BEHIND THE WRENCH
My name is Anthony DiBasilio, I am the owner of Wrench 42 Motorsports along with my wife Jamie. When I graduated high school in 2002 I went straight into the US Army to be a Military Police officer with ambitions of getting out of the service and becoming a police officer in California. Life changed in 2008 and I got an opportunity to work for the Factory KTM Off-road race team. I started out as a mechanic for Justin Soule and David Kamo, also helping Quinn Cody and David Pearson at times. In 2010 I became Kurt Caselli's mechanic. In the three years we were teamed up, I was able to build Kurt bikes to win multiple races, championships, and gold medals for himself and KTM. In 2014 Taylor Robert and I were teamed up to tackle multiple off-road and extreme events. From 2015 until I left KTM in 2018 I built engines for KTM and Husqvarna. I had the pleasure of building Zach Osborne's engines for all three of his AMA Championships. If you are looking for quality work to be performed on your dirt bike, whether you need your trail bike serviced or your desert racer prepped for the next Baja race, Wrench 42 Motorsports is your team. We look forward to meeting your wrench needs!
What’s up everyone, my name is Brian Medeiros. I am the suspension tech at Wrench 42 Motorsports. My journey didn’t start here in beautiful southern California. I was born and raised on the island of Kauai in the state if Hawaii. Like most of you I grew up riding and racing (in Hawaii) and always had a passion for dirt bikes. When I turned 18 I decided it was time to chase my motorcycle dreams. In 2013 I bought myself a one way ticket to California. Fast forward to 2019, two AMA 250 Pro Motocross Nationals (and counting) later, I have been a Suspension Tech for TBT Racing for 3 years now. Being that TBT Racing is now under the Wrench 42 Motorsports roof, I’m your guy! Look forward to talking and getting you all dialed in soon!