9. "For what I use it for, for pulling trailers, it works really good," he says. "I have a Range Rover and an Escalade too, so the truck could be a little more fancy inside. But other than that it's good."

He uses the F-250 to haul his dirt bikes when he wants to go to the track. "I grew up racing motocross and I will always go to a motocross track and ride just for fun. At my house, I have a freestyle park, supercross track, motocross track, and foam pit to practice tricks in. I have a truck track here, too."