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Joe DeGano is an international business and racing consultant who has worked with organizations in the Fortune 100 and 500 and with the Global 2000 world’s largest public companies. He has a track record of delivering cultural transformations and unimaginable business metrics over the last decade.

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DeGano is a former professional motocross athlete who competed in the AMA Pro Motocross Nationals. After racing professionally, he continued with his passion for motorcycling and put his sights on business performance and worked with leading motorcycle brands such as O’Neal USA, Yamaha Motor Corp. USA, Bel-Ray Lubricants, and Rekluse Motorsports.

DeGano’s championship approach and leadership in business created breakthrough results and exceeded what was possible. This included earning the U.S. Small Business Administration Exporter of the Year and the U.S. Department of Commerce President’s E Award for Exports.

MX Coach

In 2001, Joe DeGano founded MX Coach as a vehicle to share all that was shared with him by his many coaches and mentors. DeGano quickly discovered that the mental aspects of racing had the biggest impact on race results. He leads with the mental aspects of racing in his coaching and is one of the few Master Motocross Coaches in the world delivering Advanced Motocross Techniques and mental performance coaching with a championship mentality.


DeGano Coaching & Consulting

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Be A Motocross Coach

In 2017, DeGano launched Be A Motocross Coach to provide motocross coaches with leading edge coaching skills and methods along with business consulting practices to grow a successful business. The intention behind Be A Motocross Coach is to make accessible and elevate the trade of motocross coaching as a legitimate business.

In 2013, DeGano founded DeGano Coaching & Consulting to do transformational work with organizations. DeGano discovered that the culture of an organization was decisive on their future outcomes. Transforming the culture and introducing the mindset of a winner opened up a new world of possibilities and unprecedented performance levels.  


Joe DeGano was a student of Professor Gary Bailey and learned that no matter how pitiful or promising a rider was, that any rider can accomplish extraordinary results through proper training and coaching. Later DeGano approached Bailey to be trained as a professional motocross coach. Bailey is a Master Coach who trained DeGano to be a motocross technique coach and for six years taught him the craft of motocross physics, how to identify new techniques, and coach these latest skills to his students.

Joe DeGano is trained in ontology which is the study or science of the nature of being or existence. DeGano has spent years studying and being coached to be a transformational program leader working with individuals and organizations since 1989. DeGano states ontology is the key to his success and the source of the breakthrough results in racing performance for his clients and students.

Today Joe DeGano focuses on working with professional racers and race teams. By combining his mastery in motocross and organizational consulting, he offers a unique approach to race teams that has not yet been available.


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but not the ordinary kind of conversation.
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“This is the true joy in life, being used for a purpose recognized by yourself as a mighty one. Being a force of nature instead of a feverish, selfish little clod of ailments and grievances, complaining that the world will not devote itself to making you happy. I am of the opinion that my life belongs to the whole community and as long as I live, it is my privilege to do for it what I can. I want to be thoroughly used up when I die, for the harder I work, the more I live. I rejoice in life for its own sake. Life is no brief candle to me. It is a sort of splendid torch which I have got hold of for the moment and I want to make it burn as brightly as possible before handing it on to future generations.”

- George Bernard Shaw, Man and Superman

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