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Widely known and respected for his huge extension and incredible trick repertoire, the 25-year-old has competed on the world's biggest stage -- the X Games -- over the past two years, as well as regularly landing on top of the podium at the IFMXF World FMX Championships.
Fresh off a hectic 12-stop Nuclear Cowboyz tour that wrapped up in Texas on the weekend, Wilson is excited to join forces with Unit.
"I'm so pumped to have joined the Unit team," the Massachusetts-born ripper says.
"The clothing and designs are sick and they're not afraid to be a bit controversial at times.
"The company is taking the US industry by storm and it's exciting to be a part of such a fast-growing brand."
Unit founder Paul Everest welcomed Wilson to the fold.
"Brody is one of the best FMX riders in the world and the amazing thing is he's still getting better," he says.
"We're stoked to have him join the team. He is a perfect fit for Unit and we look forward to a long and successful partnership with him."
Wilson is now preparing for the six-stop Extreme Freestylers Rock 'N' Ride Tour through Europe that starts on April 30, before he turns his focus to grabbing a FMX medal at X Games 17 on July 28-31.
Producer: Unit Clothing / Allan Hardy
Film + Edit: Kyle Cowling
Music: Stallions Of The Highway, performed by Savage Blade. Age Of Wonder, performed by The American Dollar